World Cup – lioness of Cameroon accused FIFA of racism
The Lioness of Cameroon has accused FIFA officials of racism after VAR rules out their goal at the Women’s World cup in France.
The Players refused to restart the game stalling the match for three minutes without being punished by the officials.
FIFA officials had to hold talks with them before they were seen back on the pitch, visibly in tears and angry over the VAR decisions.
Today, England will be facing Norway after beating Cameroon 3-0 at the knockout stage today in Valenciennes, France.
The first goal against Cameroon came after the Goalkeeper Annette Ngo Ndom’s got a back-pass right in the penalty area; however, Steph Houghton indirect free-kick put England in an early lead 14th minute.
There was a pause after Ellen white scored the second goal for England as the assistant referee initially had the flag up for an offside. After checking the VAR, the goal was awarded.
Shortly after that, half time whistle was blown, Cameroon players were allegedly seen crying in the tunnel during the break
Three minutes after the second half return, Ajara Nchout of Cameroon put the ball at the back of England’s net. However, after checking the VAR, the goal was canceled as it was deemed an offside.
The third goal for England came in the 58th minute by Toni Duggan netting the ball after receiving a corner kick from Alex Greenwood.