Hugo Bruce, coach of the South African national team, expressed his dissatisfaction with the lack of technology VAR In the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, which is scheduled to be held in Qatar, against the backdrop of canceling the goal scored by Percy Tau, the boy’s star and the newcomer in Al-Ahly, during the Ghana match yesterday.
Percy Tau, Al-Ahly’s new player, scored a goal for his country against Ghana, in the second round of the African qualifiers for the World Cup 2022, in the 37th minute with a header in the goal of the Black Stars, but the referee of the flag canceled it for infiltration.
Bruce said in an interview with the newspaper “The South African” does not know the reason for the absence of video technology in such matches, noting that television replays proved the correctness of Percy Tau’s goal.
The South African coach added: “It was very likely that this goal was decisive in the result of the match, so imagine, for example, that the result ended in a 0-0 draw and we did not win.”“.
Bruce concluded his statements: “The idea of using video technology must be reconsidered so that everyone feels comfortable.”
The South African team, led by Percy Tau, snatched a fatal victory from Ghana, 1-0, during the meeting that brought the two teams together yesterday evening, Monday, in the second round of African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Tao participated in the starting lineup of the match until the 77th minute, and the new Al-Ahly player scored a goal for his country in the first half, in the 37th minute, with a header against the Black Stars, but the referee canceled it for offside..
With this result, South Africa leads its group with 4 points, while Ghana’s balance stops at 3 points in second place in the group.
The South African team had tied with Zimbabwe without goals, in the first round of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar..
South Africa is competing in Group G of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, with Ghana, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia, respectively.