The decisive meeting between the second and third group L, which was scheduled to be held in March and postponed due to health issues, will be held behind closed doors in Conakry on Monday.
The match between Sierra Leone and Benin was originally scheduled to take place on Monday, June 14 and included in the 2022 African Cup of Nations (CAN) qualifying round, but after another last-minute rebound related to the Covid test, it has been Postponed to Tuesday. 19. The Benin Federation announced in the evening that the game will be played at 4pm GMT on Tuesday.
Originally scheduled to take place in March and has been postponed after similar chaos, the decisive meeting between the second and third groups of the CAN 2022 qualifier L will be held behind closed doors in Conakry, Guinea on Monday.
But officials said that the start of the game was initially delayed, and again confusingly, six players from Sierra Leone and two management members tested positive for the coronavirus shortly before kick-off. Correspondent.
The match commissioner Ghana Monqueira Nasam Adam negotiated and agreed with the African Football Association (CAF) and announced the postponement of the match. The new anti-coronavirus test is scheduled for Monday night with the new medical team and the new laboratory. The results of these tests are expected before noon on Tuesday.
In Sierra Leone in March, after 5 positive cases were announced at the last minute under unknown circumstances, the game did not take place. “squirrel” From Benin. The Beninese conducted a negative test on everyone before the trip.