Anas questions referee’s decision not to award Nigeria a penalty in their lost to Argentina

There was more drama in the World Cup on Tuesday in Group D where Nigeria lost 2-1 to Argentina during their final game at the 2018 World Cup against Russia.

Nigeria was in pole position to progress, while Iceland and Argentina both needed victories to keep their hopes alive.

Croatia had already qualified to go into the final game of the group, but who joined them in the last-16 was unclear.

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Following the result, Argentina is through to the round of 16 and will be facing France on the 30th of June at 14:00 GMT.

Ghanaian investigative journalist who exposed the corrupt activities of the Ghana Football Association a few weeks ago in his number 12 documentary has questioned the match official for Nigeria v Argentina’s match when the scoreline was still 1-1.

On the 75th minutes, there was a call from Nigerian players for a penalty to be awarded to them but after the referee went to look at the VAR screen, he decided not to award the penalty and that has called for agitation from some football fans.

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Right after the game, Anas went to Twitter and quizzed if that ball was not a handball which requires a penalty to be awarded to Nigeria.

He tweeted;

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However, football fans also replied to his tweet.

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