South Africa national team coach Hugo Broos insists Referee Ndiaye was not in control of the game on Sunday.
The Black Stars defeated the Bafana Bafana by a lone goal to book a place in the next round of the 2022 world cup qualifiers and the Belgian tactician believe the knight of the whistle aided the four -time African champions.
“I couldn’t see it. I just saw Daniel Amartey go down. He went down many times during the game, but I didn’t see the incident. But I saw my players were surprised.” He stated
“I congratulate Ghana but I congratulate my boys also because we played against a very aggressive opponent which the referee allowed,”
“I am very disappointed in the result but I’m proud of my players. But I have to say, the referee today allowed Ghana to be too aggressive.”
“I have nothing against aggressive play but it has to be legal aggression.”He added.
A 33rd minute penalty by Ghana skipper Andre Ayew settled the epic encounter at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.