The French Football Federation (FFF) will protest the cancellation of a goal by striker Antoine Griezmann in the third round of the group stage match of the World Cup 2022 with the national team of Tunisia (0-1). It is reported by Le Parisien.
National teams of France and Tunisia played on November 30. During the eighth minute of overtime the match, Griezmann sent a ball into the Tunisian net. Referee Matthew Conger allowed the goal and blew the final whistle. However, after a video review, he cancelled the goal and restarted the match.
The FFF said it had already filed a complaint to the International Football Federation (FIFA). The appeal concerns the improper use of the VAR, according to the French side.
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