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CHEATED PHOTO: Cheaters going viral as jersey number 5, Alhashmi Hussein, rolled back ball in from crossed line for jersey no 6, Yousef Aymen, to score a goal during India vs Qatar


Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Cheaters going viral as jersey number 5, Alhashmi Hussein, rolled back ball in from crossed line for jersey no 6, Yousef Aymen, to score a goal during India vs Qatar.


Indian football fans were left outraged after a controversial decision by the referee allowed an unfair goal from Qatar, which ultimately ended India’s campaign in the FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers. The fans, taking to social media and other platforms, labelled the decision as ‘blatant cheating’ and accused the referee of robbing India of a chance to advance to the third round. Notably, India’s campaign in the qualifiers came to a disappointing end with a 2-1 defeat against Qatar at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium.


The All India Football Federation (AIFF) has filed an official complaint and demanded an investigation into the contentious goal granted to Qatar during their crucial World Cup qualifying match in Doha on Tuesday.

“The defeat against Qatar in the FIFA 2026 and AFC Asian Cup 2027 Preliminary Joint Qualification Round 2 concluding match on Tuesday night was a huge disappointment for the entire Indian football fraternity,” a statement by the AIFF said.

“While victory and defeat are a part and parcel of the game, and we have learned to accept it gracefully, one of the two goals scored against India yesterday night left a few questions unanswered,” the organisation went on to say. 

South Korean referee Kim Woo-Sung allowed the goal to stand despite the ball clearly going out of play. 

On course to a historic third-round spot in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers, Lallianzuala Chhangte gave India the lead in the 37th minute, hoping for his squad to become the second team to qualify from Group A.

Yet that would all change in the 73rd minute when Qatar’s Abdullah Al-Ahrak’s free-kick saw Yousef Aymen attempt a header that was initially saved by India’s goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu. 

As Sandhu lay on the ground, Qatar’s Al-Hashmi Al-Hussain kicked it back into play, before Aymen slotted the ball into the net.

Woo-Sung awarded the goal to Qatar despite Sandhu and several Indian footballers protesting vehemently that the ball went over the line. 

With no VAR, the goal was allowed to stand.

Critics of the match voiced that since the ball had visibly rolled out of play, the game should have stopped and then resumed with a corner kick, as Sandhu was the last player to come in contact with the ball before it crossed the line.


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