The African Confederation of Football (CAF) has decided to appoint a new team of judges led by Victor Gomez to manage the Egyptian-Tunisian qualifying points for the 2019 AFC Cup Final in Cameroon.
The Egyptian team will host its Tunisian counterpart on November 16th in the fifth E Group qualifying tournament.
Egypt and Tunisia will qualify for 2019 for African countries, despite the results of the next two qualifications.
The African Union has appointed Algirdian Mustafa Gorbal to overcome the Egyptian and Tunisian confrontation (see here).
The referee team was replaced by the last South Africa to lead a confrontation and the crew comprised of:
Victor Gomez (judge), Zakhili Suela (first assistant), Johannes Moshidi (second assistant), Victor Helingwani fourth judge.
The Tunisian team won the Egyptian team for no first goal in the first round and took 3 points behind Egypt.
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