Almoez Ali is not eligible to play in Qatar.
One of the two Qatar players accused by UAE is Almoez Ali. The 22-year-old attacker is the best player in the tournament (8), including the goal of helping Qatar upset the UAE's 4-0 semi-finals. The other is Al Rawi's defender Bassam. The 21-year-old had the only goal in the penalty area to help Qatar win Iraq 1-0 in the eighth round.
UAE denies that two players are not eligible to play in the Qatar team. Accordingly, Ali was born in Sudan and Al Rawi was born in Iraq, not enough time to live in Qatar and has no close relationship with this country.
"The AFC has received a complaint from the UAE Football Federation about two Qatar players," said AFC statement. "This request will be reviewed based on AFC rules."
UAE was filed only two hours after defeat in Qatar. AFC for the UAE Football League 48 hours to provide evidence for two Qatar players, according to Abu Dhabi-based newspaper. Natonic.
Asian football journalist Scott McIntyre said some UAE colleagues have proven that their mother Ali and Al Rawi were not born in Qatar as previously confirmed.
When asked about UAE denouncing students, they are not qualified to play, Qatar coach Felix Sanchez refused to comment and said he was only interested in finals for half with Japan.
The actions of the United Arab Emirates were reacted by fans of the social network and said that the time for lodging a complaint was "strange". UAE can claim it earlier, but it's the right time for Qatar to win it.
UAE and Qatar are in a stressful period. The UAE reduced diplomatic relations with Qatar and blocked all borders with the country. In the last semifinal, UAE bought all the tickets to prevent Qatar fans from cheering. The host audience also left the ugly picture when he met each player for each time the opponent scored.