Pharaohs of Egypt manager Carlos Quieroz has again ascribed his side opening loss to poor officiating.
Queiroz once again bemoaned the inability of the referee Bakary Gassama to award a penalty to the Pharaohs when it appears Moses Simon has fouled Zizo inside the box.
Speaking ahead of Guinea Bissau match during the presser, Queiroz said his side will make amends in the second game as he hopes that officiating will be fair.
“I apologize to Nigeria and Nigerians, the fact is the referee doesn’t the their job, VAR inclusive. It’s totally unfair.”
“The reality is the Egyptian needs to press. We lost because the referee did not do his job. Bad decision of the referee cost us the game, probably this won’t be the situation in our next game”.
He, however, commended the Super Eagles the high pressing game.
“It’s not the responsibility of Nigerians, they pressed. We will rise. Moving forward, winning the next”. He concluded.
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