FIFA has started an investigation after the end of the match after the match between Argentina and the Netherlands in the quarter-final stage of the ongoing football World Cup in Qatar over repeated incidents of bad behavior and clashes between players.

Soccer’s world governing body FIFA announced on Saturday that it had opened disciplinary proceedings against Argentina and the Netherlands after persistent match-fixing and player behavior marred the World Cup quarter-finals.

A statement issued by FIFA said that the charges against the Argentine Football Federation relate to misconduct by players and staff and order and security at matches, while the Dutch team also faces a conduct investigation.

It should be noted that in the quarter-final stage of the Football World Cup on Friday, Argentina was eliminated from the World Cup by defeating the Netherlands by four goals to three on penalties after a sensational match.

Several times during the match, the players of the two teams clashed and clashed, the players even clashed when a record 18 yellow cards were shown in the match due to this disorder.

Argentina captain Lionel Messi also attacked the referee after the match and he criticized the referee Antonio Mateo Lahoz and said that the referee failed to do his job properly in the most important match and FIFA should take action against him. .

Messi added, “I don’t want to talk about the referees, otherwise you will be penalized later, but people saw what happened.” The star footballer said that I think gambling FIFA should take care of it. Such a referee should not be placed in such a big match.

He said the referee cannot fail to do his job. Speaking about the result of the match, Messi said that there was a lot of happiness and relief, but the match should not have gone to penalty kicks.

Both teams scored 2-2 in the regular time while no goals were scored in the extra time. On penalties, Argentina won by two goals to the Netherlands’ one.

The first semi-final of FIFA World Cup 2022 will take place on Tuesday between Argentina and Croatia.

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