South African top journalist Lorenz Köhler has hinted Fifa intentions to investigate the penalty awarded against South Africa in a crucial decider.
The Black Stars needed to secure at least a win to get the into the two legged knockout stage of Africa's format in getting a nod to Qatar World Cup.
A penalty that was awarded to Ghana Black Stars left the whole of South Africa in a state of discontent with the referee's decision.
Making the South African football executives file a complaint to Fifa.
Below is how the journalist spelt it out by tagging Ghana's goal as dubious.
This is what Lorenz Köhler posted:
FIFA has confirmed they will investigate the Bafana Bafana vs Ghana game after receiving the official complaint from Safa.
The match ended 1-0 after a dubious penalty was netted by captain Andre Ayew on Sunday.
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