FIFA Picks UAE Officials For Nigeria Vs Mexico

FIFA Picks UAE Officials For Nigeria Vs Mexico

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The world football governing body, FIFA, have picked United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) Mohammed Mohamed for the crucial semi-final match between the Nigeria’s Golden Eaglets and Mexico.
Referee Mohamed will be assisted by his countrymen, Mohamed Alhammadu and Hasan Almahri, while Peru’s Diego Haro will be the reserved referee for the match.
Both sides have played three times at the Under-17 level with the Golden Eaglets winning two of the encounters.
The Golden Eaglets spanked Mexico 6-1 in the group phase of the 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup and also defeated the Mexicans 3-0 in the final of the tournament in the UAE.
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