The Ghana Football Association has asked the Federation of International Football Association [Fifa] to consider replaying their World Cup qualifier against Uganda, which ended 0-0 on Saturday.
They have lodged a protest about the performance of the referee and his two assistants.
Ghana had a 93rd minute goal controversially disallowed.
Uganda Cranes and Ghana Black Stars played to a goal-less draw during their FIFA 2018 World Cup group E qualifier played at the Mandela National Stadium, Namboole making it a second non-scoring draw in the current World Cup qualification campaign after the goal-less stalemate in Kumasi on match day one.
It was a game of missed opportunities for the two countries played under sunny conditions before a partisan crowd.
Derrick Nsibambi, Faruku Miya and Emmanuel Okwi got close for the home side.
Ghana on the other hand, missed scoring chances by Richmond Yiadom, Daniel Amartey and second half substitute Raphael Dinamena.
Ghana Black Stars earned their 6th point of the campaign and Uganda Cranes accumulate 8 points.
Meanwhile, Egypt will take on Congo Brazzaville in Alexandria on Sunday.
Uganda Cranes’ next and final game of the campaign will be away to Congo Brazzaville on 6th November 2017.
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