2021 AFCON qualifiers: Senegal referee to handle Ghana v Sudan clash

Author: Maurice Quansah
Referee Maguette Ndiaye is not new to handling matches involving Ghanaian sides

Maguette Ndiaye from Senegal has been appointed as the referee for Ghana’s 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against the Sudan.

The match comes off at the Cape Sports Stadium on Friday, March 27.

Ndiaye will be assisted on the lines by compatriots El Hadji Malick Samba (Assistant 1), Serigne Cheikh Toure (Assistant 2) and Daouda Gueye (fourth official).

Sanusi Mohammed from Nigeria will be the Match Commissioner.

Referee Ndiaye is not new to handling matches involving Ghanaian sides. Three years ago he handled Ghana's opening 2019 AFCON group qualifier against Ethiopia in Kumasi, having earlier officiated in the CAF Confederation Cup group clash between Medeama and Algerian side, M.O. Bejaia, in a CAF Confederation Cup clash in Bejaia in 2016.