Egyptian Referee Amin to handle Zimbabwe and Ghana World Cup qualifier


The Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) has appointed Egyptian Referee Mohammed Amin takes charge of Zimbabwe and Ghana World Cup qualifier in Harare, Zimbabwe.

Amin Mohamed Omar became a FIFA referee in 2017 having made his first appearance as a FIFA referee in the Egyptian Premier League in 2013.

In 2019, he was selected to officiate at the 2019 FIFA Under-17 World Cup in Brazil.

The 36-year old would be assisted by compatriots Ahmed Kamel Ahmed Abouelregal Mahmoud (Assistant I), Hosam Eldin Taha Ibrahim Ahmed (Assistant II) and Hassan Elghandour Ahmed (Fourth official).

Damoo Jason Joseph from Seychelles has also been appointed as the Referee Assessor while Shilunga Erastus from Namibia serves as the Match Commissioner.

Dr. Shagonda Edward from Zimbabwe would work as Medical Officer (COVID-19 Officer).

The Group G encounter is scheduled for the National Sports Stadium in Harare on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, at 1500Hrs.

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