Senegal request that Fifa reexamine newly reasonable play administering

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Senegal's Football Federation (FSF) has requested that Fifa overhaul its new reasonable play administering which brought about the Africans' Reality Glass exit on Thursday.

Sane and Sakho
Salif Sane and Sahko after their defeat to Columbia
Japan and Senegal finished level on points, goals scored and goal difference, the Africans became the first team to exit a World Cup because of their disciplinary record.
Knowing the situation, Japan - for whom extra bookings could have resulted in elimination - played out the final 10 minutes of their game against Poland at walking pace despite trailing 1-0.
"In future, Fifa should penalize a team that plays that way," said an FSF official.
"Fifa has adopted a new system but does the fair play rule solve all the problems? After the game, nothing happened to either Japan or Poland.
"There should be some means of penalizing players, coaches or teams for such an attitude," the official told BBC Sport.
The FSF says it is not seeking World Cup reinstatement but merely hopes that teams will not suffer in the same way as the 2002 World Cup quarter-finalists did when exiting the competition in Samara.
The Senegalese sent two letters to Fifa on Friday, one of which addressed the fair play criteria while the other complained about the standard of officiating in Senegal's 1-0 defeat by Colombia.
"The federation believes that Japan literally refused to play when it learned that Colombia had just scored a goal against Senegal, a refusal to play that suited Japan but which is contrary to the principles governing football," the letter stated.
"The federation is all the more shocked that the Japan coach did not deny the facts. In the post-match press conference, the latter even confirmed he had made the decision to manipulate the result by keeping the score at 1-0."
"The Senegalese Football Federation deplores the lack of fair play this Japanese team has shown. It challenges Fifa on the notion of ranking the number of cards which loses its meaning and interest when the team lacking fair play is not worried by any penalty.
Poland v JapanPoland v JapanPoland v JapanJapan took the sprinters up the spot in Gathering H in light of the fact that the Asian side got four yellow cards as opposed to Senegal's six. 

On the off chance that groups complete level on focuses after the three gathering diversions, positions are controlled by objective contrast, at that point objectives scored, no holds barred record and reasonable play record. 

On the off chance that regardless they can't be isolated, the situation in the gathering is chosen by the illustration of parcels - a situation Fifa says it particularly attempted to maintain a strategic distance from while presenting the new governing in 2015. 

"This is the first occasion when we've utilized it at a World Glass, so we will survey it. Be that as it may, as things stand, we don't perceive any need to transform it," Fifa chief of rivalries Colin Smith said on Friday. 

The jam in Volgograd booed and shrieked as both the Japanese, dreading further appointments or surrendering an objective that would have tipped capability Senegal's way, and the Shafts, substance to win their first diversion in Russia, attempted to score. 

Japan mentor Akira Nishino said "it was an extremely intense choice" to receive the strategies, while the conclusion to the match was portrayed by analysts as "humiliating" and "an outright sham". 

The scenes were reminiscent of West Germany's notorious 1-0 prevail upon Austria in 1982, which ended up known as the 'Disrespect of Gijon', after the two groups embraced comparative strategies to design Algeria's Reality Container end. 

Following that choice, the gathering stages were changed with the goal that matches completed in the meantime. 

The BBC has solicited Fifa to affirm receipt from the FSF's letter yet still can't seem to hear back.

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