FREETOWN (Reuters) – The Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) has launched an investigation into two first division matches that completed with scorelines of 91-1 and 95-0, describing them as impractical outcomes.
The West African nation’s soccer governing physique mentioned it was investigating officers and gamers who have been concerned within the two fixtures, by which Gulf FC defeated Koquima Lebanon 91-1 and Lumbenbu United have been crushed 95-0 by Kahula Rangers.
The SLFA mentioned it had zero tolerance for match manipulation or something of the type.
“The basic public is due to this fact assured that the mentioned matter might be totally investigated and anybody discovered culpable will face the complete pressure of the regulation,” it mentioned in a press release.
If confirmed, the 2 scorelines would rank among the many highest recorded in soccer historical past.
The highest is assumed to have occurred in Madagascar in 2002 when AS Adema beat SO l’Emyrne 149-0. The SO l’Emyrne gamers deliberately scored one personal objective after one other in protest over refereeing selections with which they disagreed.
(Reporting by Umaru Fofana; Writing by Estelle Shirbon; Editing by Clare Fallon)