Guinea-Bissau’s 2022 World Cup qualifier game against Morocco is in doubt as multiple reports suggest that the 25-man squad and some technical staff for the game have suffered from diarrhoea.
The Football Federation of Guinea-Bissau 🇬🇼 has reported that 25 players and some technical staff suffered diarrhoea last night after their dinner and were taken to the hospital ro receive intensive care.
They play Morocco 🇲🇦 this evening in the #FIFAWC2022Q. pic.twitter.com/4aLUwTWZzb
— Africa Soccer Zone (@AfricaSoccer_zn) October 6, 2021
The players and staff of Guinea-Bissau incurred this predicament after dinner last night, ahead of their crucial game against Morocco.
The affected players, making up the entire squad named for the game, are currently receiving treatment in a hospital in the Moroccan capital.
CAF are yet to release an official statement on the current development and whether the game will take place as earlier scheduled.