Because of the “improper movement” … the Bahraini player was punished in the Persian Gulf 25
The Gulf Football Association’s Disciplinary Committee announced on Tuesday that Bahrain’s striker Mahdi Al-Humaidan had been fined for his “inadequate movement” after the standoff between Bahrain and Oman ended in Gulf 25.
And the Disciplinary Committee issued a statement saying, “Bahrain national team player Mahdi Faisal Al Humaidan has been suspended for three matches and fined QAR 8,000 for improper movement after the end of the match between Oman and Bahrain in the Zain Gulf 25 semi-finals.”
The Disciplinary Committee stated that the decision to punish: “Based on Article No. (61) paragraph 2 of the Gulf Cup Federation Disciplinary Regulations.”
The disciplinary committee decided on the championship #Bay25 Bahrain national team player Mahdi Faisal Al Humaidan was suspended and fined QAR 8,000 for blaming the referee in his country’s match against #Sultanate of Oman In the semi-finals of the tournament #Adel _ Al-Naqbi bribery.#Aumman_Albaakhuri#Bahrain_Omanhttps://t.co/XF5Xz0skZE
– # Hala_Qatar (@hlaqatar) January 17, 2023
29-year-old Bahraini striker Mahdi Al-Humaydan caused a stir by protesting the result of the match between his country and Oman.
The Bahrain national team failed to reach the final of the Persian Gulf Cup, losing in the semi-finals to Oman with a score of 1:0.
And in 2019, the Bahrainis Reds won the Persian Gulf title for the first time in their history at the expense of the Saudi Arabian team.