Mourad Daami

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Mourad Daami (Arabic: مراد الدعمي; born August 15, 1962) in Monastir is a retired Tunisian football referee. He is known for supervising one match during the 2002 FIFA World Cup co hosted by South Korea and Japan.[1] However, he made a blatant error, when he failed to spot a Nigeria penalty cross the line in the shoot out of the 2000 African Cup of Nations final against Cameroon. It spread riots as it helped Cameroon win 4-3.

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