Rwandan referee Salima Mukansanga makes history in Qatar
Rwandan referee Salima Mukansanga made history as the first African woman to officiate a men’s World Cup game when defending champions France defeated Australia 4-1 in the Group D opener on Tuesday, November 22, at Al Janoub Stadium in Al-Wakrah, Qatar.
Mukansaga, 34, served as the fourth official in the match where Victor Gomes, a South African referee served as the game’s center official and was assisted by fellow countrymen Zakhele Siwela and Lesothian Souru Phatsoane, as the game’s third officials.
She is one of three female referees chosen for a men’s FIFA World Cup for the first time, along with French Stephanie Frappart and Japanese Yamashita Yoshimi.
After officiating the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon in January, the Rusizi-born referee had one more major tournament to call: the World Cup.
The game saw defending champions France, begin their title defense with a convincing victory over Australia thanks to goals from Olivier Giroud who scored twice to surpass Thierry Henry as the team’s all-time leading scorer, Adrien Rabiot, and Kylian Mbappe.
Women referees have been selected to officiate at the FIFA men’s World Cup for the first time in the event’s history.
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