The match between Guinea and Morocco counting for the second day of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, originally scheduled for Monday 6, will no longer take place on that date. The match has just been "postponed by FIFA and CAF", we can read in a statement of the body that manages African football.
"The current political and security situation in Guinea is very volatile and is closely monitored by FIFA and CAF," CAF said in response to the coup attempt that took place this morning in Guinea. Thus, in order to "ensure the security and safety of the players and to protect all the officials of the match between Guinea and Morocco", the two authorities decided to postpone the match to a later date. CAF said in the document that information on the rescheduling will be communicated.