The CAF Champions League final second leg between ES Tunis and Wydad Casablanca will be replayed outside of Tunisia after Saturday's (AEST) farcical encounter in Rades was cut short.
ES Tunis was crowned CAF Champions League winner for the second straight year after a farcical return leg against Wydad Casablanca was cut short.
Egyptian referee Gehad Grisha has been suspended for six months after his "poor performance" in the first leg of the CAF Champions League final.
Cheick Comara's 79th-minute equaliser left the CAF Champions League decider poised ahead of the return leg on 31 May.
South African champion Mamelodi Sundowns have surprisingly missed out on the CAF Champions League last eight.
CAF Champions League: Wydad Casablanca v Zanaco