A World Cup qualifier between South Africa and Senegal will be replayed after the referee was found guilty of match-fixing.
Joseph Lamptey, the official from Ghana, awarded a penalty to South Africa for handball just before half-time with the score at 0-0.
Subsequent replays showed the ball clearly hit Senegal defender Kalidou Koulibaly on the knee.
Watch a video of the incident below:
The game in November last year finished in a 2-1 win for South Africa, a result which saw the Senegal Football Federation (FSF) make a complaint to Fifa.
The world governing body banned Lamptey for life in March for “unlawfully influencing match results”, a decision upheld by the Court of Arbitration for Sport this Wednesday.
"Today there are many reasons to be happy about this decision - a decision that will be remembered as being significant but will also warn everybody that they are being watched," FSF vice-president Abdoulaye Sow told the BBC after the initial decision in March.
"All cheating and stealing will be punished according to its gravity."
The qualifier between the two sides – currently third and fourth in their group – will be replayed in November.