Sudan manager Hubert Velud falls over when pushed by assistant referee during 2-0 defeat to Ghana in Africa Cup of Nations qualifier
(Image: Twitter/Usher Komugisha)

VIDEO: Sudan manager takes tumble when assistant referee shoves him during defeat to Ghana

Hubert Velud hits the turf.

A shocking incident at the Cape Coast Stadium where the Black Stars 🇬🇭 are leading Sudan 🇸🇩 1-0 at half time.

The assistant referee seems to push Sudan coach Hubert Velud who topples over to the ground. 👀

Scenes. #AFCON2021Q https://t.co/Fop9YWxduC

— Usher Komugisha (@UsherKomugisha) November 12, 2020

Sudan manager Hubert Velud hit the turf when an assistant referee gave him a shove during an Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match in Ghana.

Two goals from captain André Ayew gave the Ghanaians a 2-0 win at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium in Thursday’s Group C game.

Ghana won due to poor officiating – Sudan coach Hubert Velud https://t.co/yn5L8JBldx pic.twitter.com/hju40YgBqy

— Ghana Guardian (@ghanaguardian1) November 13, 2020

And there was a noteworthy kerfuffle late in the first half as the Sudanese side’s boss squared up to a linesman.

The contact looked to be light, but French former goalkeeper Velud fell over exaggeratedly and even rolled over before looking up accusingly.

Ghana lie top of the group with three wins out of three, with Sudan in third place.