Tiger Fight, October 4th. Recently, Perspolis player Al Kashir, Iran, was severely fined by the AFC for making discriminatory gestures during a match. He will be banned from participating in various football matches for up to six month.
On the evening of September 30th, in the quarter-finals of the AFC Champions League (West Asia), Perspolis eliminated the Cotton Farmers 2-0. Al Cahill scored 2 goals for Perspolis in the game, helping the team successfully advance to the semi-finals.
9月30日晚，在亚冠联赛（西亚）的八强中，波亚愽网斯波利斯2-0淘汰了棉花农。 Al Cahill在比赛中为波斯波利斯攻入2球，帮助球队成功晋级半决赛。
However, after scoring the first goal for the team in the 49th minute of the match, Al Cahill made a very inappropriate gesture. The AFC Disciplinary and Ethics Committee combined the image data of the game and the report of the official (including referees) on duty, and finally determined that his gesture was obviously discriminatory. Al Qahir will be banned from participating in any football-related activities for six months, including various domestic football matches, international football friendly matches and official matches in Iran
Although Al Kashir later claimed that his brother had smaller eyes and made this gesture to dedicate the goal to his brother, the AFC apparently did not accept his explanation.