Senegal have been disqualified from the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations after fan trouble that led to the abandonment of their final qualifying game with Ivory Coast on Saturday 13 October, in Dakar.
The match was called off after 74 minutes, with Ivory Coast leading 2-0 on the night and 6-2 on aggregate.
Trouble erupted after Didier Drogba scored his side's second goal from the penalty spot.
Missiles, stones, bottles and firecrackers were thrown on to the pitch by rioting Senegalese fans as the security forces used tear gas to disperse them.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced on Tuesday (October 16) that Senegal have been disqualified and Ivory Coast awarded the match 2-0; will qualify for the finals next year courtesy of a 6-2 aggregate win.
-CAF decided to officially confirm the result of the match as 2-0 in favour of Ivory Coast … and to consider Senegal the loser of the said match and eliminated from the competition without prejudice to any other sanctions that may be imposed by CAF disciplinary board, read a statement on CAF website.
-If the referee is forced to stop the match before the end of the regular time because of invasion of the field or aggression against the visiting team, the host team shall be considered loser and shall be eliminated from the competition, without prejudice to the sanctions existing in the regulations, it added.