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Englishman Anthony Taylor appointed South Korea vs Ghana referee



English referee Anthony Taylor will make his 2022 Fifa World Cup debut when South Korea and Ghana face off on Monday, November 28.

This second Group H game will be played at Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan at 13:00 GMT.

Taylor, 44, started officiating in the Premier League in 2010 and became Fifa-listed three years later.

Getting him ready for a first-time experience on football’s biggest stage – the Mundial, Taylor’s notable games have come through taking charge of the European Super Cup, Nations League final, FA Cup final, EFL Cup final, English Community Shield, Euro 2020 and Championship play-off final over the period.

Anthony Taylor will be joined by his regular assistants Gary Beswick (Line 1) and Adam Nunn (Line 2).

Beswick and Nunn have been part of Taylor’s refereeing team for the past five years, with the trio officiating the 2020 FA Cup Final and several matches at last summer’s European Championships.

The English trio have been teaming up for several matches over five years

Kevin Ortega from Peru will be the Fourth Official.

Below is the full list of appointed match officials for South Korea vs Ghana:

Referee: Anthony Taylor (ENG)

Assistant Referee 1: Gary Beswick (ENG)

Assistant Referee 2: Adam Nunn (ENG)

Fourth Official: Kevin Ortega (PER)

Reserve Assistant Referee: Michael Orue (PER)

Video Assistant Referee: Tomasz Kwiatkowski (POL)
Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Alejandro José Hernandez Hernandez (ESP)

Offside Video Assistant Referee: Kyle Atkins (USA)

Support Video Assistant Referee: Ricardo De Burgos (ESP)

Standby Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Corey Parker (USA)

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