FIFA on Friday dismissed an endeavor by Chile and Peru to have Ecuador tossed out of the World Cup, where they will play the initial match against Qatar.
The grievance based on Byron Castillo, a protector who played in eight of Ecuador’s qualifiers for the World Cup.
The Chilean football alliance (FFCh) said there was proof that Castillo was brought into the world in Colombia in July 1995 and not in that frame of mind, in November 1998.
The FFCh alleged “utilization of a misrepresented birth testament, bogus statement old enough and misleading identity”.
Following a consultation on Thursday, FIFA’s Allure Board affirmed a previous decision by the Disciplinary Panel.
“Based on the reports introduced, the player was to be considered as holding long-lasting Ecuadorian ethnicity,” FIFA said.
With a little more than nine weeks until the initial game on November 20, Chile or Peru can in any case engage the Court of Mediation for Game.
Ecuador completed fourth in South American World Cup fitting the bill to get the last programmed territorial compartment.
They have been drawn against Qatar, Netherlands and Senegal at the finals.
Peru completed fifth and lost a season finisher to Australia.
Chile wound up seventh, five focuses behind Ecuador. Castillo showed up in both matches between the two nations — a success for Ecuador and a draw.