JAKARTA, July 15 (Reuters) - Draped in national flags and red soccer uniforms, three busloads of irate Indonesian fans vented their fury at the Asian Football Confederation on Sunday, alleging biased refereeing led to a 2-1 defeat to Saudi Arabia.
The fans, many of whom had travelled hours by bus and train
on Saturday for the Group D game in Jakarta, carried banners
saying 'AFC Go To Hell!' and 'AFC Referee Unfair'.
They claimed referee Ali Al Badwawi from the UAE favoured
the Saudi Arabian side.