Senegal have been banned from the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations after their fans incited a riot that saw their match against Cote d'Ivoire abandoned on Saturday.
With the Elephants 2-0 up in the match, and winning 6-2 on aggregate, the home fans began throwing various missiles including stones, bottles and firecrackers onto the playing surface in Dakar before the referee took the players off the field after 74 minutes.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has made the decision to officially confirm the 2-0 scoreline as the final result, though this may not be the end of the sanctions imposed on the 2002 World Cup quarter-finalists.
The decision means Cote d'Ivoire will join hosts South Africa, Zambia and Ghana in Pot One for the competition, which begins in January and runs for just over three weeks.
Pot Two is occupied by Mali, Tunisia, Angola and Nigeria whilst Algeria, Burkina Faso, Morocco and Niger are in Pot Three.
Ethiopia, who have reached the tournament for the first time in 31 years, will be alongside Togo, Cape Verde and DR Congo in Pot Four. The draw takes place in Durban on the October 24.