Ghana's Sulley Muntari (L) escorts a pitch invader from the field during their 2014 World Cup Group G match against Germany at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza June 21, 2014. (REUTERS/Marcelo Del Pozo)
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The man who invaded the pitch during the Germany-Ghana match at the World Cup was a neo-Nazi sympathizer, according to a report that will be delivered to FIFA Monday.Fare's report will also refer to fans wearing blackface makeup at the match in Fortaleza with no intervention by stadium security, Powar said.Powar suggested that monitors could have helped intervene with the men, appearing to be Germany fans, who were photographed inside the stadium with blackened faces.FIFA is investigating a possible racial discrimination case after the images circulated on social media networks.FIFA holds national football federations responsible for their fans' behavior inside stadiums.FIFA opened a disciplinary case for improper conduct against the Mexican federation.
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