The Ghana-Liberia friendly is unlikely to gain FIFA recognition after the referee shortened the duration of Tuesday’s game.
Liberian referee Jerry Yekeh played just forty minutes of the first half of the game which was delayed for over one hour.
According to FIFA rules, matches must be played in two halves of at least 45 minutes each.
But with the match not played to its full duration FIFA is unlikely to allow the result to be considered in its monthly ranking system.
Wins in friendly matches normally attract one point in the FIFA monthly ranking system.
It is not known why referee Yekeh reduced the duration of the game which led to protests by some of the Ghana players at half time.
The Black Stars were trailing 2-0 at half time in the game being played in Monrovia to mark Liberia’s Independence.