Ticketless football fans were behind Sunday's stampede that left 19 people dead in Ivory Coast, officials say.
The government is to hold an emergency meeting over the tragedy which left 132 people injured at the Houphouet-Boigny stadium in the biggest city, Abidjan.
However, some supporters have said security forces sparked the stampede when they fired tear gas at crowds.
Casualties were treated at the stadium as the World Cup qualifier went ahead and hosts Ivory Coast beat Malawi 5-0.
Ivory Coast Prime Minister Guillaume Soro is holding a crisis meeting on Monday with ministers and football officials to discuss the tragedy.
World football's governing body has asked for a full report into what caused the tragedy as it sent condolences to the victims.
Fifa President Sepp Blatter said: "I wish to express extreme sorrow and extend our condolences to the Ivorian football community and, most importantly, to family, friends and loved ones following the tragic deaths in Abidjan yesterday."
He told me he was going to support the Elephants, and he never came back
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