The official for Tunisia's Africa Cup of Nations last-eight annihilation has been banned for six months by the Confederation of African Football.
Tropical Guinea were recompensed a questionable punishment in stoppage time and they went ahead to beat Tunisia 2-1.
Tunisia staff faced the authority, Rajindraparsad Seechurn, after the match and their football organization has been fined $50,000 (£33,000).
Caf additionally needs a conciliatory sentiment from Tunisia for allegations of predisposition.
Tunisia have additionally been requested to pay for harms to an entryway and an icebox in the group's changing area at Bata Stadium.
Mauritian official Seechurn granted the punishment in stoppage time after Ali Maaloul was brutally controlled to have fouled Ivan Bolado when Tunisia were driving 1-0 and, in the wake of adjusting from the spot through Javier Balboa, has Equatorial Guinea went ahead to win 2-1 in additional time.
Seechurn has additionally been expelled from Caf's rundown of first class officials.
"The arbitrators advisory group noted with misgiving the poor execution of the official amid the match, including an inadmissible inability to keep up cool and guarantee legitimate control of the players amid the match," said a Caf explanation.
As per Caf, it was sent two letters by the Tunisian FA emulating the match, with the second requesting an examination and recommending that Caf and its authorities "were flawed and one-sided against Tunisia when all is said in done".
Unless Tunisia's football league can give "evident proof to substantiate the charges" they have to send a letter of statement of regret by midnight on 5 February or face removal from the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations.
Tunisia football boss Wadie Jary surrendered from Caf in challenge after the match and he was likewise "denounced" for his conduct in the wake of going ahead to the pitch to defy Seechurn, and also scrutinizing the arbitrator and African football's administering body.
Central Guinea were fined $5,000 (£3,300) for poor security at the stadium.