Football's World governing body FIFA has launched an investigation into a possible match-fixing case against six-match officials in relation to two International friendlies played in February.

The matches in question both took place in a neutral venue at Turkey's international resort - Antalya where Latvia beat Bolivia 2-1 and Bulgaria drew 2-2 against Estonia. Suspicions of match fixing arose as all the seven goals came from penalties. Unusual betting paterns also perked the attention of the authorities and it is alleged that both games were officiated by the same team of Hungarian match officials. 

Fifa said in a statement, Proceedings were opened following an evaluation of all documentation and information received by Fifa, in relation to a possible match-fixing situation in these matches.

The Fifa Disciplinary Committee will be in charge to deal with the matter.

At the time, a spokesman for the Estonian Football Association, Mihkel Uiboleht, admitted that they were concerned about the matches beforehand.

He said, The friendly was organised by an agency with whom we will not work any more. We received information of possible manipulation even before the game as the same agency also organised the match between Latvia and Bolivia and there was the same scenario there.