Why is FIFA investigating the Bahrain vs Indonesia match? The result was inevitable. Bahrain is one of the better Asian teams, playing at home against a ramshackle Indonesia C team with nothing to play for. Once Bahrain had an early lead, with the Indonesian keeper sent off, the outcome was inevitable.
Soft penalties and cheap red cards are a common feature of football in the Gulf anyway.
If FIFA want to investigate something, choose the Iran vs Qatar game. Look at the hilariously bad defending of both teams on the goals, the extremely soft penalty given to Qatar. Iran were through anyway, Qatar needed only a draw. More potential for collusion there. And how many Qatar players were born in Qatar?
Oh but wait, Qatar are FIFA's friends, so that won't be happening soon. Anyway, the idea of FIFA investigating corruption is like the Ku Klux Klan investigating racism.
Peter Taylor might be the first coach to be sacked following a 10-0 win ;-)