Monday, September 26, 2022

FIBA starts investigation after Mali players fight among themselves after World Cup defeat. CBC Sports

FIBA has opened an investigation into a dispute between two Mali players in the mixed field following their team’s loss to Serbia in the Women’s World Cup on Monday.

The scuffle between Salimatou Kourouma and Kamite Elisabeth Dabou occurred when they were passing through the postgame media area and was caught on film by the Serbian media.

Kourouma, averaging 5.3 points, threw a few punches at Dabou before his Mali teammates jumped in to break him. Dabboo averages 3.8 marks.

Mali qualified for the World Cup as a late replacement for Nigeria, which had administrative issues. The African nation has lagged 0-4 in the World Cup at an average of 30 points.

Mali finished their tournament on Tuesday against Canada, trying to win the country’s first World Cup game since 2010, when the team was leading 1-4.

Canada suffered their first defeat of the tournament on Monday against hosts Australia after victories over Serbia, France and Japan.

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