Women’s basketball World Cup footage shows Mali players fighting

Basketball’s world governing body has opened an examination after players in the Mali womesn’s team were recorded actually battling each other following their World Cup misfortune to Serbia in Sydney.

The fight between Salimatou Kourouma and Kamite Elisabeth Dabou broke out during a post-coordinate meeting with Serbia’s Sasa Cado in the blended zone and was caught by a Serbian news camera.

Kourouma is contracted with Stade Malien, an expert group situated in Mali’s capital city Bamako, while Dabou plays for Center Dorinthie Bin.

A Fiba representative affirmed it knew about the episode.

“FIBA recognized today that there was a squabble between Mali players in the blended zone following the Gathering B game Serbia-Mali at the FIBA Ladies’ Ball World Cup 2022,” said a proclamation gave to Watchman Australia.

“Following the episode, FIBA has opened an examination. When the examination is closed, FIBA will settle on any pertinent disciplinary measures.”

Mali qualified for their subsequent World Cup as a late swap for Nigeria, who pulled out refering to regulatory challenges around the game in their country.

The least positioned side at the competition at No 37 on the planet, Mali have lost their initial four rounds of the competition and are presently not in dispute for the knockout stage.

The Malians have been fairly serious in patches however a 118-58 misfortune to Australia was a depressed spot. They are still to play Gathering B co-pioneers Canada, who were undefeated until Monday late evening’s undeniably exhilarating three-direct loss toward the Opals.