Mali’s women’s basketball team has two defeats to end their winless streak at the Women’s World Cup.
According to footage captured in a player interview by Serbian media, one player tried to deal with a few haymakers before other teammates rushed out to break up the ugly situation.
FIBA, the International basketball The apex body has opened an investigation into the incident between footballers Salimattu Kuruma and Kamite Elisabeth Dabu.
Both players are averaging less than 10 points per game as the unfortunate Mali team has lost by an average of 30 points in their last four games.
Earlier in the tournament, Mali suffered a 60-point loss to Australia.
The African nation didn’t even have a chance to compete on the world stage in the first place, but was a latecomer to replace Nigeria, which had administrative issues.
Mali will finish the tournament against Canada on Tuesday.
If they win, it will be the country’s first World Cup victory since 2010, when the team went 1-4.
with post wires