Les Maliens ont hué les Lionnes

Elles ont vécu un calvaire, hier, dans la salle de basket du Palais des Sports Salamata Maïga de Bamako. Eh oui ! les Lionnes ont été conspuées par le public malien qui a pris fait et cause pour le Nigéria, lors de la finale de l’Afrobasket 2017 contre le Sunugaal. Bien que leur équipe a été battue par le Nigeria en demi-finale, samedi, le public malien a supporté et poussé le Nigeria et tout fait pour que le Sunugaal perde.
Certainement par jalousie d’une équipe du Sunugaal qui a remporté 12 fois le Championnat d’Afrique de basket féminin en 20 finales alors que le Mali n’a connu qu’un sacre, en 2007, à Ndakaaru, les Maliens n’ont pas fait le moindre cadeau aux filles de Tapha Gaye. Même lorsqu’elles se sont présentées pour recevoir leur médaille d’argent, c’est un concert de huées, porté par la chorale principale des supporters du Mali, qui a les accompagnées. Pour en finir avec les Lionnes, il faut noter que les désormais vice-championnes d’Afrique 2017 sont attendues à Ndakaaru ce lundi, à 17 heures 30 minutes à l’Aéroport International Léo Poète Senghor.

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