More On: Mali women basketball
Mali's women's basketball team hasn't won a game so far in the women's World Cup. On Monday, two players got into a fight after they lost again.
After the team lost 81-68 to Serbia, there was a short fight in the media area, which was caught on camera. The fight was shown online and on social media.
During a player interview, Serbian media caught footage of one player trying to land a few "haymakers" before other teammates rushed in to break up the ugly situation.
The international basketball organization FIBA is looking into what happened between Salimatou Kourouma and Kamite Elisabeth Dabou.
Both players score less than 10 points per game on average, and the terrible Mali team has lost all four games by an average of 30 points.
Australia beat Mali by an amazing 60 points early on in the tournament.
The African country didn't even have a chance to compete on the world stage at first. Nigeria had administrative problems, so the country was added as a replacement.
Mali's last game is Tuesday, when they play Canada.
If they win, it will be the country's first World Cup win since 2010, when the team went 1-4 and didn't make it to the finals.