Sports JO-2020 / Boxing: Murad Aliyev disqualified mistakenly speaks of "scandal"

11:53  01 august  2021
11:53  01 august  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Azerbaijani boxer Murad Aliyev , representing France, has been disqualified at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics. Axar.az reports that the athlete in the weight category over 91 kg lost in the quarterfinals to the representative of Great Britain Fraser Clark. In the first round, 3 referees said Aliyev and 2 Clark won. In the second half, Clark's eyebrows were opened. The chief judge called both boxers to the center and said that Aliyev had injured his opponent's head. The boxer protested and hit the ground. Aliyev even pushed the camera in the end.

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Mourad Aliev abasourdi après sa disqualification en quart de finale des JO de Tokyo, le 1er août 2021 © Luis Robayo Murad Aliyev stunned after his disqualification in the quarter-finals of the Tokyo Olympics, on 1 August 2021

The Murad Aliyev boxer eliminated Tokyo Olympics on disqualification of the arbitrator in the 91 kg + Sunday denounced the "scandalous" after the tournament supervisor acknowledged "a refereeing error," the french clan.

"They recognize they made a mistake but as it says they can not reverse the decision. It's a scandal," Aliyev denounced on France Télévisions.

"There is no remedy," said John Dovi, the national technical director of boxing. "The supervisor attests to a refereeing error, he said that there is no error on the part of Mourad but they can not do anything."

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Since the announcement of the decision in the ring, Aliyev denounced injustice.

"It's unfair, everyone saw I won," yelled Aliyev, still in the ring while the referee had just mean his disqualification for a head blow to his opponent Briton Frazer Clarke.

Incredulous and angry, Aliyev, who seemed to dominate the fight after a first round winner gave three judges to two, then circled the ring, going to see his opponent to say "it's me who won."

During the fight, Clarke had to be treated twice left eyebrow and it was after the second treatment the referee, gathering the boxers, has signified its decision.

Following the formalization of the result by the speakeur, the French then made the sign + no + with his fingers in front of cameras.

Sitting still on the edge of the ring a few minutes after the decision, Aliyev and his clan did not seem to believe it.

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"It's not possible, I have won, everyone saw it," he continued to repeat.

"We tried to do a sit-in," said John Dovi. "It came to nothing, limit they had to call the police to dislodge us, so we will leave and we go home," he added.

"It's like having convicted an innocent knowing he was innocent," said Aliyev, very disappointed. "We're talking about Olympic values, but they are not met, I go empty-handed when it was fighting for the medal," he lamented.

Eliminating Aliyev marks the end of medal hopes for France in boxing in Tokyo, with over tricolor no representative is in contention.

boxing great purveyor of medals in Rio in 2016 (six medals, two titles), will be starting the Tokyo Games without any reward. Fbr



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