Indonesia wins gold in "Pencak Silat" Competition against Thailand in 26th SEA Games 2011 via controversial decision by the referee (watch the video replay)





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What a shame done by this referee allowing his unfair and dirty raising the hand of Indonesian athlete of Pencak Silat as Champion upon advancing gold?

Is this what we call SEA Games? Or unfair games? You can really felt the who's the real winner by watching the video replay of finals Pencak Silat Dian Kristanto (Indonesia) vs Anothai Choopeng (Thailand) where the world is eye-ing to this event.

Watch Pencak Silat Dian Kristanto (Indonesia) vs Anothai Choopeng (Thailand) Finals for Gold:



What a shame for an Indonesian athlete. He run to escape from the opponent, even bite the Thailand athlete's shoulder before Singaporean referee's eyes
and the referee chose the host's athlete as the winner. Is it a SEA Games or Unfair Games? The head of Singapore Silat Federation's wrote the apology to Thailand side as well as withdraw the referee from the SEA Games. Right after that, the singaporean team manager Sheik Alau’ddin Y Marican on behalf of the whole Singapore expressed his shame of Salam’s actions and submitted a written request to the SEA Games organising committee to ban Salam from refereeing in the competition and also sent a document of apologizing to Thai Pencak Silat Federation.


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