Richmond carlton afl triple m with marto margaux and dan

‘Not One Fan Was Happy’: Marto’s Call To Stop AFL Draws Following Richmond and Carlton Game

The first game of the AFL season kicked off last night, with Richmond and Carlton going head-to-head, only to leave 90,000 spectators in the MCG dissatisfied as the game ended in a late heart-wrenching draw.

With less than a minute on the clock, Carlton had a six-point advantage over Richmond, until Tom Lynch snatched his sixth mark and slotted kicked his third goal, ending in a draw.

“Not one player was happy, not one fan was happy. Everyone was so disappointed,” said Marto from The Triple M Breakfast with Marto, Margaux & Dan.

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Marto was enraged to why there are no tie-breakers in regular season AFL matches, but only in final games. Marto shared his brilliant ruling he’d like to see implemented so people aren’t disappointed again.


Catch up with more Triple M Breakfast with Marto, Margaux and Dan below: