REVEALED: The stylish gesture of Dustin Martin after unleashing a nasty spray on the no-nonsense referee during last year’s AFL Grand Final
- ‘Razor’ Ray Chamberlain revealed Dustin Martin’s class act after a big final spray
- Martin shouted “for the sake of the razor” after a decision and picked up a 50-meter penalty
- Chamberlain revealed that Martin gave him a hug and apologized for his explosion
An AFL referee revealed Dustin Martin’s stylish gesture after destroying him during last year’s AFL Grand Final.
“Razor” Ray Chamberlain picked up a nasty spray from the Richmond superstar during the third quarter of the Tigers demolition of the GWS Giants in the 2019 decision round.
The seasoned referee punished Martin for holding the ball after turning around in a tackle on the attacker, before Martin informed him that he disagreed with his decision.
“Razor for heaven’s sake!” Martin screamed and asked Chamberlain to summon a 50-meter fine for abuse.
Dustin Martin gave umpire Ray Chamberlain a spray after a penalty in the 2019 AFL Grand Final
Chamberlain revealed the stylish gesture that Martin made afterwards to show his true colors
Chamberlain appeared in Melbourne SEN Radio on Wednesday, and revealed what Martin did next.
“I remember Dusty bouncing in the middle at the beginning of the last quarter and I started the last quarter,” Chamberlain said.
“We shared a hug and he says,” I’m really sorry, I just got mad, “and I said,” That’s OK, I do that sometimes. “
“They compete and it’s the big stage and it’s for a premiership and you expect them to be invested and that’s completely OK.”
The Tigers ran furiously over the unfortunate Giants in the game and crossed to an 89-point win, with Martin winning his second Norm Smith medal.
Martin famously left his car in the parking lot of the MCG member for 65 days after the victory.
Martin depicted with musician Bonnie Anderson and showbiz and sports agent Ralph Carr