Tour de France 2020: 'Sprinters are crazy guys fighting for places,' says Primož Roglič after Peter Sagan relegated

The Slovakian shoved the yellow jersey's team-mate, Wout van Aert, in the sprint finish on stage 11

The sprint finish on stage 11 of the 2020 Tour de France (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)

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Race leader Primož Roglič says the relegation of Peter Sagan after his irregular on stage 11 of the Tour de France was the "right decision".

Sagan was stripped of his second-place finish and relegated to last place in the peloton after he shoved Roglič's Jumbo-Visma team-mate Wout van Aert in the rush for the line.

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