“We want to beat the odds,” said Walid Regragui at a pre-match press conference. Morocco, representing the African and Arab peoples, has the ambition to achieve a new feat this Saturday, December 10 when it will face Portugal in the quarter-finals of the 2022 World Cup.
The Morocco-Portugal match is scheduled for this Saturday, December 10 at 4 p.m. at the Al-Thumama stadium and will be broadcast by the Arriyadia TNT channel. It will also be broadcast by TF1 and beIN SPORTS France and beIN SPORTS MENA.
Morocco have already caused a knockout round surprise by beating Spain on penalties to advance to the quarter-finals for the first time in their history, but Walid Regragui’s men will need to replicate their heroism if they want overtake a reinvigorated Portugal.
Continuing its brilliant course at the World Cup, Morocco will be opposed in the quarter-finals to Portugal, which won against Switzerland in the round of 16 with a wide score of 6 goals to one.
Building on their resounding success against La Roja and an iron will to move forward serenely in the competition, Walid Regragui’s men will approach the quarterfinals with the same positive state of mind and the desire to make everyone’s dream come true. a people, but also to consecrate the influence of Moroccan football at the Arab and African levels.
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The Moroccans have the meanest defense in the competition, having conceded just one own goal so far. Despite having the toughest run to the last eight of any quarter-final, facing Croatia, Belgium and 2010 World Cup champions Spain. Only Argentina conceded fewer shots than the Lions. ‘Atlas.
The Moroccan selection is driven by a strong desire to take up this new challenge against a tough opponent who has several talented and experienced players at the highest level. She will thus have the opportunity to pursue her dream, thanks to players who have played in previous meetings with an unrivaled fighting spirit and a will to win that commands admiration.
The Moroccan team will be opposed to their Portuguese counterpart in a duel at the top, after the heroic meeting against Spain, with a strong desire to win despite injuries among the players, in particular Noussair Mazraoui, Naif Aguerd, Achraf Hakimi, Sofiane Boufal, Sofyan Amrabat, and Ghanem Saïss.
The medical staff also makes considerable efforts to allow injured players to be fit for the match against Portugal and to avoid unpleasant surprises before the match.
By leading the Atlas Lions to the quarter-finals of the Qatari World Cup, Walid Regragui has written a new page in the history of national football and he is now in search of a new historic feat on an Arab and African scale. .