- Morocco is the first Arab and African team to qualify for the World Cup semi-finals

Morocco is the first Arab and African team to qualify for the World Cup semi-finals


The Moroccan national football team continued to write history in the World Cup (Qatar 2022), after it managed to pass to the semi-finals for the first time in its history, after beating Portugal 1-0, in a match hosted by Al-Thumama Stadium.

International newspapers praised the qualification of the Moroccan national team to the semi-finals of the 2022 World Cup , which Qatar hosted from November 20 to December 18, for the first time on Arab soil.

The Moroccan national team defeated Portugal, 1-0, in the match that was held at Al-Thumama Stadium, in the quarter-final matches of the 2022 World Cup.

The Moroccan national team wrote its name in the history record and sparked a new resounding surprise by qualifying for the semi-finals of the FIFA World Cup, in an achievement that is the first of its kind for an Arab and African team, following its 1-0 victory over former European champions Portugal in the quarter-finals in Qatar.

Morocco's victories were met with great joy and wide support in all Arab countries, from Syria and Lebanon in the east to Libya and Tunisia in the west, and a number of European capitals as well, where crowds of "Lions" matches are watching on giant screens in the squares or in cafes and commercial centers. In Doha, where the event took place, the red flag of Morocco with its green star dominated the scene, adorning the streets of the capital, to which thousands of Moroccan fans made a pilgrimage, observing their smiles, sending France 24 delegates there, Othman Taibi and Wadih Fayani. From Rabat and Paris, the delegates of France 24, Aziza Nait Si Baha and Mohamed Chaaban, convey great joy among Moroccans who dreamed for years of achieving the unprecedented historic achievement.

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