The Spanish team began its journey in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with a 7-0 win over Costa Rica. Then, they drew (1-1) against Germany and, against Japan, they seemed to have won, but the Asian team turned the score around (2-1). In this way, the team led by Luis Enrique, who looked like one of the favourites, qualified as second in group E.
For its part, Morocco began their participation with a goalless draw against Croatia and, later, gave the surprise to beat Belgium 2-0. The African team sealed their pass to the round of 16 as first in group F after defeating Canada (2-1).
Now, the ‘Atlas Lions’ and the ‘Red’ will meet this Tuesday, December 6 at the Education City Stadium for the place in the quarterfinals of Qatar 2022. In this sense, below, find out all the information about this commitment.
What happens if Spain and Morocco tie?
Spain and Morocco will star in a vibrant match, in which the ticket to the next round will be at stake. Both teams will try to take advantage in the 90 minutes and discounts to get among the eight best teams in the World Cup.
In case there is a tie in regulation time, the definition will be extended to extra time, in which two periods of 15 minutes will be played. If equality persists, through a penalty shootout, the team that continues in the race will be known.
Where to see Spain vs. Morocco?
The transmission of Spain vs. Morocco for the World Cup in Qatar 2022, in Peruvian territory, will be through Latina Televisión and DirecTV Sports. Likewise, DirecTV Sports will also broadcast the match for the rest of the countries in South America.
What time is Spain vs. Morocco?
The match between Spain and Morocco will be played at 10 am (Peruvian time). A Next, find out the schedules in the different countries.
- Ecuador: 10 a.m.
- Colombia: 10 a.m.
- Mexico: 9 a.m.
- Argentina: 12 p.m.
- Uruguay: 12 p.m.
- Chile: 12 p.m.
- Spain: 4 p.m.
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