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DIRECT. World Cup news: Morocco still in seventh heaven, first day without matches at this World Cup


  • Morocco, which defeated Spain, and Portugal, which defeated Switzerland, won the last two qualifications to the quarter-finals yesterday.
  • No match until… Friday and the start of the quarter-finals. We’ll have to take care!
  • The Blues will play England on Saturday and continue their preparations. Ibrahima Konate and Adrien Rabiot will be at the press conference at 15:30.

Ibrahima Konate and Adrien Rabiot will be at the press conference at 15:30.


5 Arrests Tuesday Night on the Champs Elysees

Moroccans’ overflowing joy on the Champs Elysées after the Atlas Lions’ qualification did some damage, despite a generally positive balance sheet.

According to our information, 5 people were detained in the fields, including 3 for possession of a mortar, 1 for throwing a projectile and 1 for deliberate violence against a person holding public office. Also 2 windows of Célio and Pandora stores were broken.


“Spain never loses, Spain learns”

This is a message of support posted on Tuesday evening by Sergio Ramos in La Roja after his elimination against Morocco on penalties.

“Today, more than ever, I am proud of our flag, proud of my country and proud of our players. Spain is not losing, Spain is learning. Spain falls, stumbles, but gets up and keeps going. We will return and we will return stronger. Come on Spain! »


Head Celebration!

Round 16 came to an end and it was an attacking festival. With 28 goals, this is even the biggest result at this stage of the competition since the reintroduction of the eighth goal in 1986. Portugal’s card in the match with Switzerland helped a lot (6-1). And without Cristiano Ronaldo.


Luis Enrique still can’t believe it…

Spain on Tuesday surprised Morocco in the 1/8 finals of the World Cup (0-0, tab 3-0). And Luis Enrique was hit by Azzedine Unai, whom he saw running throughout the match… “But where did this guy come from?” – the coach said after the match.


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Source: Le Parisien

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