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Portugal vs Morocco World Cup LIVE Football Score 10/12/2022

Portugal vs Morocco World Cup LIVE Football Score 10/12/2022

Morocco is going head to head with Portugal starting on 10 Dec 2022 at 15:00 UTC at Al-Thumama Stadium stadium, Al-Thumama city, Qatar. The match is a part of the World Cup, Knockout stage.
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As the field continues to narrow and the World Cup trophy comes closer into sight, trailblazers Morocco meet quarter-final opponents Portugal at Al Thumama Stadium on Saturday.
Now set to battle it out for a place in the final four, the Atlas Lions held off Spain before emphatically winning on penalties to reach this stage for the first time, while the Selecao were a side transformed as they slayed Switzerland in the last 16.

A far more mobile and proactive attack was the result of dropping ageing superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, and his replacement – Benfica starlet Goncalo Ramos – was certainly up to the task of replacing the dethroned king.

Having lashed home an unstoppable opener, the 21-year-old went on to complete a fairytale hat-trick in Portugal’s 6-1 victory, and his was the first treble of the tournament – on his very first senior start.
If there were any doubts that the future has arrived right now in Portuguese football, Milan winger Rafael Leao capped off his team’s blitz of the Swiss by firing in the sixth goal of a display which made the world sit up and take notice.

Despite a late lapse against South Korea when already qualified, Santos had seen his side negotiate safe passage through the World Cup’s first phase as Group H winners, and with three wins and 12 goals to their name already, they may well believe they can now lift the trophy for the very first time.

Morocco: The North African side were relentless in their defensive coverage against Spain during the round of 16. They frustrated the Spaniards in regulation and through extra time and advanced on penalties and a big performance by goalkeeper Yassine Bounou. The team will need a strong offensive performance by winger Hakim Ziyech with Sofiane Boufal and Youssef En-Nesyri in support.

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Eusebio-inspired semi-finalists in 1966, Portugal have more recently belied their relatively modest population to win both the Euros and Nations League. For all their success at youth level, too, the Iberians have never made it to a senior global final, but Saturday’s clash with Morocco presents a chance to take one step closer to the beautiful game’s grandest prize.

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The Atlas Lions’ only previous appearance in the last 16 came back in 1986, and Regragui’s men have not only broken new ground for their nation but also the Arab world. In the process, they extended an unbeaten run in the World Cup to five matches and kept a remarkable sixth clean sheet from their last seven outings.

With the quality and commitment of Hakimi, fellow full-back Noussair Mazraoui, plus their centre-backs and tireless midfield anchor Sofyan Amrabat, a Morocco squad drawn partly from the diaspora have developed into one of international football’s meanest defensive units.
Fending off members of the European establishment such as Croatia and Belgium also saw them finish first in Group F earlier on in the campaign, so tackling Portugal should hold no fears for the quarter-finals’ outsiders

The 2022 FIFA World Cup quarterfinals will see Morocco and Portugal meet on Saturday at Al Thumama Stadium in Qatar. A spot in the semifinals is on the line, and it is the third meeting in a World Cup between the two teams. Morocco got the better of Portugal in 1986, and 32 years later the Portuguese bested the Moroccans in 2018.

Event details:
NAME: Morocco – Portugal
DATE: 10 Dec 2022
TIME: 15:00 UTC
VENUE: Al-Thumama Stadium, Al-Thumama, Qatar

Assuring hero status forever more, Achraf Hakimi applied the most delicate of finishing touches to Morocco’s defensive masterclass on Tuesday, as his ‘Panenka’ penalty condemned Spain to a 3-0 shootout defeat and sent the North African nation through to the quarter-finals.

Having battled hard to resist the Spanish ‘death by a thousand passes’ approach, Walid Regragui’s side had sacrificed the bulk of possession to grind out a goalless draw and set the stage for a spectacular finale, during which goalkeeper Yassine Bounou saved two spot-kicks and joined Hakimi as an eternal icon in Rabat, Marrakech and beyond.

Becoming just the fourth African side to reach the last eight at a World Cup – and the first for 12 years – sent a packed Education City Stadium wild, as it was largely populated by Moroccan fans whose fervour has proved such a prominent feature of these finals.

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