This2022 FIFA World Cup continues Tuesday on FOX as Morocco beat Spain 3-0 on penalties at Qatar’s Education City Stadium in Al Rein, second-to-last of the tournament Round of 16 matches.
Later, Portugal will play Switzerland in the second knockout stage on Tuesday (11 a.m. ET, FOX). The winners will face each other in the quarter-finals, which concludes on Saturday, December 10.
Here are the top performances!
Morocco vs Spain Highlights
Final: Morocco 3, Spain 0
12′: too high
Morocco Defender Ashraf Hakimi wins a free kick but it misses north of the crossbar.
25′: Potential Disaster – Missed Opportunity
Spain nearly scored as Morocco goalkeeper Yassine Bounou and defender Nayef Aguerd missed a pass. Garvey’s shot went wide of the crossbar shortly after the error, before Ferran Torres’ shot was blocked out of bounds.
In the end, Spain was blown offside.
33′: Wonderful save
Morocco defender Noussair Mazraoui hits the goal with a thunderous shot, But Spanish goalkeeper Unai Simon blocked the shot.
43′: The other one is almost the same
Both teams missed in the first half opportunity.
This time, Agood’s header was a bit high and wide.
No score at halftime.
Spanish striker Danny Orr Mo threw a brilliant shot, but Bono found nothing.
63′: Substitution for Spain
Spain made two substitutions, for Alvaro Morata on striker Marco Asensio and midfielder Carlos Soler on Garvey.
66′: Substitution for Morocco
Morocco makes its first substitution with striker Abdessamad Ezzalzouli Replaced midfielder Sofiane Boufal.
75′: yellow card
Spanish defender Aymeric Laporte was sacked after challenging Hakimi Yellow card.
86′: Off , but no cigars
Hakimi in Morocco But striker Walid Cheddira was unable to break through a controversial shot.
89′: Huge block!
Spanish striker Nico William Sidney looked like he had a golden chance to score, but Morocco defender Sofyan Amrabat sent in a crucial cross.
90+4′: game save rejected !
Bono completes his most timely de Morocco’s World Cup final in the closing seconds of the second half as he denied Olmo’s shot attempt.
The game entered overtime.
97′: out of reach
Morata couldn’t get William A header from a pass into a header.
104′: Good chance…
Cheddira almost scored the first goal of the game but his shot was sent sideways by Simon.
Walid Cheddira Shot for Morocco saved by Spanish goalkeeper Unai Simon
120+2′: Huge defense
Defender Jawad El Yamiq knocks out Morocco Stay out of danger.
Spanish striker Pablo Sala Via shot wide of the post from close range.
The game entered a penalty shootout otout.
Morocco pulled one back from the first two penalties, while Spain missed the first two. After missing the third attempt each time, Morocco ended the game with a fourth shot.
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