In a wild display of joy following their team’s historic 2-0 World Cup triumph on Sunday, Moroccan fans have been captured on camera tearing up the streets of Brussels, Belgium. Following Walid Regragui’s team’s third-ever victory in the competition to go atop Group F, the disorderly disturbances resulted in a car being broken, overturned, and fireworks being set off.Information Guide Nigeria
Worrisome photos have emerged from Belgium, depicting thousands of Moroccans yelling, trashing a red car, and firing off fireworks in broad daylight. Again, Belgium performed poorly in the 2022 World Cup, but this time their African opponents at the Al-Thumama Stadium did not let them off the hook.
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Hakim Ziyech’s inswinging free-kick gave Morocco the impression they had taken the lead just before halftime. Roman Saiss was ruled offside and out of Thibaut Courtois’ line of sight when the Chelsea winger made the pass.JAMB portal
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But Walid Regragui’s soldiers were not deterred by this setback. Courtois committed an error in the 73rd minute, allowing former Huddersfield Town player Abdelhamid Sabiri’s near-post inswinger to beat him. And after Belgium failed to respond, despite Romelu Lukaku’s comeback to the field with ten minutes remaining, Zakaria Aboukhlal secured the victory in extra time.NYSC portal
Despite Belgium winning their opener against Canada 1-0, they garnered mass criticism for their performance. Big questions have been raised about Martinez’s ageing squad, with many key players potentially over the hill in terms of performing in their prime.
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