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France - Morocco in the semifinals of the World Cup in Qatar 2022, live: result and live data

2022-12-14T16:17:36.111Z


France and Morocco define who will be Argentina's rival in the Qatar 2022 World Cup final. Follow the entire preview and development of the match live.


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5 mins ago

Mbappé and Hakimi, face to face: the figures of France and Morocco seek the final

Kylian Mbappé and Achraf Hakimi are the exclusive figures for France and Morocco and, furthermore, teammates at PSG.

Here we show you the statistics of both players so far in the World Cup in Qatar.

6 mins ago

This is how France and Morocco reach the semifinal

Few imagined that one of the semifinals of the World Cup in Qatar would be France vs.

Morocco.

Not because of the Europeans, current champion and one of the top favorites to win the crown, but because the Africans are the great revelation and are making history for the African continent, which for the first time has one of its teams among the best four of the world.

France arrived in Qatar to ratify its power and defend the crown.

Champions in Russia 2018, the team led by Didier Deschamps and led by Kilyan Mbappé won Group D, despite the defeat against Tunisia on the last day, and beat Poland in the round of 16 and England in the quarterfinals, in the toughest game that he had to face.

Morocco, for its part, is the only undefeated player in the World Cup.

They won Group F with 7 points, putting Croatia and Belgium behind, and then beat Spain and Portugal on penalties.

Therefore, it has arguments to continue making history.

These are the numbers of both teams so far in the World Cup.

7 mins ago

The World Cup in Africa: how a continent that usually underperforms finally got it right

By Alasdair Howorth

(Photo: Leah Abucayan/Getty)

Following the first round of World Cup matches in Qatar, African soccer fans were met with an all-too-familiar script.

Five games played, three losses, two draws and only Ghana, defeated by Portugal, put the ball into the back of the net.

Another disappointing tournament seemed to come for the continent that Pele, a three-time world champion, once declared he would "win the World Cup before the year 2000."

That appointment followed Zaire's humiliating performance in the 1974 World Cup group stage, which included a 9-0 loss to Yugoslavia.

Zaire was the first sub-Saharan nation to participate in the men's World Cup.

  • Lionel Messi confirms that Sunday's final in Qatar will be his last game in a World Cup

But in Qatar, the picture changed: every team on the continent won a match in their group for the first time in history, two teams made it past the group stage — a joint record — and Morocco will become the first African team to play a match. semifinal.

Read the full note here.

7 mins ago

Why Morocco's success at the World Cup is no coincidence

By Alasdair Howorth

Morocco have the best defensive record in the competition, conceding just once so far: an own goal against Canada in the group stage.

After three hours of constant noise, the Estadio Ciudad de la Educación fell into library silence as Achraf Hakimi stepped onto the penalty spot.

Hakimi was born in Madrid and carried the weight of Africa and the Arab world on his shoulders, but you would never have guessed that the Paris Saint-Germain man would coolly spike the ball into the back of the net and spark riotous celebrations not only in the stadium , but also in Morocco and in the Moroccan diaspora.

It was a historic day for Morocco, for Africa, for the Arabs and for the Muslims.

The Lions of the Atlas had roared to surprise Spain, world champions in 2010, and reach the quarterfinals of the World Cup in Qatar 2022. Coach Walid Regragui did not miss the importance of the occasion.

"Before, only the Moroccans supported us," Regragui declared before the game against Spain.

"Now it's the Africans and the Arabs."

For many, it was the surprise of the tournament, as the North Africans won their first World Cup knockout match.

Read the full story here.

53 mins ago

How to watch the game on television and internet

The Qatar 2022 World Cup has few games left.

This Wednesday, after Argentina's victory over Croatia in the first semifinal, it is Morocco and France's turn.

France is the current world champion and is in search of a two-time championship, something that no team has achieved since 1962, when Pelé's Brazil won the title for the second time in a row after the triumph in 1958. Their rival will be Morocco, the " dark horse" of this World Cup and the first African team in history to reach the semifinals of this competition, so they have a lot to gain and little to lose.

See how to watch the game on television and the internet, here.

8 mins ago

Kylian Mbappé reaches speeds of 35 km/h in the World Cup.

Can someone stop it?

Mbappé has been in sensational form in Qatar, scoring five goals up to this semi-final, the same as Lionel Messi, with whom he shares top scorers.

The 23-year-old, however, has shown more than just a great finisher in the box: he terrifies opponents with his phenomenal speed and ability to get behind the defensive line.

According to FIFA, Mbappé reached a top speed of 35.3 kilometers per hour (about 22 miles per hour) against Poland, one of the fastest speeds recorded in the tournament so far.

His teammate, striker Ousmane Dembélé, clocked 35 km/h (21.7 mph) in the same match.

Read more here.

14 mins ago

Mbappé's numbers with France

By Felipe Monforte, Sebastian Jimenez Valencia

Kylian Mbappé's idyll with the French team may be one of the most beautiful and successful in the world of football.

Mbappé made his debut for his country on March 25, 2017 in a qualifying match for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. He did so with Didier Deschamps, being the second youngest player to make his debut (at 18 years old) after Maryan Wisniewski.

Now, in Qatar, with a world title on his resume and being a goalscorer and protagonist in Qatar, Mbappé shows why it was not a matter of a single tournament.

Look at all his numbers in this note.

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Source: cnnespanol

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