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Dream final against Messi perfect! France defeats Morocco


Dream final against Messi perfect! France defeats Morocco Created: 12/15/2022, 5:30 am By: Florian Schimak France and Morocco fought to reach the World Cup final. In the end, the Équipe Tricolore prevailed. Kylian Mbappé was a crucial factor. France – Morocco 2:0 (1:0) , Wed. 8 p.m Insanity! Kolo Muani makes the decision to make it 2-0 with his first touch of the ball Artistic goal! Brother of

Dream final against Messi perfect!

France defeats Morocco

Created: 12/15/2022, 5:30 am

By: Florian Schimak

France and Morocco fought to reach the World Cup final.

In the end, the Équipe Tricolore prevailed.

Kylian Mbappé was a crucial factor.

  • France – Morocco 2:0 (1:0)

    , Wed. 8 p.m

  • Insanity!

    Kolo Muani

    makes the decision to make it 2-0 with his first touch of the ball

  • Artistic goal!

    Brother of Bayern star


    makes it 1-0

  • This

    live ticker

    of the game




    is constantly updated

+++ Conclusion: Morocco did an excellent job here, but luck was with the French today.

In the first half it was Theo Hernandez who gave France an early lead.

Afterwards, the world champion missed to make up for it and so the outsider had a chance to equalize.

But Eintracht star Randel Kolo Muani was then left to decide the World Cup semifinals with his first touch of the ball.

Mbappé was instrumental in both goals.


France 2-0 Morocco (1-0)

France: Lloris - Koundé, Varane, Konaté, T. Hernandez - Tchouameni - Fofana, Griezmann - Dembele (from 79 Kolo Muani), Giroud (from 65 Thuram), Mbappé

Morocco: Bono - El Yamiq, Saiss (from 21 Amallah), Dari - Hakimi, Ounahi, Amrabat, Mazraoui (from 46 Attiyat Allah) - Ziyech, En-Nesyri (from Hamdallah), Boufa (from 66 Aboukhlal) l (

Goals: 1-0 T. Hernandez (5'), 2-0 Kolo Muani (79')

90th + 6 minutes: OUT!




France defeats Morocco 2-0 and is in the World Cup final.

© IMAGO / Agencia EFE

90. + 4 minutes:

Morocco still has a chance to make it 1: 2, but Griezmann blocks the shot!

Shortly afterwards, Koundé has to clear the line again, but the ball just won't go in, unbelievable!

How lucky can you be?

But the North Africans can be very proud of themselves, it was a very, very strong performance in this World Cup semi-final against France.

Hats off!

90th Minute:

How long is there stoppage time?

There's an extra six minutes.

86 minutes:

Phew, that's going to be really difficult for the Moroccans, who are now looking very depressed.

The game will also be a bit more hectic.

But that's not surprising.

France vs Morocco now live: amazing!

Kolo Muani makes a decision with the first touch of the ball


The decision?

Mbappé makes a brilliant move in the penalty area, but his shot is then blocked, but Kolo Mouani is just right at the far post and slides into the goal 42 seconds after he was substituted on to make it 2-0.


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Randal Kolo Muani scores to make it 2-0 for France.

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76 minutes:

The Moroccans win the ball early because Koundé falls asleep.

Hamdallah has the opportunity in the penalty area, but can't find a finish.

Missed the chance!

72 minutes:

After a Griezmann free-kick, Thuram gets a free header on the five, but puts the ball wide of the goal.

You could have done that too.

70 minutes:

20 minutes left here in the World Cup semi-final between France and Morocco.

What else is up for the underdog?

65 minutes:

France changes for the first time.

Thuram replaces Giroud.

Morocco also brings two new, fresh forces.

Aboukhlal and Hamdallah replace En-Nesyri and Boufal.

France vs Morocco now live: Thrilling World Cup semifinals!

Spectacular near equalizer

59 minutes:

Morocco now has a lot more of the game!

The North Africans let the ball flow and repeatedly combine to create good opportunities against the deep French.

A really gripping World Cup semi-final!

54 minutes:

Morocco steps on the gas in the second round!

Substitute Attiyat Allah is brilliantly released on the left, puts the ball in the five, where Konaté can clear at the last moment.

Compensation would not be undeserved!

51 minutes:


Mbappé goes through on the left, steps on the ball on the outside line and is then felled by Amrabat flying over.

Referee Ramos lets it continue.

The PSG star needs a brief treatment but is free to move on.

50 minutes:

Oh, unlucky!

Mbappé and Bono rush together in the penalty area.

But it probably looked worse than it actually was.

46 minutes:

Let's continue with the second half!

+++ Half-time conclusion: A really appealing World Cup semi-final between France and Morocco.

The world champions took an early lead through Theo Hernandez and then has almost everything under control, missing twice through Giroud to make it 2-0.

However, the outsider does not hide at all and tries his luck on the offensive.

El Yamiq nearly rewarded the Africans' efforts in spectacular fashion.



45. + 3 minutes:

Zyiech brings three good standards shortly before the break before referee Ramos blows the whistle for the first half.

Almost a shame!

45 minutes:

There are now three minutes of overtime.

44 minutes:

Almost equalized shortly before the break!

Suddenly there's a fire again in the French penalty area.

After a corner, the French do not clear decisively, El Yamiq starts to kick and puts the ball on the post.

Lloris was still with the fingertips, madness!

39 minutes:

France now determines the game and lets the ball run.

Morocco is just watching.

Somehow the 2-0 is in the air here...

34 minutes:

It's going up and down here!

It's really fun to watch the two teams.

Great World Cup semi-final so far.

Tchouameni and Fofana have two good finishes for the world champion before Mbappé is released like a dream and his shot is cleared on the line.

The second ball falls at Giroud's feet, who is completely blank in the penalty area, but misses the half-empty goal.

27 minutes:

Even if France leads 1-0 here, Morocco sells really, really well here.

Because of only defensive!

The first African semi-finalist at a World Cup pushes forward boldly, which is why the French have to put up a good fight here.

Due to the somewhat more offensive style of the Moroccans, Mbappé and Co. of course have a little more space to switch and so a lively kick develops here.

21 minutes:

Very bitter for Morocco!

Defender Aguerd has to pass shortly before the kick-off, and Dari slips in for him at short notice.

Now captain and defense chief Saiss has to leave the field injured.

Amallah comes for him.

17 minutes:


El Yamiq misjudges a wide ball. Giroud goes through alone and fires the ball at full speed with the confidence of four World Cup goals with his left – the thing hits the wood!

Bono wouldn't have stood a chance.

10 minutes:


Almost equal!

Ounahi takes heart and unloads from a good 22 meters, Lloris dives and fishes the flick out of the corner.

First big opportunity for Morocco!

France vs Morocco: artistic goal!

Brother of Bayern star Hernandez makes it 1-0

5th minute: GOOOOOOOOOOR!

France takes the lead early on.

El Yamiq forgets Griezmann behind him, allowing the latter to march into the penalty area and service Mbappé.

The PSG star's first shot is blocked, the second shot jumps at Theo Hernandez's feet, who makes it 1-0 with a spectacular shot!

Theo Hernandez makes it 1-0 for France in the World Cup semifinals.

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4 minutes:

The sympathies in the stadium are clearly distributed.

When the French are on the ball, there is a loud whistling concert in the stadium.

A clear away game for the reigning world champion!

1st minute: kick-off!

The ball rolls!

December 14 update, 7:56 p.m.:

The anthems will be heard at Al-Bayt Stadium in Al Khor.

World Cup semi-final France against Morocco, let's get started!

Update from December 14, 7.40 p.m .: By

the way, the referee of the game is Cesar Arturo Ramos Palazuelos from Mexico.

Update from December 14, 7:24 p.m .:

The Al-Bayt Stadium will be firmly in Moroccan hands again today.

"You have to use a magnifying glass to look for French fans here," reports ZDF reporter Sven Voss in front of the stadium.

It starts in just under 30 minutes!

Update from December 14, 7 p.m.:

At least in Morocco there is now a Bayern player back in the starting XI.

Mazrauoi returns.

In addition, Morocco operates with a five-man chain.

France vs Morocco Live Tonight: Sick!

Bayern star fails for the World Cup semi-finals

Dayot Upamecano is out of the World Cup semi-finals.

© IMAGO / Sven Simon

December 14 update at 6:53 p.m.:

The lineup is here!

As previously reported, Upamecano and Rabiot are out.

Konaté and Fofana start in their place.

This means that no FC Bayern player is in the French starting XI!

Maybe it's different in Morocco.

There, Noussair Mazraoui is said to be fit again after missing the World Cup quarter-finals.

Update from December 14, 6:04 p.m .:

Setback for France!

Shortly before the World Cup semi-finals, two important stars are retiring due to illness.

Both Bayern central defender Dayot Upamecano and Juve strategist Adrien Rabiot are out for the World Cup semifinals against Morocco.

According to L'Equipe, Yussuf Fofana and Ibrahima Konaté will be in the starting XI of the Équipe Tricolore as replacements.

First report from December 14, 4:43 p.m.:

Munich / Al-Khor – France against Morocco.

In the run-up to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, only very few would have predicted this game as a semi-final (teams at the 2022 World Cup).

Morocco became the first African team to advance through the quarter-finals after a narrow 1-0 win over Portugal.

Now, of course, Waled Regragui's team wants to take the final step and reach the World Cup final.

Argentina would be waiting there.

However, the outsiders have to do without the huge fan support from home.

A few hours before kick-off, Moroccan airline Royal Air Maroc canceled flights between Casablanca and Doha.

The reason: supporters had not received their tickets for the game.

France vs Morocco live today: Great frustration with the surprise team ahead of the World Cup semi-finals

France vs Morocco live today: great frustration for the surprise team ahead of the World Cup semifinals © IMAGO / Russian Look

The airline said the cancellation of flights operated by Qatar Airways was "due to the latest restrictions imposed by the Qatari authorities," without giving specific reasons.

The failures affect 2100 passengers, it is said.

The Morocco fans were assured "that the tickets are available at Doha airport," said one fan. The Moroccan football association FRMF had promised them tickets that would be distributed at the airport to "the people who board the RAM flights arrived.

After that, we were asked to go to Al-Janoub Stadium, but we didn't find anything."

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And France?

Once again, all eyes are on Kylian Mbappé.

The star striker currently has five goals and is the top scorer in the World Cup.

However, the 23-year-old was largely unregistered against England (2-1).

Do the French have to worry about their goal-getter?

We'll find out in a few hours.

Then France meets Morocco in the World Cup semifinals with Mbappé on the outsides.


Source: merkur

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