The World Cup 2022 Catch up Tuesdays on FOX with Morocco defeat Spain In a penalty shootout, 3-0, at Education City Stadium in Al-Rayyan, Qatar in the second match of the tournament from the round of 16.
Later, Portugal will face Switzerland In the second knockout match on Tuesday (11 a.m. EST, Fox). The winners will advance to play each other in the quarter-finals, which will end on Saturday, December 10th.
Here are the most important plays!
Summary of the match between Morocco and Spain
12′: too high
Morocco defender Ashraf Hakimi from a free kick, but his shot was small just north of the crossbar.
25 minutes: potential disaster – and missed opportunity
Moroccan goalkeeper Yassin Bono and cannons Nayef Ajord He was unable to connect with a pass, and Spain almost converted it into a goal. Shortly after turning, Javi His shot deflected off the bar, then Ferran TorresShot from play is rejected.
In the end, Spain was called offside.
33′: Beautiful save
43′: last approx
It was a first half of missed opportunities for both teams.
This time, Aguirre’s header was a bit high and wide.
There was no result in the first half.
Spain striker Dani Olmo He got a great shot, but Bono had none of it.
63′: Substitutions for Spain
66 ‘: Morocco substitution
75′: yellow card
Defender of Spain Emeric Laporte Received a yellow card after challenging Hakimi.
86′: Close, but no cigar
Hakimi got the ball close to Morocco, but forward Walid Shadira He was unable to hack a contested shot.
89′: Huge block!
90 + 4′: Game-saving denial!
Bounou managed to deny him the World Cup to Morocco just in time in the dying seconds of the second half, as he denied Olmo’s shot attempt.
The match went into overtime.
97 ‘: Elusive
Morata was unable to convert a header from a Williams pass.
104 ‘: Great opportunity…
Shdera almost scored the first goal of the match, but his shot was side-footed by Simon.
Walid Chedira’s shot for Morocco was saved by Spanish goalkeeper Unai Simon
120 + 2′: A formidable defense
cannon Jawad Al Yamak Knock the ball out of harm’s way for Morocco.
120 + 3′: That was approx
Spain striker Pablo SarabiaCloseup shot went off the post.
The match went to a penalty shootout.
Morocco tied the first two penalty kicks while Spain missed its first. After wasting all of his third attempt, Morocco put the game away with his fourth kick.
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