Morocco coach Walid Rekraghi has confirmed that his and his players’ ambitions are to reach the Qatar 2022 World Cup final before facing France in the semi-finals tomorrow Wednesday.

Recraghi said at a press conference on the eve of the match against France that his main goal in this tournament is “to change the mentality of the players, especially the brown continent, and their view of their participation in the World Cup, which is what I told the players. If we remember that our participation is successful, reaching the semi-finals, and we are happy, we will not continue on our way.” Tomorrow we will lose. This is not my opinion, we are among the four best teams in the world, and this is not an accident, and tomorrow we will say the word to reach the final.”

He continued: “We hope that our opponents will not respect us tomorrow, because if they respect us, as the teams we have faced so far in this tournament have done, and they were at the top of their level, then our task will be difficult. “

He concluded: “We are confident and excited about our difficult path through this tournament. Before every match, you think we’re out of the competition, but we’re still here with our values ​​and we’ll be playing in the semi-finals.”

Morocco topped a strong group of Croatia and Belgium before beating Spain on penalties in the final price, then Portugal with a Youssef Al-Nusairi goal in the quarter-finals to become the first African and Arab team to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup.

Source: AFP.

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Chang Michel is a sports reporter for 24PalNews. He has also covered sports for TV and radio in Miami, Newark, and Atlanta. Chang, a native of Queens, NY, graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in international affairs and French.

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