At the Al Thumama Stadium in Qatar, Morocco was the winner with a whopping two goals against zero from the Belgium team. Belgium had 67% possession, but Morocco saw better outcomes with 33% possession. Each team took ten shots. The match saw a lot of fouls, with Belgium getting ten and Morocco getting fourteen.
One yellow card seemed inevitable for both teams. However, there was no red card for either team. The passing accuracy was close, which showed a tough fight between Belgium and Morocco.
Morocco is currently in first place in Group F, followed by Belgium. Abdelhamid Sabiri and Zakaria Aboukhlal are the two players that have brought national honor to their country. Fans of Morocco were overjoyed about the victory, waving their flags with great happiness.
Morocco, the 22nd-ranked team in the world, upset the second-ranked team in Group F, Belgium. The heartbreaking defeat is viewed by many as a sluggish performance from the FIFA World Cup fans. The famous striker of Belgium, Romelu Lukaku, gave a disappointing performance. Morocco’s third victory in the FIFA World Cup finals was secured in the 73rd minute when Sabiri’s free-kick from close to the corner flag surprised Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois near the goalpost.
In the 1994 FIFA World Cup, Belgium won against Morocco. But things changed in the World Cup of 2022. The year 2022 brings a lot of new changes to the demographics of world football. Fans are keen to discover more!