Morocco will take on France in their first World Cup semi-final on Wednesday. Find the Morocco World Cup predicted lineup below.
Morocco World Cup predicted lineup vs France (4-3-3)
GK: Yassine Bounou – After a player of the match performance against Portugal, Morocco’s pillar between the sticks exclaimed, “Pinch me, I’m dreaming.”
RB: Achraf Hakimi – Hakimi will face his PSG teammate in a contest worthy of the top level of football.
CB: Jawad El Yamiq – For the quarterfinal, Regragui was forced to alter half of his starting back four.
CB: Badr Benoun – Unless Romain Saiss, who was carried off against Portugal, can pull off another remarkable recovery.
LB: Yahya Attiyat Allah – Regragui can rely on the left-back who started every match of Wydad’s Champions League victory under the national team coach in May, who also set up Youssef En-game-winning Nesyri’s goal.
CM: Azzedine Ounahi – The name of the Moroccan midfielder couldn’t be recalled by Spain’s manager Luis Enrique.
CM: Sofyan Amrabat – During the knockout stages, the center of Morocco’s midfield has been playing with painkiller shots, which have had no effect on his vivacious performances.
CM: Selim Amallah – One of the 14 players on the team, or more than half, was born outside of Morocco, but he was just as important to the national team’s thrilling win.
RW: Hakim Ziyech – The deft creator for Morocco is sly both on and off the ball, committing more fouls than any other World Cup player and still going unpunished.
ST: Youssef En-Nesyri – En-Nesyri followed in the footsteps of Emmanuel Kunde, Eugene Ekeke, and Sulley Muntari by scoring in the World Cup quarterfinal, becoming the fourth African to do so, but the first to score the game-winning goal.
LW: Sofiane Boufal – Before moving back to Ligue 1, Boufal made just four more Premier League starts for Southampton before breaking his big toe running into his kitchen table.
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