World Cup: Morocco predicted lineup vs Portugal
World Cup: Morocco predicted lineup vs Portugal
World Cup: Morocco predicted lineup vs Portugal
World CupWorld Cup: Morocco predicted lineup vs Portugal

World Cup: Morocco predicted lineup vs Portugal

The underdog Morocco will face Portugal in the World Cup quarterfinal. Find World Cup Morocco predicted lineup below.

Morocco World Cup predicted lineup vs Portugal (4-3-3)

GK: Yassine Bounou – Since Oleksandr Shovkovskyi of Ukraine in 2006, Morocco’s goalie is the first to record a clean sheet in a World Cup penalty shootout.

RB: Achraf Hakimi – Vahid Halilhodzic, Regragui’s predecessor, was so in awe of Hakimi that one compliment didn’t sit well with some of his fellow players.

CB: Jawad El Yamiq – El Yamiq had his car vandalized, a tyre punctured, and the words “go away hdp” scrawled into the side of the door following Real Valladolid’s relegation last season.

CB: Badr Benoun – Benoun wasn’t impressed when former Morocco manager Herve Renard tried to bring him up for the 2019 AFCON after leaving him off the team for the 2018 World Cup.

LB: Noussair Mazraoui – Halilhodzic and the fullback for Bayern Munich argued “over a bottle.” In a nutshell, Mazraoui disregarded Halilhodzic’s instructions to refrain from drinking during training when he was advised to do so. Fortunately, Regragui ushered Mazraoui back into the arrangement without delay.

CM: Azzedine Ounahi – The tireless Ounahi has exerted more defensive pressure than any other player still playing in the game (245).

CM: Sofyan Amrabat – It is safe to conclude that Amrabat considers himself to be Moroccan despite being born in the Netherlands.

CM: Selim Amallah – The 26-year-old hasn’t ever played club football outside of Belgium, where he was born, but this year, he’s been practically constant in the national squad.

RW: Hakim Ziyech – Marco van Basten, a legendary Dutch player, bemoaned Ziyech’s lack of playing time at Chelsea before the competition.

ST: Youssef En-Nesyri – En-Nesyri made history by becoming the first Moroccan to score in back-to-back World Cups, and the Sevilla forward has now scored in each of his nation’s last five significant international competitions.

LW: Sofiane Boufal – Boufal made a strong forecast back in September. He said to Hanif Ben Berkane, “You’re going to think I’m nuts.”

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World Cup: Morocco predicted lineup vs Portugal
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