Will KBC air France Morocco game live today 14th December 2022

Africa's heroes In the semi-final matchup against the present World Cup champions France on Wednesday at the Al Bayt Stadium, Morocco will attempt to maintain its remarkable World Cup 2022 adventure.


 

 

The Atlas Lions defeated Portugal 1-0 to go to the last four, while Les Bleus defeated a tenacious England team 2-1 to maintain their chances of winning back-to-back championships. 

 

 

The winner of the championship match will face Argentina after beating Croatia 3-0.


 

In football, a botched Harry Kane penalty is a prized possession, and Didier Deschamps said that France was the "fortunate" beneficiary of such good fortune when the defending champions stopped England from winning the match in a thrilling quarterfinal.


 

Aurelien Tchouameni's thunderbolt and Olivier Giroud's header, which came on either side of Kane's penalty, gave France the win. 

 

 

However, Bleus fans were both happy and surprised when Kane missed his second penalty.


 

A spot in the semi-final was entirely merited for a Bleus team whose hopes of winning back-to-back championships are still alive. 

 

 

France also had to withstand a late Marcus Rashford free kick that nestled against the top of the goal, and referee Wilton Sampaio found himself at the centre of criticism.


 

It has been 84 years since the top European country advanced to the World Cup final as the reigning champions; the Italian greats of 1934 and 1938 were the most recent to do so. 

 

 

Les Bleus did not win any of their first three World Cup semi-finals, but they have since won on their last three separate occasions in 1998, 2006, and 2018.


 

Prior to their semi-final matchup with Morocco, France made sure they would still be without a World Cup 2022 clean sheet by conceding to Kane from the penalty spot. 

 

 

Morocco, on the other hand, is a team that definitely knows how to keep opponents away, even when they have to change their defense.


 

Whatever happens on Wednesday at the Al Bayt Stadium, the current Moroccan crop has already solidified their position in both national and continental mythology as the first ever African country to go to the World Cup semifinals.


 

Walid Regragui's stand-ins played great to hold back Selecao, and a Youssef En-Nesyri header was all it took for the Atlas Lions to make African history. 

 

 

Walid Regragui was compelled to play without Nayef Aguerd and Noussair Mazraoui while facing a Portugal side that had hit Switzerland for six goals.


 

Morocco would be deserving champions after defeating Belgium, Spain, and Portugal to the hilt. 

 

The Atlas Lions reach the semifinals after impressively keeping the opposition's scorers scoreless throughout the whole competition.


 

Regragui's team has kept four clean sheets so far in Qatar, with Aguerd's own goal against Canada the lone exception. 

 

 

Moroccan supporters should take pride in this data set, as the last two teams to do so at the same World Cup were Italy in 2006 and Spain in 2010, both of whom went on to win the title.


 

Since just nine of the 45 shots Morocco has encountered in the World Cup have been on goal, wastefulness has also greatly benefited Morocco.

 

 

However, facing a France team that hasn't lost to the Atlas Lions in five games shouldn't frighten Regragui's players or their loud fan base. 

 

KBC world cup Semi-final match today 

  • France vs Morocco


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