KBC world cup semifinal matches live on 14th December 2022


This Wednesday night, the second World Cup semi-final will take place, and the defending champions will face one of the tournament's biggest villains as Morocco attempts to become the first African team to ever attend the final championship game.



More amazingly, this one goal was scored in a win against Canada in which only an own goal was allowed. 



Simply put, they haven't allowed a single opponent to score against them this World Cup.


Given that Croatia and Belgium were their opponents in that group along with Morocco, few people thought that Morocco would even go beyond the group stage. 



However, they won their group and only lost a point against Croatia in a scoreless draw. 



In the round of 16, Spain, one of the competition favorites, faced off against the Atlas Lions. 



Both teams failed to make an offensive effort, resulting in a 0-0 stalemate, but Morocco prevailed on penalties after Spain missed all three of their first-chance attempts.


After Cristiano Ronaldo and the company destroyed Switzerland 6-1 in their round-of-16 encounter, the African team faced Portugal. 



After Diogo Costa dropped the ball, Youssef En-Nesyri scored a spectacular header for his nation. 



Walid Cheddira did make it onto the field, but he was subsequently dismissed for receiving two yellow cards and will now be absent from this game.

KBC world cup semifinal matches live on 14th December 2022




Regarding France, they played well against England despite not necessarily being the superior team. 



After Aurelien Tchouameni's goal in the first half, Olivier Giroud's goal in the 78th minute became the game-winning goal due to Harry Kane's late penalty miss.



The Three Lions had eight shots that were on the range and 16 total attempts, but despite having far less possession of the ball than France that day, England was still able to expose several weaknesses in the French defense, particularly in the middle. 



If they win the title, they will become only the second country to win back-to-back World Cups, joining countries like Italy, Germany, Argentina, and Brazil as the only ones to reach the final two years in a row.



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