Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech breaks World Cup record as Morocco beat Portugal

Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech  breaks  World Cup record as Morocco beat Portugal.

Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech  and fellow Moroccans made World Cup history by becoming the first African team to reach the quarter-finals. rice field.

Sevilla forward Youssefen En-Nesiri scored the only goal in Morocco’s 1-0 quarter-final victory against Portugal on Saturday. Ziyech played 82 minutes in this match.

Ziyech is also his second  player to reach the World Cup semi-finals with Chelsea after Mateo Kovacic beat Brazil to reach the semi-finals in Croatia.

In the World Cup semi-finals, Morocco will face the winners of  England and France while Croatia and Argentina go head-to-head.

Ziyech has joined Dutch coach Louis van Gaal, who believes his World Cup success justifies a return to the Moroccan national team.

Your head coach [Legraghi] [fired Spanish coach] Luis van Gaal said he couldn’t rate him higher than Enrique.

“But Ziyech’s example allows him to answer one question. Of course, Ziyech was educated in Holland and  is a good player.

He has contributed a lot to the Moroccan team and the fact that he was not used before a new head coach was hired says a lot for Morocco.

Morocco is not recognized as a top football country, so I think it’s great that they made it to the World Cup.

But in general, when I see Moroccan players in our league (Eredivisie), I think they are usually very technical and it’s always fun to see them playing football.

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