Paris Saint-Germain defender Achraf Hakimi (31) scored, Watford striker Imran Loza (45 + 1), Queens Park Rangers playmaker Elias Shaer (49), Turkey’s Hatay Sport striker Ayoub Al Kaabi (62) and Seville’s Spanish midfielder Munir Al Haddadi (82). Objectives.
It is Morocco’s second victory after the first over Sudan 2-0, raising its score to six points from two matches, two points ahead of Guinea-Bissau, which played three matches.
The two teams meet Saturday in Casablanca in the fourth round.
Morocco will play a third match against Guinea next Tuesday in the second round, which was scheduled for the sixth of last month in Conakry and was postponed due to the military coup that overthrew the Guinean President Alpha Conde.
Morocco pressed from the beginning in search of the score, but it found it difficult to break the defensive bloc of the visitors.
The first chance for the Atlas Lions was in the 15th minute, with a powerful shot by French Paris Saint-Germain defender Hakimi from inside the area over the crossbar (15).
Shaer missed a golden opportunity to open the scoring when he received a cross from Hakimi, who stubbornly rebounded from one of the defenders and prepared in front of a loze outside the area, and he shot it over the three woods (20).
And Eintracht Frankfurt’s German midfielder Ayman Barquq hit a powerful ball from the edge of the area over the goal (24).
Fiorentina’s Italian midfielder Sofiane Amrabat almost did it with a powerful shot from outside the area, which goalkeeper Joao Mendes sent away to a corner (28).
Hakimi succeeded in opening the scoring, taking advantage of a ball that was pushed away by the Guinea-Bissau defense after a corner kick, and he fired a powerful shot from the dry area to the right of goalkeeper Mendish (31).
Hakimi almost added the second goal from a direct free kick that passed near the left post (38).
And a poet tried his luck with a shot from outside the area in the hands of Mendish (39).
Morocco got a penalty kick after Ryan Mayi was obstructed inside the area, so she was successfully hit by a tonsil to the right of goalkeeper Mendish (45 + 1).
It is the first goal of the lozs in the first match in the colors of Morocco.
Shaer strengthened Morocco’s advance at the beginning of the second half with a wonderful right-footed shot from outside the area, inhabited by the far left corner of goalkeeper Mendish (49).
Al-Kaabi added the fourth goal with an acrobatic shot from inside the area, following Adam Macina’s cross (62).
Al-Hadadi’s substitute concluded the festival with a fifth goal when he received a ball behind the defense from Mayi, so he was unique with goalkeeper Mandish and followed it into the goal (82).