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The Atlas Lions won (2-0) Thursday in Rabat against Sudan in the match counting for the first day of the World Cup qualifiers, Africa zone group I, thanks to a goal from Nayef Aguerd (10th ) and Abuaagla Abdella Mohamed Ahmed (against his 53rd camp). Vahid Halilhodzic’s men don’t have time to savor their victory. They are already mobilized for the crucial meeting Monday against Guinea in Conakry.
Morocco did most of the game against Sudan on Thursday, winning (2-0). Admittedly, he was not flamboyant, but he pocketed all three points for the victory. Everything started particularly well for the national team who opened the scoring in the 10th minute through Nayef Aguerd. He took a corner twice, first with a header and then with a fox-like shot from the surface. After the opener, the Atlas Lions outrageously dominated the proceedings against an opponent well within their grasp. So, Youssef En-Nesyri and Ryan Mmee had clear opportunities to break, but they both sinned in the finish. The score remains unchanged until the whistle blows in the first half.
Returning from the locker room, the Atlas Lions quickly managed to score a second goal after an IIias Chair shot deflected into his own goal by Abuaagla Abdella Mohamed Ahmed (against his 53rd side). It was thought then that we were going to attend an offensive recital of the Atlas Lions, especially as the Sudanese seemed physically exhausted. But it has not happened. Vahid’s men were content to manage their lead by accelerating from time to time. The changes made by Vahid, with the exits of Adel Taarabet and Ryan Mmee and the entry of Sofian Amrabet and Soufiane Boufal (70th), have done nothing for the scoreboard. Too messy, Vahid’s men had difficulty building, sometimes contenting themselves with playing long balls, most of them poorly dosed or recovered without problems by the Sudanese. The last changes made with the return of Munir El Haddadi in place of Zakaria Aboukhlal or that of Achraf Bencharki in place of Youssef En-Nesyri or that of Selim Amallah in place of Ilias Chair were more intended to run the stopwatch only to increase the score. The end of the meeting was very tense with an almost general clash between the players of the two teams in the final minutes of play. This very important success in the race for first place in Group I does not hide the shortcomings of the team. team which will have to offer another face on Monday against Guinea to hope to win first place in this group. The main thing is done, which is the win and the three points. The way will come later. The Atlas Lions’s next meeting will face Guinea on September 6 in Conakry.
“The most important thing is that we won. We still have to improve some things. In training, we do good things. The main thing today is victory. We missed a lot of chances. I think we could finish them. But it’s not easy to play against African teams. Against Guinea, it’s going to be another game. It’s not going to be easy, we have to be ready. “
Hubert Velud, Sudan coach “We were on a par with Morocco”
“We don’t have to be ashamed of this loss to a big Moroccan team. I am satisfied with the performance of my team as a whole. We were even at times with the Morocco team. We embarrassed the opponent a lot. This match will give us confidence and will allow us to properly gauge our abilities and our strengths that we will use in our next match where we must not miss. “
Vahid Halilhodzic, national coach “We are ready to respond to the physical challenge of Guinea”
“We must congratulate the players. This is the first game of the World Cup qualifiers and the victory is well deserved because the opponent did not create a chance. We had several opportunities to score the third and fourth goals, but we failed to materialize them. We must congratulate the players. The team is still in the process of breaking in. We can do even better. We are in the construction phase. The new players have been convincing. The national team will gain momentum with every game. We will savor this victory and rest, then we will quietly prepare for the match against Guinea. It will be a physically strong match. But we can meet the physical challenge in the next match in Guinea. ”