The Moroccan team became the first Arab team to reach the final round of the African qualifiers leading to the World Cup “Qatar 2022”, by beating Guinea 4-1 on Tuesday.
The Moroccan team booked its ticket to the last round of the qualifiers, by achieving its fourth victory in four matches against Guinea in Rabat, in a postponed match from the second round of Group Nine.
He took turns scoring the goals of the “Atlas Lions”, Ayoub Al Kaabi, Salim Amlah, and Sofiane Boufal, in the 21st, 42nd, 65th and 89th minutes, respectively, while Mamadou Kani scored an honorary goal for Guinea, in the 31st minute.
Morocco raised its score to 12 points with the full score, eight points behind second-placed Guinea-Bissau, with two rounds remaining.
The Moroccan team thus became the first Arab team to reach the decisive role in the African qualifiers for the World Cup in Qatar, and the second to qualify in general to this role, after Senegal, which also achieved the full mark in Group H, by obtaining 12 points in the first 4 matches.
Eight other teams will join Morocco and Senegal in the decisive round of the World Cup qualifiers in Qatar, and in this role each team plays each other back and forth, with five teams from Africa qualifying for the World Cup finals in the end.