Morocco surprise Spain in penalty shoot-out

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Morocco surprise Spain in penalty shoot-out

Spain was unable to maintain their composure in the face of Morocco’s hours-long blast of pure intensity in THIS WAS A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE.Spain couldn’t score in 120 minutes, and they couldn’t even score from the spot. They lost 3-0 on penalties, a bewildering end to a tournament that started with a 7-0 win.Morocco surprise Spain in penalty shoot-out

With his delicately chipped penalty that advanced Morocco to a quarterfinal match against Portugal or Switzerland but first to a state of blissful bliss, Spanish-born Achraf Hakimi demonstrated how to do it.

With his delicately chipped penalty that advanced Morocco to a quarterfinal match against Portugal or Switzerland but first to a state of blissful bliss, Spanish-born Achraf Hakimi demonstrated how to do it.

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It would be incorrect to portray this as yet another example of Spanish waste:Morocco scarcely permitted them any opportunities to miss.Morocco’s organization and discipline was an art in and of themselves, filling in the gaps and maintaining concentration for two hours while dismantling Spain’s passing triangles.

The Moroccan fans turning the Education City Stadium into a kind of stifling, boiling cauldron, a place where no ironies or pretenses survive.Spain, in their ice-blue pack, in the end softened, as the Moroccan fans welcomed their ownership with supported, ear-dividing whistles, which developed to a sort of frantic enthusiasm at whatever point Spain edged nearer to their punishment region.

Booing the entire Spanish possession is like trying to inflate an air balloon, which is a kind of respiratory Olympics, but the Moroccan supporters still met at the moment.At times, you could almost imagine their whistles acting alone to keep Spain from the goal, creating a wall of noise into which Spain continued to butt.

Spain was unable to locate Gavi or Pedri between the lines due to Morocco’s superb organization, which resulted in their 4-1-4-1 being twisted and compressed.

As a result, most of Spain’s possession in the first half was pointless, and the team’s best chance came from an offside Gavi, who missed the goal but at least didn’t regret it.

Ferran Torres provided alleged penetration with runs in off the right wing with the majority of Spain’s passing constrained on Pedri’s side to the left of the field.Notional, as Spain frequently failed to locate him, and when one Torres run was unsuccessful, Luis Enrique burst into tears.