Tie asking too much for Morocco, doomsday in sight

We all feared now seems to be reality.

As good as Morocco started tonight against DR Congo, so bad ended up. The Lions of the Atlas managed not to get the points to the profit to distribute let alone. Hervé Renard started surprisingly with Aziz Baldock (FC St. Pauli) and Omar El Kaddouri in the base, both players who only after the failure of their fellow internationals were called. At the initial stage there seemed to be little going on, Morocco dominated and knew almost even on phenomenal way to open the score. MBARK Boussoufa was the man who with the most dangerous shot of the whole match, unfortunately ended up his commitment on the aluminum. From the rebound shot saw the Congolese goalkeeper Matampi how was his goal.

The rest of the first half was for the most part directed by Morocco. In ball possession and had outbreaks of Ra no child in the Congolese who in the previous edition in the semi final against Ivory Coast of that same coach died. Distressing was to see that Morocco especially errors in the completion, to outbreaks and attacks, however, there was no one who scored no lack of production.

In the second half turned the game with 180 degrees. To the stability on the Moroccan side immediately came to an end when goalkeeper Munir are team shy left. The CD Numancia goalie and undisputed number one of Morocco could not prevent from the rebound shot was rock hard within. After the lag started the coach, who remarkably calm hung against the dug-out, separate Exchange. Turn: Eastwood look like for Nesyri, And-Saiss look like for Fajr and finally El Arabi in it for Carcela. Where Morocco in friendly games and the qualification series never has played with three strikers found Renard the highest time to this new system at a 1-0 lag to try out.

At one point even against Morocco played 9 man and eventually the last 20 minutes against 10 Congolese who had to make it with one defender less (got two times yellow for time stretching). It came to pronounce yet opportunities for El Arabi and en-Nesyri, but also they forgot to score. The reality is that now the last Morocco occupies in Group C, Togo and Côte d'Ivoire knew earlier in the evening to play right. With DR Congo to head the team of Renard will in any case have to win Friday of Togo, if this do not succeed then rest the Moroccan supporter nothing but for the umpteenth time to be disappointed.

It is now waiting for the press conference of the former title winner, Hervé Renard. Tomorrow we keep you in the course of the day at the height of the aftermath of this huge zeperd.

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