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05 December 2022

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First Name : Kecia
Sex : Woman
Status : Single, with children
Birthday : 04 Apr 1960 (63 )
Area : Agglo Chartraine

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Despite conceding the first goal of the tournament, Morocco beat Canada 2-1 to secure top spot in Group F and a place in the knockout stage. The Atlas Lions qualified for the last 16 for the first time in 36 years. They will face second-placed Spain or Germany in the knockout phase.

Morocco had not scored a goal in seven matches and needed a win or draw to advance. The Atlas Lions led 2-0 at halftime. But a poor goalkeeping error saw Morocco concede for the first time. Canada dragged themselves into the match in the second half, though they managed to hit back against the run of play. It could have been worse for Canada, but the goalkeeper was sent up in injury time, and Craig Davies snuffed out a dangerous advance.

Morocco took advantage of a weak clearance from Canada goalkeeper Milan Borjan to take the lead. A ball from Cyle Larin's cross was delivered into the area and Tajon Buchanan could not get a good grip on the ball. He had a far-post chance in the first half, but was unable to meet the cross. In the second half, Canada made a series of pacy attacks, but were unable to create a real chance. Canada, however, made their calling card of playing with pace and urgency.

Morocco's goalkeeper Yassine Bounou was also in trouble. The Canada captain tried to push a cross past him in the first half, but could not get the ball past the Moroccan goalkeeper. He had a similar far-post chance in the second half, but this time, his shot was blocked by a defender.

In the first half, Morocco started the match well, but they were caught out by a series of bad mistakes from Canada. The Canadians struggled to create chances and tended to ping around the defence aimlessly, without attacking impetus. Morocco had a number of good chances, including a free-kick that blasted into the wall. The Moroccans also had a goal disallowed in the first half, and an offside flag in the second. In the second half, Canada pushed for an equaliser and looked to have taken the lead, but a deflected strike from Naif Aguerd in the 65th minute saw the ball divert into the net and go into the net. This goal had to be ruled out for offside, but the referee didn't award Morocco a penalty.

Morocco had a number of chances, though, in the second half, and had a second goal disallowed in the second half, but were unable to add to their lead. Youssouf En-Nesyri scored the first goal of the tournament, then a second goal in the first half, before Morocco took a 2-1 lead into the second half. Morocco's second goal came after a fine run and pass from Achraf Hakimi. Afterward, the Moroccans thought they had retaken the lead, but En-Nesyri was denied a goal by an offside flag. He then tried to volley into the net, but he was denied by the crossbar.

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