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France-Morocco match, on 12-14-2022, the 2022 World Cup

 The France match against Morocco will start on the beIN Sports channel, open at exactly nine o’clock in the evening, in the meeting that brings them together at “Al-Bayt” stadium, as part of the semi-finals of the 2022 World Cup, which ends next Sunday.

Open channels broadcasting the match between France and Morocco

The France match against Morocco will be held at exactly nine o’clock this evening, Wednesday, and will be broadcast on the beIN Sports Open channel and beIN Sports HD 1 Max.

The Qatari AlKass channels are also considered one of the channels broadcasting the France match against Morocco, and broadcast it live via AlKass 1 Extra, as well as AlKass 2 Extra.

And beIN Sport channels announced the channels broadcasting the France match against Morocco through its network, which are 4 channels, the most important of which are bein Sports Open, bein Sports 1 Max, bein Sports 3 Max, bein Sports 4 Max.

The French national team enters as the world champion in the last edition of the tournament, which seeks to preserve its football pride in front of the Atlas Lions in one of the strongest World Cup confrontations, where there will be a fiery confrontation between the strongest attack in the four teams currently present and the best defense in the entire tournament.

Historically, the French national team met against Morocco in 5 matches before the roosters managed to win 3 confrontations, in exchange for a single victory for the Atlas Lions, while a single match ended in a draw.

France scored 17 goals against Morocco, which also managed to score 12 goals, and Yuri Djorkaeff tops the list of scorers for the two teams’ matches with 3 goals, while former star Salah El-Din Basir comes in second place with two goals.

France vs Morocco
The France national team excels in marketing by approximately one billion euros compared to 241 million in favor of the Atlas Lions, and the golden boy of Duke Kylian Mbappe is at the forefront of the most valuable players by 160 million, while Ashraf Hakimi comes at the forefront of the Moroccans by 65 million euros.

The last match between the two teams witnessed a 2-2 draw between France and Morocco in the confrontation that took place in November 2007, while the largest meeting between the two teams was a 5-1 victory for the roosters in 2000.

Morocco started its campaign in the World Cup with a goalless draw with Croatia, then beat Belgium with two clean goals, and beat Canada with two goals to one to lead its group with 7 points, before beating Spain in the round of 16 with a penalty shootout score of 3/0, after the end of the tournament. The match and overtime ended in a goalless draw, and in the quarter-finals they beat Portugal with a clean goal.

While the French national team started its campaign in the group stage by defeating Australia with a score of 4/1, then beat Denmark 2/1, and lost by Tunisia 1/0, to qualify at the top of its group with 6 points, and in the round of 16 it beat Poland with a score of 3/1 In the quarter-finals, France beat England 2-1.

France vs Morocco
The Moroccan national team became the most Arab team in the history of the World Cup, when it played its 21 match in the tournament, and it will reach 23 matches, whether it wins or even defeats in the semi-final match.

Goalkeeper Yassin Bono, who played his 50 international matches against Portugal, became the first African goalkeeper to keep a clean sheet in three matches in one tournament, and won the best player award twice.

Morocco has become the third team from outside Europe and South America to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup, after the United States in the inaugural edition of 1930 and South Korea in 2002.

Morocco conceded a single goal in the last nine matches under the leadership of national coach Walid Regragui, including five matches in the World Cup, and the goal came in the 2-1 victory over Canada in the group stage.

Regragui became the first Moroccan, Arab and African coach to lead a team to the semi-finals of the World Cup in history.