Arab world rallies behind Morocco at Fifa World Cup after historic upset win over Spain

Arab world rallies behind morocco at fifa world cup after historic upset win over spain

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Arab world rallies behind Morocco at Fifa World Cup after historic upset win over Spain” – below is their description.

Morocco defeated Spain 3-0 in a penalty shoot-out to advance to the quarter-finals at the Fifa World Cup for the first time in tournament history. Supporters back home and across the Arab world rallied behind the Atlas Lions following their success in Qatar, where they are the last remaining team from a Muslim-majority country still in the tournament.

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