Morocco took their first three points at the Blind Football World Cup taking place in Bimingham, England after their victory against Mexico (3-0) on Wednesday.
Successful entry for Morocco to the Blind Football World Cup, which takes place from August 15 to 25 in Birmingham, England. The Atlas Lions disposed of Morocco on Wednesday on the first day of the group stage. Against the blind Mexicans, the Chérifiens won with the score of 3-0. Captain Abderrazak Hattab scored all three goals in the game.
A good start for Morocco, housed in group D alongside Iran, Brazil and Mexico. The Lions will face Brazil on Friday for their second game of the competition.
In addition to its 5 African Cup of Nations (CAN) titles, the last of which was won on September 23, 2022 in Morocco, the Cherifian blind football team also won bronze medals at the Tokyo Paralympic Games. Great arguments to pretend to climb on the roof of the world in this tournament.