Twitter has been flooded with hashtags #MoroccoVsFrance , #Moroccan, #Ziyech, #Dembele and many more following the semi-final match between Morocco and France. It was a highly skilled and hard-fought battle, which ended with the 2018 World Cup Champions France winning with two goals for nothing. The results of the match have prompted football fans to express their feelings on social media platforms such as Twitter and Instagram. The French fans have been celebrating their win, while Moroccan fans, along with fans from other African and Arab nations, have expressed their pride in how far the Moroccan team has come for the first time in FIFA World Cup history, regardless of their last loss.
Fans were tweeting throughout the game about how stressful this match is to watch with ‘ Morocco missing many chances to score’ .
Fans also took note of the fact that ‘ the French national team has a total of 15 players with #African heritage’ suggesting that the match is Africa Vs Africa.
In spite of whether the fans supported France or Morocco, football fans all over the world were taken away by the friendship between Kylian Mbappe and Achraf Hakimi. This is because ‘as soon as the match ended, Kylian Mbappe went straight over to console his good friend and teammate Achraf Hakimi, demonstrating that football is a game of great love.
As a show of support , the players exchanged jerseys after the match.
Fans from all around the world expressed their amazement and pride at how far the Moroccan team has come during this world cup. It is important for them to hold their heads high.
Fans are eagerly anticipating the World Cup Final, as if France wins, they will repeat as champions. With just 23 years old, this will be Mbappe’s second World Cup final.
Lionel Messi will be playing his last FIFA World Cup, so a victory for Argentina in the final would be a great ending for him.
After capturing the hearts and minds of the footballing world, Morocco’s aspirations came to a sad end. Morocco leaves the competition knowing that it has accomplished more than just success on the pitch by giving reigning champion France a run for its money.
It’s the first time in two decades that the defending World Cup champion has reached the final. France now faces Lionel Messi and Argentina in its quest to win the World Cup back-to-back.
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