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Morocco Crushes Zambia at Futsal CAN

The Moroccan futsal team qualified officially for the semi-finals of the Futsal Africa Cup of Nations (Futsal CAN) after outclassing Zambia 13-0 on Monday at the Palais des Sports of the Prince Moulay Abdellah Sports Complex in Rabat, on day three day (group A) of the tournament.

The Atlas Lions got off to a flying start, scoring two goals after just four minutes, despite the defensive block that Zambian players formed.

Coach Hicham Dguig’s players put in a fine performance in the first half and scored eight goals.

Morocco’s goal scoring players were Bilal Bakkali, Soufian Charraoui, Anas El Ayyane (all three playing with a brace on their leg), Soufiane El Mesrar, Ismail Amazal, Idriss El Fenni, Othmane Elidrissi, Anas Dahani, Youssef Jouad, and Jackson Siwmawami (c.s.c).

With this victory, the Moroccan team is now in first place in Group A, with nine points from three wins over Angola, Ghana, and Zambia.

The eight teams which qualified for this year’s tournament are divided into two groups. Group A comprises two-time defending champions Morocco, Angola, Ghana, and Zambia, while Group B includes Egypt, Libya, Namibia, and Mauritania.

Futsal CAN runs until April 21 in Morocco.