WAC and Raja fans stunned anyone who continued their confrontation on Saturday in the first leg of the Arab Champions League final, after the "world" scenes that will remain immortal in the memory of the tournament, which has suffered in recent years. Negative and congested atmosphere among competing clubs !.

The match "Widad el-Qalb" and "Raja al-Shaab" - as they like to call them in Morocco - was attended by 45 thousand spectators at the stadium "Mohammed V complex", and ended with a 1-1 draw, as well as a hug between the players of the two teams, and their handshake with the UAE referee Mohammed Abdullah Hassan, amid The enthusiastic atmosphere is unprecedented, and even the followers behind the small screens wished that the television camera of Abu Dhabi Sports Channel would remain on the fans more than the game, especially as they painted the most beautiful paintings and made the performance of their teams a "more than an international".

The supporters of WAC expressed their love for their existence through the "TiVo" mobile carrying the form of "dragon", which surprised observers, and rotated others to carry red flags and cheering and ignite the "shamarik."

On the other hand, "Rajawiya" raised their green flags and kept jumping to shake the field, and presented the finest images in love of the green shirt, and encourage did not stop the enthusiasm of the players until they equalized in the second half, as well as playing a humanitarian role striking solidarity slogans with the supporter of the cancer-affected team Mohammed al-Simo and cheering his name on the stands.

Although the match brought together the two poles of Morocco, the largest city in Morocco, Casablanca, known for their historical hostility, they conveyed a civilized picture of a country that was supposed to host the 2010 World Cup before the votes of "FIFA" to South Africa.

The Casablanca confrontation opens up a torrent of questions, most notably: Why are not all the Arab confrontations in this way away from over-congestion and mobilization? Hasn't the Moroccan public offered lessons to the rest of the Arab masses, both sporting and ethical, within the limits of national responsibility to reflect the bright image of their country? When Arab clubs rise in front of the European media and players avoid distorting the image ?.

We did not see in the "Moroccan derby" a player assaulting his opponent, or another strongly objecting to the referee, or a star who sees himself larger than his club, or fans throwing bottles of water on the pitch, but the elements of the game to integrate the game in the best form, forced the Arab observers to Congratulations to Morocco and its fans on social media, for the content of professional content on the stadium and on the stands.

Finally, there are differences between the obsession with football and the bigotry of the ball.