Doubts about Mazraoui's participation with the Moroccan national team against Belgium

There are doubts about Nosair Mazraoui's participation with the Moroccan national team against his Belgian counterpart, which is scheduled to be held tomorrow, Sunday, in the second round of the Group Six competitions in the FIFA World Cup.

Mazraoui, 25, suffered a thigh injury in Morocco's first World Cup match against Croatia.

Walid Rekragui, coach of the Moroccan national team, said in a press conference today, Saturday: “Mazraoui will also be absent from training today.

But I hope he will be available on Sunday.”

"We still have 24 hours before the game," he added.

We will determine this tomorrow morning, and we must also assess the risk that we are going to take.”

Mazraoui, who moved to Bayern Munich from Ajax last summer, is the fifth player from Bayern to be injured before or during the World Cup competitions in Qatar.

The Senegalese duo Bona Sarr and Sadio Mane missed the entire tournament.

Lucas Hernandez tore his cruciate knee ligament during France's first World Cup match.

Meanwhile, Leroy Sane hopes to play with the German national team against his Spanish counterpart, after suffering from a knee problem.

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