Abdel Rahman Mohamed: The key to Morocco's victory over Portugal is seriousness and focus

Abdulrahman Mohammed.

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The former star of the UAE national team, technical analyst, Abd al-Rahman Muhammad, said that the Moroccan national team is able to outperform Portugal in the quarter-finals of the World Cup "Qatar 2022" today, with seriousness, focus and exploitation of opportunities, especially in the face of a fast and powerful Portuguese attack.

He added to «Emirates Today»: «These points represent the key to superiority for Morocco, and it is very important for the «Atlas Lions» to play with the same seriousness and high concentration with which he played the Spain match, and won it with penalty kicks 3-0, in addition to the collective performance, and the exploitation of opportunities. In the required manner, putting pressure on Portugal's goal, and using the offensive power cards that he possesses, such as Hakim Ziyash, Youssef Al-Nusairi and Sufyan Boufal.

He stressed that Morocco is required to reduce individual and collective technical errors, especially those that are close to the penalty area of ​​the Moroccan national team, because Portugal is good at exploiting this type of violation, warning of the strengths that characterize Portugal, especially very dangerous players such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Bruno Fernandez and Goncalo. Ramos and Joao Felix.

He added, "We must be very careful about the strengths of Portugal, which is characterized by danger in the parties, and in reverse balls inside the penalty area, as well as through balls between defenders, in addition to proficiency in set pieces, as well as proficiency in short passes, and pressure on the goal."

Abdel Rahman Mohamed said that the Moroccan national team is playing against Portugal with high morale and great self-confidence, after the great superiority over Spain, and the great moral support it found from the Moroccan and Arab audiences. 

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