On December 6, the match of the 1/8 finals of the World Cup will take place, in which the national team of Morocco will play with the national team of Spain. The forecast for this match is given by the well-known commentator of Match TV Konstantin Genich.The Moroccans have already surprised at this tournament, having managed to get out of their group from the first place, having such powerful teams as the national teams of Croatia and Belgium in their rivals.
For three matches, they conceded only 1 goal, and from the outsider of their quartet, the Canadian national team, and the ladies of the Atlas Lions scored the ball in their own goal. The composition of the national team of Morocco looks like a solid team, where there are such masters as Ziesh, en-Nesiri, Mazraoui, Hakimi and Bunu.The Spanish national team took second place in its group, although some suggest that in the last match Luis Enrique's team decided to choose a simpler tournament bracket, which is why they lost to the Japanese national team (1:2).
In general, she showed good football, but the game for her develops certain differences – there are very solid segments, but there are also frankly disastrous ones, which must be taken into account before the departure matches.It is not easy to guess in which composition the "red fury" will enter this match.
Will it be a "false nine", or the use of Morata on the edge. Perhaps he will appear as a substitute during the match, but he is scoring in every match now, so he must definitely appear on the field. Compared to the 2018 World Cup, the composition of the Spaniards has changed radically - except for the extreme defenders Alba and Carvajal, as well as Busquets in the support zone.Konstantin Genich clearly sees the Spaniards as the favorite of the match, betting on their victory in regular time through a smaller total, because they will have a lot of possession of the ball, so they will not miss much.
So, most likely, there is no need to wait for a scoring extravaganza here. The expert is also waiting for Morata's next goal, even if he comes on the field only as a substitute.