Ahead of the second-round clash against Spain, the head coach of the Atlas Lions of Morocco Walid Ragragui has tagged the match as the most important of their career.
Morocco finished on top of their group with 7 points ahead of more established teams like Belgium and Croatia.
They will confront Spain in the second round of the competition on Tuesday as they continue their quest to rewrite history in the FIFA World Cup.
While reacting to the upcoming match, the coach said is not saying they will win the World Cup but they will create history in the tournament.
“We can go down in history and will leave everything on the pitch. It’s the most important game in our lives, but we can’t make it too big.
I never said we would win the World Cup, but we have to dare to dream. How else will we achieve success?”, he said.