It was a moment of joy and greatness across Africa after Morocco national team beating Spain to qualify to the world cup quarter Finals in Qatar. Despite Spain being tough, Morocco played Defense to see the match between them end draw forcing them to go for an extra time then to penalties.
Well, Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance party leader Raila Odinga has sent powerful message to Morocco Football Team for winning today's match against Spain becoming the first African team to beat Spain in world cup finals. Raila took to his Facebook page to congratulate them for their hard work they had sho n while at the pitch.
"Wow, Morocco's Atlas Lions commendably gave their all in a thrilling encounter, carrying our
continent's hopes and dreams into the next round. Congratulations to them for their outstanding grit and teamwork. Great job," posted Raila on Facebook with a photo of Moroccans fans celebrating their gram's win.
Moroccans celebrate after beating Spain to qualify to world cup quarter Finals in Qatar.
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