Morocco national team today suffered a second 2-1 defeat against Croatia in this year's World Cup finishing 4th with Croatia finishing third and the final game to be played tomorrow where France seeks to retain the cup against the South America Argentina.
Morocco became the first country in African history to qualify to the semi final in a World Cup tournament after defeating Portugal by a goal to nil receiving alot of praise and support form the whole of Africa and other Arab and Muslim countries.
Though they lost today's match,the Atlas Lions managed to receive lucrative amount of money from the tournament.According to the sources,Morocco has received $25 million equivalent to Kenya Shillings 30.8 billion.
Morocco topped group F with 7 points from 2 wins and 1 draw before defeating Spain in the round of 16 in a penalty shoot-out after 1-1draw in a regular time.
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