Morocco went head to head against Spain in the world cup match round of 16. Morocco were seen as the underdogs going into this match considering the qualities of players who were in the Spain squad.
Morocco new that they could not match the Spanish in terms of game plan hence they decided to sit back and tried to contain the Spanish throughout the 120 minutes.
Every player on the pitch gave his all as was seen throughout the match. One player who caught the eyes was Chelsea winger, Hakim Zyech. He was seen willing to run in front and tracking back to help the defence.
This did not go unnoticed as former Chelsea defender Joe Cole was full of praise for the winger. Joe Cole said that he hasn't seen him put a shift like that for the last fives years.
Zyech seems to have made a name for himself in this world cup competition which could earn him a move in the winter transfer window. Zyech does not always get the game time he craves for at Chelsea which could push him to live
Various clubs such as AC Milan, Ajax and Manchester United have been linked with a move of him.
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