The Moroccan national team flies to Côte d’Ivoire to participate in the 2023 African Nations… Pictures

Mission left Moroccan national team Her country is heading to Côte d’Ivoire in preparation for participating in the 2023 African Cup of Nations, from January 13 to February 11.

The official account of the Moroccan national team published pictures of the departure of the Atlantic Lions delegation, which set off towards Côte d’Ivoire to participate in the most expensive continental championship for the teams of the African continent.

All Arab and African hopes and ambitions are directed towards the Moroccan national team in the African Cup of Nations competitions in Côte d’Ivoire, where the Atlas Lions enter fourth in the world in the continental tournament after their unique achievement in the 2022 World Cup by finishing fourth in the World Cup.

Everyone is betting on the Atlantic Lions to go far to the final of the African Cup of Nations in Côte d’Ivoire and win the title amid the brilliance and high morale experienced by Walid Regragui’s sons.

Morocco plays in Group Six, alongside the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia and Tanzania, and the Atlantic Lions can qualify at the top of the group with ease.

The Moroccan national team will begin its campaign in the group stage of the African Cup of Nations, facing its counterpart, the Tanzania national team, on January 17, at seven o’clock in the evening, Cairo time.

The Atlas Lions will then face the Democratic Republic of Congo on January 21, the second of the fourth group stage matches, in the afternoon, Cairo time. The first stage of the continental championship will be concluded by facing the Zambian national team on January 24, at ten in the evening, Cairo time.

The six top-ranked teams participating in the 2024 African Nations draw are currently the most likely to win the continental competition title, and they are: Egypt, Côte d’Ivoire, Morocco, Senegal, Tunisia, and Algeria.

The Moroccan national team list for the 2023 African Cup of Nations is as follows:

Goalkeepers: Yassine Bounou, Mounir El Mohammadi, Mehdi Benabid

Defensive line: Ashraf Hakimi, Nassir Mazraoui, Yahya Attiya Allah, Nayef Akrad, Romain Saiss, Younes Abdel Hamid, Shadi Riyad, Abdel Kabir Abqar, Mohamed Al-Shaibi.

Midfield: Amir Richardson, Sofiane Amrabat, Osama Al-Azouzi, Salim Amalah, Bilal Al-Khanous, Ezzedine Ounahi, Ismail Al-Sibari, Amin Harith.

Offensive line: Hakim Ziyech, Amin Adly, Abdel Samad Zalzouli, Sofiane Boufal, Tariq Tisoudali, Youssef En-Nesyri, Ayoub El Kaabi.

Awnahi and Al-Nusayri

Bono with one of his colleagues in the Moroccan delegation
Bono with one of his colleagues in the Moroccan delegation

Hakimi and Amrabat
Hakimi and Amrabat

Morocco national team
Morocco national team

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