Walid Regragui, Morocco's head coach, is currently daydreaming of winning the current FIFA World Cup in Qatar. To defeat France tomorrow and go to the Qatar World Cup final, Regragui is confident in his team's ability.
We hope to take home the World Cup - Walid Regragui
Morocco is now focused on winning the championship after dazzlingly winning its group and knocking off pre-tournament favorites Portugal and Spain.
The much-reported distinction of being the "first African and Arab side to reach the semifinals" is not enough for the Moroccan head coach, although his squad has advanced to the top four of the world cup of football.
"Our dream is to win the World Cup, and the further we get along, the closer we are to realizing that objective, as I have been saying since the beginning. Before tomorrow's semifinal match against France, Regragui informed the media, "We will fight to advance.
Regragui also highlights how seriously the defending world champions should consider his Atlas Lions and shows confidence in his team's ability to hurt France.
"We won't make any more tactical moves. No Kylian exists. Achraf is too determined to defeat his friend and gives 200%, Regragui stated. The two players have developed a close bond at their French club Paris Saint-Germain, which they both play. Hakimi and Mbappe.
Hakimi tweeted: "See you soon, my friend," tagging his pal Mbappe after Morocco defeated Portugal to progress to the semifinals.
We want to change history
Even though his squad has just been showered with praise and adoration for making history, the hardworking Regragui believes that reaching the semifinals cannot be considered a good run.
He emphasized, "I will not declare that we have succeeded if we lose. However, we are among the top four teams in the world; we didn't just happen to be here. Tomorrow, we have a chance to make the final.
Regragui also addressed the injury list for his side. He states that the technical staff will decide who is fully prepared and who is nearly fit for tomorrow's encounter against France.
Regragi declared, "We want to create history for the Maghreb, Africa, and Morocco. On Wednesday at 8 o'clock in Al Bayt stadium, Morocco plays against France.
The French players are cautiously taking the match, although many analysts have labeled them tomorrow's favorites.
"We are aware that Morocco is not simply present by accident. But Raphael Varane of France, a defender, said, "It is up to us veteran players to ensure everyone is ready for another struggle.
Jules Kounde, a second French defender, also emphasized Morocco's impressive performance. The fact that the Moroccans have only given up one goal so far in the competition is amazing, Kounde said.