Congo (COD) vs Morocco (WCQ - First Leg) 1 - 1 (Final)

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Congo (COD) vs Morocco (WCQ - First Leg) 1 - 1 (Final)

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Game started on a bright note for Morocco. Dominating for the first 10 mins...
But against the run of play COD scored off a brilliant cross that was mistakenly redirected into its goal by the Moroccan captain.
COD 1 Morocco 0 (17 mins)
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My ticket don tear already lol
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is that astro or grass?
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I think it is grass. Beautiful field.
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COD looking the part, containing morocco well
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wow, COD just wasted a good counter attacking opportunity
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should've scored there to make it 2-0
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Have a very hard time understanding what Morocco is doing here just passing the ball in their own half...
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Interesting game.

DRC ahead.
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One day, black Africa will learn how to keep it simple in playing this beautiful game.

Pesin pass you ball, and you begin do unnecessary gyration... pass to your open guy, with a degree of difficulty of 1... no! You will attempt a pass that has a degree of difficulty of 8. :oops: :oops: :oops:
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they look shocked by that goal, probably thot game was gonna be smooth sailing
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Abbey wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 4:25 pm I think it is grass. Beautiful field.
Looks synthetic to me abi my eyes dey deceive me, especially the way the ball is bouncing on it and the rubber that kicks up when the ball is struck.
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the opening was there for an early thru ball. African plyers and holding the ball too long...
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maceo4 wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 4:47 pm
Abbey wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 4:25 pm I think it is grass. Beautiful field.
Looks synthetic to me abi my eyes dey deceive me, especially the way the ball is bouncing on it and the rubber that kicks up when the ball is struck.
I believe you are right...
Looks synthetic.
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Cellular wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 4:44 pm One day, black Africa will learn how to keep it simple in playing this beautiful game.

Pesin pass you ball, and you begin do unnecessary gyration... pass to your open guy, with a degree of difficulty of 1... no! You will attempt a pass that has a degree of difficulty of 8. :oops: :oops: :oops:


It is so frustrating to watch...
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Cellular wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 4:44 pm One day, black Africa will learn how to keep it simple in playing this beautiful game.

Pesin pass you ball, and you begin do unnecessary gyration... pass to your open guy, with a degree of difficulty of 1... no! You will attempt a pass that has a degree of difficulty of 8. :oops: :oops: :oops:
as in, too much caressing of ball, so many opportunities but head down and run instead of give and goes, i don't understand
this game could have been over this half
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Morocco didn't turn up this half, Congo have played their part well, crowd the midfield, press well and quickly and when counter attacking, they have moved the ball quickly but they need to improve on the quick passes to create better opportunities, good game
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If only African footballers can appreciate the concept of a quick release
of the ball instead of unnecessary dribbles. DRC should have been up at least
by two goals in this game. A 1-0 Congo win or a tie at home should spell the end
of their world cup ambitions.
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I like this Ref.

Is he South African dude?
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what a useless player. even a PK he cannot kick!
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Cellular wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 4:44 pm One day, black Africa will learn how to keep it simple in playing this beautiful game.

Pesin pass you ball, and you begin do unnecessary gyration... pass to your open guy, with a degree of difficulty of 1... no! You will attempt a pass that has a degree of difficulty of 8. :oops: :oops: :oops:
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Had a feeling he was going to miss. One of the most inept players on the Maroc team tasked with a PK
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Morocco look like they are playing in slow motion..
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