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16 Jul 2018
Morocco claim Cup on home soil
El Hadaoui’s lads win their game against Germany to become the champions of the BSWW Tour Morocco Cup Agadir 2018
A 3-1 win over German had Morocco clinching the BSWW Tour Morocco Cup Agadir 2018 yesterday. The hosts added three more points to their records to stay perfect in the competition and seal silverware in front of their own crowd.
Following their extra-time 2-1 win over Oman yesterday, Mustapha El Hadaoui’s side needed a new win over the Germans yesterday, and so they got.
Despite Metzler scared the hosts and the crowd, the Atlas Lions immediately reacted, turning score around before the end of the first period. Thinks kept tight for many minutes, with the Germans trying to balance the score back, but finally Aboutalbi doubled the distance and sealing the win for the hosts.
In turn, Oman did not miss the opportunity to secure the second place in the competition, and a 5-1 win over the young Ukrainian side got Talib Hilal’s the points they needed. Abdullah Sauti’s hat trick had things under control for the Omani side at all times, and Ukraine could only pull one goal back amid their opponent’s dominance.
This BSWW Tour Morocco Cup has also given the beach soccer fans the chance to start discovering new talents, who will for sure have a very relevant say soon in the top-flight beach soccer sphere. One of those new talents was Ukraine’s young forward, Yevhen Petrenko, who amazed everyone with an innate nose for the goal. With 7 goals, he was named the event’s top scorer.
For complete results, standings and awards, click here.
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