After a convincing friendly victory over Brazil on Saturday March 25, Morocco will try to stay on their improbable cloud against Peru on Tuesday March 28.
Even before the match between Morocco and Peru scheduled for Tuesday, March 28, Peru's players came to blows outside their hotel on Monday evening. The police are said to have actually pushed midfielder Yoshimar Yotun into the crowd. Several of his teammates intervened, including goalkeeper Pedro Gallese, who apparently ended up in custody according to Marca. The Peruvian Football Federation, following up on this story, issued a statement in which it called for calm.
Peru therefore arrived in Spain for a friendly match against Morocco. Sportingly, Morocco overcame Brazil, the world's first nation in the FIFA rankings on Saturday March 25, 2 to 1. The African team continues to perform very well even after an idyllic World Cup in Qatar. The Moroccans undoubtedly hope to follow up on their form. Carried by a united collective, the men of Walid Regragui, favorites, must now assume their new status. They want to show that they have become serious candidates and a nation that can now be counted on in the future. She showed it against Brazil. It now remains to prove it over time. Even if Peru has some international experience, the "Bicolor" should largely be within reach of Hakimi and his family.
Morocco's second friendly in March will take place in Spain at the Cívitas Metropolitano (Madrid) at 9:30 p.m.
No television broadcast is planned in France for this friendly match between Morocco and Peru.
If there is no broadcast scheduled on a TV channel in France, there are streamings offered by sports betting sites. To access it, however, you have to deposit money.
Betclic: Morocco: 1.99 / Draw: 3.30 / Peru: 3.40
Unibet: Morocco: 1.97 / Draw: 3.35 / Peru: 3.42
Bwin: Morocco: 1.85 / Draw: 2.95 / Peru: 3.10
After their victory over Brazil, Morocco should face a theoretically weaker team. Walid Regragui should however renew his victorious team against Brazil. Peru will also present themselves with their major eleven.