‘Our pride’: Morocco keeps Africa’s hope alive in World Cup


              A Senegalese woman celebrates Morocco's win over Spain in a World Cup match played in Qatar, in Rabat, Morocco, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022. For many, Morocco’s underdog performance is the best story in the World Cup so far, with the hopes of the African continent soaring ahead of the match on Saturday against Portugal. Across the continent of more than 1 billion people, African fans are excited that Morocco has become the fourth team from an African country to ever qualify for the World Cup quarterfinals, and the first in a dozen years. (AP Photo/Mosa'ab Elshamy)
            
              People celebrate Morocco's win over Spain in a World Cup match played in Qatar, in Rabat, Morocco, Tuesday, 6, Dec., 2022.  For many, Morocco’s underdog performance is the best story in the World Cup so far, with the hopes of the African continent soaring ahead of the match on Saturday against Portugal. Across the continent of more than 1 billion people, African fans are excited that Morocco has become the fourth team from an African country to ever qualify for the World Cup quarterfinals, and the first in a dozen years. (AP Photo/Mosa'ab Elshamy)
‘Our pride’: Morocco keeps Africa’s hope alive in World Cup