The captain of the Moroccan first football team, Romain Saiss, said that the Lions battalion will fight to win against Zambia, during the interview that took place tomorrow, Sunday, in the final round of the group stage of the African Cup of Nations competitions.
In his statements during the press conference that preceded the match, Saiss confirmed that the team is determined to improve the level it showed during the match with the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Dean of the Lions added that the national elements aim to take the lead in the group stage.
The same spokesman highlighted that holding the interview at night would contribute to providing good levels, stressing that weather factors affected the overall performance of the players during the last round.
The first Moroccan national football team officially qualified for the quarter-finals of the African Cup of Nations.
The Moroccan national team qualified after Ghana tied with two goals to Mozambique, and Cote d’Ivoire lost by four goals to zero against Equatorial Guinea.
The Lions will ensure their passage to the second round of the competition, regardless of the result of their match against Zambia.
The 4 best teams that ranked third are guaranteed to qualify for the next round, according to the law of the African Confederation of Football.