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Viral Footage Shows Morocco Fan Savagely Trolling Spain After World Cup Elimination
- An overly-excited Morocco fan taunted Spain after suffering World Cup elimination at the hands of the African nation
- Spain's shock defeat to Morocco gives La Roja the unwanted record of losing more penalty shoot-outs than any other team in World Cup history
- Meanwhile, Morocco will have the opportunity to break the semifinal glass ceiling when they face Portugal in the quarter-finals on Saturday, December 10
Spain's national team were subjected to savage trolls by a Moroccan fan following their exit from the 2022 World Cup on Tuesday.
Walid Regragui's charges braved the odds as underdogs to shock former world champions Spain to punch a ticket to the quarterfinals via penalty shootouts.
The stunning win for Morocco caused wild celebrations among fans at the Education City Stadium to earth-shattering jubilation back home in Casablanca and Rabat, GOAL reports.
Amid the fanfare of Morocco's qualification, an ecstatic fan aimed a sly dig at Spain on the back of their elimination.
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In the viral video, which has crossed 5 million views, the young supporter standing by Spain's team bus savagely trolled La Roja, sarcastically praising them for their efforts.
He went a notch higher with his taunts, pointing towards the direction of the airport in a bid to emphasize their elimination from the tournament.
In the process of eliminating Spain at the last-16 stage, the Atlas Lions became the first African side to win a knockout match at the World Cup on penalties.
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Morocco fans celebrate wildly
The city of Rabat was overwhelmed by excited supporters of Morocco, following their historic World Cup win over Spain in the last 16 on Tuesday.
The Atlas Lions became the first African nation to win on penalty shootouts in the history of the tournament.
The Walid Regragui-tutored side achieved this long-awaited milestone by beating La Roja 3-0 on penalties, after a nerve-shredding 90 minutes plus 30 minutes of extra time.
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Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Manchester United keeper David de Gea appeared to troll Spain following their embarrassing elimination from the World Cup on Tuesday, December 6.
La Roja were sent packing from the ongoing World Cup in Qatar after they suffered a 3-0 defeat in a penalty shootout at the hands of Morocco.
Spain were firm favourites to see off the north Africans in the last 16 cracker and seal a spot in the quarterfinals.