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- Mustapha Hadji has joined the search for victims of the Morocco earthquake
- Morocco suffered one of the worst disasters in recent times after a 6.8-magnitude earthquake
- The Atlas Lions' AFCON qualifier against Liberia has been cancelled
Former Morocco forward, Mustapha Hadji, joined in the search for missing persons from the earthquake which hit the North African country last Friday.
Several lives have been lost while others are yet to be accounted for after a 6.8 magnitude earthquake hit the mountainous part of the country.
Moroccans have come together to help rebuild the destroyed areas as the search for survivors continues.
In photos shared on social media, Hadji was spotted with drillers in the town of Ami Natala of the Al-Hazouz province helping in the removal of wreckage to make space for the rescue mission.
Hadji is revered in Morocco for his service to the national team, where he made 63 appearances and scored 12 goals for the former African champions. The 51-year-old led Morocco to the final of AFCON 2004, where they lost to the hosts Tunisia.
Players of the Moroccan national team as well as some high ranking officials of the country have donated blood to victims of the earthquake.
However, the team paid tribute to the lost ones before their game against Burkina Faso on Tuesday.
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Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Players of the Moroccan national team led the way by donating blood to victims of the devastating earthquake which hit the country on Friday night.
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Over 800 people have been reported dead while many are yet to be accounted for following the 6.8 magnitude earthquake.
The Moroccan national team has had its Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Liberia postponed due to the disaster with players sending in their message of condolence to the affected families.
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Over 800 people have reportedly died from the 6.8 magnitude earthquake.
According to multiple reports, the number keeps rising with many yet to be accounted for since Friday night.