Morocco 0 Spain 0 (3-0 on penalties): Resilient Moroccans cause huge World Cup upset as they progress to quarter-finals

SPAIN PAIN SPAIN have been dumped OUT of the World Cup after losing to Morocco on penalties.

The 2010 champions struggled to break down the last remaining African nation in Qatar.

Morocco beat Spain on penalties in a dramatic last-16 clash

Achraf Hakimi scored the winning spot-kick with a cheeky chip

Bounou produced the goods with two saves

Sergio Busquets was the third Spain player to miss

It was heartache for 2010 champions Spain
At the other end, Walid Cheddira will feel he could have wrapped up a shock win inside normal time but squandered three great chances.

After a goalless 90 minutes, this tense clash headed into extra-time where Spain made most of the running and looked to grab a last-gasp winner.

Pablo Sarabia hit the post with a volley in the third minute of injury time as it went to penalties.

The late sub then thumped the post with Spain’s first effort in the shootout before Carlos Soler saw his effort saved.

Sergio Busquets also missed before Spanish-born Achraf Hakimi sealed it 3-0 with a dink.

It was a tightly-contested clash as both sides looked for the breakthrough

Achraf Hakimi went just over with a free-kick

Gavi was somehow denied by a fine save before the offside flag went up

Sergio Busquets and Marcos Llorente had to double up on Sofiane Boufal

The Atlas Lions had massive support in Qatar

Spain turned to Alvaro Morata to try and break the deadlock

Nico Williams had a glorious chance to win it in normal time

It was difficult viewing for Luis Enrique in the dugout

Unai Simon made a crucial save to deny Walid Cheddira

Author: Victor

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