Karim El Ahmadi puts it after the world Cup, a point behind the interlandcarrière to France. The 34-year-old midfielder leave on Sunday knowing that he is in Egypt for the last time in action for the tournament.
“This will be my last games for the Moroccan national team,” says El Ahmadi on FOX Sports after the completion of the first-group competition in Morocco at the Africa Cup. “So, hopefully, we are as far away as possible.”
The former player of Feyenoord, and FC Twente and has played in 63 international matches for the Lions of the Atlas. There was one spot-on.
Against Namibia, it fell to El Ahmadi twenty minutes before the wake-up time. He started on the bench, as he suffered an injury. “I didn’t have aches, I have not been training for. The trainer in this arrangement is chosen,” he said.
Morocco-celebrating the only goal against the Netherlands. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
“This was very, very difficult’
Morocco recorded a tough win in south korea. It was only in the final stage, made Itamunua Keimuine with a clumsy own goal for the 1-0.
“It was very, very difficult”, said El Ahmadi. “I like to think that we are the better team, but the first match is always tricky to deal with. The weather was not too good. The most important thing is that we are the first race to have won the game.”
In accordance with the player from Al-Ittihad was in Morocco, also used on the opponent. “African football is different from other European countries. Now, we are going to be against cote d’ivoire will play. This is more of an European enemy.”
The match between Morocco and côte d’ivoire, is on Friday, the programme in Cairo, egypt.