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Guinea-Bissau lost 5-0 to Morocco in a game of the third round of group I of the African qualification for the 2022 World Cup, in Qatar, played in Rabat.
Morocco opened the scoring in the 31st minute, by Achraf Hakimi, the second in the 45+1, with a penalty by Louza.
In the second half, on 49 minutes, Chair made it 3-0, El Kaabi on 62 minutes and El Haddadi on 82 minutes, scored the fourth and fifth goals for Morocco.
Morocco and Guinea-Bissau face each other again on Saturday in Casablanca, for the fourth round of group I, as the National Stadium 24 de Setembro, in Bissau, is banned by FIFA, due to poor conditions.
Guinea-Bissau lost the leadership of the group and has to win all the remaining games, with Morocco, Guinea Conakry and Sudan, to qualify for the group of African teams that will dispute the five places on the continent in the