Moroccan Goal Keeper Yassine Bounou Played In Kochi: In other words, the Spanish club introduced him. He has played in several bullfighting clubs in the country. Yassine Bounou’s hand knocked Spain out of the World Cup.
The Morocco goalkeeper played in this country four years ago. It may sound surprising but it is true. There was a tournament in Kochi in 2018. He came to India to play for the Spanish La Liga club Girona. In that pre-season preparatory tournament, Kerala Blasters, Australia played. Melbourne City FC. Girona won the first match by half a dozen goals. His one saves in that match was quite remarkable. Bonus did not play for Girona in the next match against Kerala Blasters. He was rested. Although Girona won that match 5-0. The tournament was also won by Spain. the club
Bono lives in Spain all year round. He saved shots from Carlos Soler and Sergio Busquets in the pre-quarterfinal against Spain. Before that, however, a shot from Spain hit the post in the penalty shootout. Bono alone broke the hearts of the Spaniards in the penalty shoot-out. Morocco reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup for the first time.
Ghana played in the quarter-finals of the 2010 World Cup. Now Morocco. He was repeatedly distracting Spain’s players during the penalty shoot-out.
Bono was born in Montreal, Canada. He moved to Morocco with his family at an early age. He joined Waydad Casablanca Club at the age of 8. He played in that club till the age of 19. Played 11 matches for the Casablanca club. At the age of 21, he played for Atletico Madrid’s ‘B’ team. But there was no place in the main team.
In 2014, Atletico Madrid moved to Zaragoza. Bono then joined Girona. Girona comes up in La Liga. He played in Girona until 2019. From there, the Moroccan goalkeeper joined Sevilla on loan.
Bono played against Croatia in Qatar World Cup. He was named against Belgium. He also sang the national anthem with the team. He is seen standing with gloves on his head. But he didn’t play. Morocco’s head coach said Bono was feeling sick physically. As a result, Munir played in Bono’s place at the last minute. Morocco beat Belgium 2-0. Bono stands under the bar again against Canada. Morocco won that match 2-1. Then Bono stopped Spain in the pre-quarter finals yesterday.
A picture of Achraf Hakimi with his mother has spread on social media. Hakimi took the crucial shot in the penalty shootout. His Panenka sent Morocco into the quarter-finals. Hakimi’s mother is seen kissing her son after sending the team to the last eight. Hakimi grew up on the streets of Madrid. Hakimi could have played for Spain. But decided to play for Morocco. Hakimir’s parents made great sacrifices for their son’s development. Hakimi once said, he is dedicating his football career to his parents. That’s why Hakimi ran to the gallery after scoring from the penalty shootout. He hugged his mother. Mom kept kissing him. After writing a fairy tale in Qatar, the reunion picture of mother and son has become a joke.