Soccer-Morocco to be more daring against Brazil than in World Cup says Regragui

FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 - Third-Place Playoff - Croatia v Morocco - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - December 17, 2022 Morocco coach Walid Regragui before the match REUTERS/Peter Cziborra

TANGIER, Morocco (Reuters) - World Cup semi-finalists Morocco will not hold back in their friendly against Brazil on Saturday as they aim to deliver a statement win against the five-time world champions in their first home game after an outstanding Qatar 2022 campaign.

Manager Walid Regragui said his team can afford to be more daring than they were in the World Cup where a solid defence were key to helping them eliminate more fancied Spain and Portugal on their way to the last four.

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