FIFA World Cup in 2022: After Latter Helps Morocco Stun Spain in the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Kylian Mbappe’s Tweets for Achraf Hakimi Break the Internet Kylian Mbappe has won over the internet with a touching tweet for his PSG teammate Achraf Hakimi.
Morocco dazed the 2010 FIFA World Cup champions with a 3-0 win in the shootout after a goalless attraction to arrive at the World Cup quarterfinals.
After 120 minutes, Spain and Morocco could not be separated, and the game was decided in a shootout. Spain’s outing was one to remember because goalkeeper Yassine Bounou brilliantly saved two of their three penalties and they were unable to convert any of them.
Morocco, on the other hand, won the penalty shootout thanks to Hakimi’s decisive kick. The PSG star, who was born and raised in Madrid, scored a stunning penalty kick that sparked wild celebrations in the stands.
Morocco hopes to become the first African nation to reach the semifinals, so they will battle Portugal in the quarterfinals for a spot.
Kylian Mbappe posted a few touching tweets for his friend Achraf Hakimi on Twitter as soon as Morocco’s match against Spain ended.
He just tweeted, “ACHRAF HAKIMI,” followed by the emojis of a penguin, a love sign, and a crown in the first tweet. He added another tweet a few minutes later. He included a picture of Hakimi and himself in his second tweet.
Over a million people have liked the tweets, which quickly went viral.
In the meantime, Kylian Mbappe is having a tournament of a lifetime. He scored two goals just a few days ago to propel France past Poland and into the quarterfinals. France will currently clash against Britain in the last 8.
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