Royal Army Qualifies for Throne Cup Final with Deserved Victory over Maghreb Fez

The Royal Army team secured its place in the final match of the Moroccan Throne Cup for football after a convincing 2-0 victory over Maghreb Fez in the semi-final match held on Sunday at the Grand Stadium in Agadir.

The match began with timid attempts from Maghreb Fez, but the Royal Army quickly imposed its dominance on the game proceedings. The first goal for the military team came in the 28th minute through an own goal scored by Maghreb Fez defender Youssef Akerdoum, following a precise cross from Mohamed Mofid.

Royal Army continued its pressure in the second half and managed to add the second goal in the 60th minute through its star player Amine Zahzouh, benefiting from a pass by his teammate Ahmed Hamoudan, which Maghreb Fez goalkeeper Salaheddine Chehab failed to handle properly.

Despite attempts by coach Abdelhay Ben Sultan to adjust the situation through some substitutions, Maghreb Fez failed to threaten goalkeeper Mehdi Benabid’s goal or reduce the deficit.

With this victory, Royal Army secures its place in the Throne Cup final, awaiting the determination of its opponent, who will qualify from the other semi-final match between Raja Casablanca and Mouloudia Oujda, scheduled for Tuesday at the same stadium in Agadir.

About محمد الفاسي