The beat of Morocco will no longer be able to fill the streets with music. His milestone, which will be remembered in the history pages of the World Cup, has ended in the semi-finals of the World Cup. The journey of the first African and Arab team to qualify as one of the four finalists in a World Cup is already part of the collective memory and pride of much of the pan-Arab world. The sweet story of Morocco in Qatar, which has left iconic images such as the celebrations of the players with a Palestinian flag or hugging their mothers, has lived its epilogue against the reigning champions, a France as pragmatic as it is lethal. After tearing the hopes of the Moroccan team to shreds (2-0), the French team meets Messi’s Argentina in the final. Morocco will fight for third place with Croatia, a consolation prize, but which they will face with their heads held high.