The so-called “Red Fury” had a spectacular debut in the World Cup after beating their counterpart from Costa Rica 7-0, although they fell in level by drawing with Germany and losing against Japan (both already eliminated).
For its part, Morocco is one of the big surprises, since despite having a very gray initial match against Croatia, they managed to beat Belgium and Canada to be in the quarterfinals, so if they want to continue making history they must go first. by the team led by Luis Enrique.
If the economiesIf both nations took to the field, Spain would dominate from the beginning to the end of the match: since its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) exceeds the value of the production of the African nation by little more than 10 times, according to data from the Bank World (WB).
If the value of the GDP of the European country were divided by the number of its inhabitants, each Spaniard would receive $30,115, and if the same operation were carried out with Morocco, each Moroccan would receive $3,497.
Morocco can boast of having a lower unemployment rate than Spain, and even a lower level of debt.
The Moroccan team’s shirt is sponsored by Puma and its most valuable player is Achraf Hakimi, while its rival’s shirt is Adidas and its most valuable player is Pedri with 100 million euros.
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