WORLD CUP: Neville is uncertain about Morocco’s approach to France’s Kylian Mbappe.

According to former England and Manchester United player Gary Neville, Kylian Mbappe will make the difference when France plays Morocco in the semifinal on Wednesday.

Mbappe is France’s main goal scorer.
The Golden Boot race leader.
A threat to bother Morocco’s defense
WHAT OCCURED? After defeating Belgium, Spain, and Portugal, Morocco is seen as a giant killer and will now play France, the current champions.

They will also face Mbappe, one of the competition’s brightest lights. A forward for PSG, he has five goals in the competition.

“When Morocco sat in, they also tried to play out of the small spaces in the defensive third, which reminded me of how sometimes England and I used to defend deep.

“That requires a lot of bravery, and they then attempt a counterattack. It’s been the story of the competition thus far, so it wouldn’t be shocking if they went and defeated France.

“Having said that, Mbappe makes a difference. Morocco might not be able to handle him, in my opinion. Despite their injuries and challenging games, it has been one of the tournament’s great storylines.”

Walid Regragui will be hoping Hakim Ziyech will be as outstanding as he has been in the previous games as France will place more hope in Mbappe’s pace, creativity, and ability to score at any time.

Mbappe’s arrival is anticipated to put Morocco’s defensive wall, which has only given up once thus far, to the test.

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