Hakimi thanks the fans on the return of the Moroccan team delegation from Conakry

Rabat: the Moroccan star Achraf Hakimi, French footballer of Paris Saint-Germain, thanked the Moroccan fans for the messages of support, on the arrival on Monday of the delegation of the Moroccan team in Rabat from the Guinean capital Conakry. The International Football Association (FIFA) announced on Sunday the postponement of the match, scheduled for Monday between Morocco and Guinea in Conakry, in the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, due to political unrest in Guinea. “Thank you for all your messages and support,” Hakimi said on Twitter on Monday morning as the Moroccan team’s delegation returned to Rabat. It has been a very difficult day, but thank God we are safe and sound in Morocco … Praise be to God ”. Thank you all for the messages and the support, it was a very busy day but thank God we are safe and sound in Morocco. Goodnight ✌🏾🇲🇦 #Alhamdulillah 🤲🏽 pic.twitter.com / 99nJYTVpbn – achrafhakimi (@AchrafHakimi) September 6, 2021 FIFA said in its statement on Sunday: “The current political and security situation in Guinea is extremely volatile and FIFA and CAF (Confederation of African Football) are closely monitoring the situation. ” FIFA added that the match was postponed “in order to preserve the safety of all players and to protect all those responsible for the match”. because of this. Immediately after the CAF announced in a statement that the match had been postponed, the Moroccan team boarded a plane bound for their country. Conakry witnessed a series of gunfights on Sunday amid reports that Guinean army forces have been deployed to the streets and that there has been a military coup to overthrow President Alpha Condé and that he has been arrested. (Dpa)

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