Moroccan coach Legraji lost only one of his nine games since taking office, scoring 10 goals and losing 3 goals and 7 clean sheets.

December 15-in the just-concluded World Cup semi-finals, Morocco lost 0-2 to France and missed the final, and the trip to the dark horse came to an end.
According to statistics from the data website Squawka, Moroccan coach Ragraj has coached only nine games since taking office, but has lost only one (penalty shootout is a draw), scoring 10 goals and conceding 3 goals and seven games with zero opponents.
After Morocco announced the dismissal of former coach Harry Hodzic in August, Ragraj took office, leading Morocco all the way to the semi-finals, creating the best result for an African team in the World Cup.