Morocco coach Herve Renard is still upset with their narrow 1-0 defeat to Portugal on Wednesday which he keeps blaming on poor officiating.
The Atlas Lions, who have been eliminated, will play their final game of the tournament against Spain on Monday.
“When you look back at what happened in our match with Portugal, you would not hesitate to say it is a total injustice,” Renard said.
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“On the goal they scored, there was a clear foul from Pepe at the other end of the post. I wonder why it was not seen.
Morocco are yet to claim a point at the Mundial after losing their opener to Iran and then falling to a Cristiano Ronaldo-led Seleçao.
However, Renard intends to take something home from their game against star-studded Spain on Thursday.
“I will play this last game as if we were going to qualify. I will try to cause a lot of problems to Spain to make our people, Moroccans, happy,” he said.
“That is my responsibility and I have to get the best out of it.”
With four points under their belt, Spain are not yet qualified to the next round.