Soccer-Deadlocked Morocco and Spain head into extra time
The World Cup last-16 match between Morocco and Spain went into extra time on Tuesday with the sides locked at 0-0 after 90 minutes.
Morocco created the best of only a few chances in the first half, including a close-range header by defender Nayef Aguerd that flew over while Marco Asensio hit the side-netting for Spain who dominated possession but failed to show real threat. Opportunities in the second period were also limited.
The winners will earn a quarter-final clash with either Portugal or Switzerland who meet later on Tuesday.
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