Morocco mentor Walid Regragui has encouraged his group to accept they can overcome stalwart Spain as

they endeavor to arrive at a first World Cup quarter-last. The north African side are in the last 16 for just the subsequent time in

the wake of progressing as champs of Gathering F in front of 2018 other participants Croatia, having crushed Belgium and Canada in Qatar.

"It will be a very testing game for us. We're facing one of the most mind-blowing footballing countries on the planet.

I believe they're one of the top choices to arrive at the last," Regragui said on Monday.

"All things considered, we've likewise got things at our disposal. We've had an additional one rest day contrasted with them

and we will attempt to haul an unexpected out of the pack. "In the event that we're ready to give Spain

the boot I think this will be a magnificent shock for us as well as for our country." Spain denied Morocco a popular success at

the 2018 World Cup with a last-wheeze balancer in a 2-2 draw, the main point the Moroccans got in Russia.

"We're not looking for vengeance by any means. We're not seeing what occurred before," said Regragui, who was named in August.

"We have another age and, for my purposes, the mindset needs to change with the Moroccan group.

Every one of the negative viewpoints, that is the old Morocco, we've changed. Our nation's changed."