Celebrations of Morocco’s historic win spiralled across Africa to the heartbeat of Europe with Moroccans and other Africans in Frankfurt am Main Germany storming the streets immediately after Morocco stunned the Spaniards in a penalty shootout in celebration, driving through the streets, waving flags and honking their cars across the city.
In an extraordinary fashion and the spirit of victory over an opponent compared only to the biblical David and Goliath, residents of Frankfurt am Main some of which are still to recover from the early return of the German team, looked on in bewilderment as the usual calm and quietness which usually characterise most evenings was overwhelmed with unusual honking, shouting and celebrations on the streets of their beloved city.
The celebrations slowed traffic on some stretches of the city roads while some of the happy fans flogged into restaurants sharing food and drinks.
Fans and supporters of Morocco amidst celebration are now anticipating how much further the team can continue to punish the big teams after seeing off favourites Belgium and Spain in a bid for the trophy.
Morocco will be facing Ronaldo’s Portugal in their next encounter and have so far have recorded the strongest defence in the ongoing World Cup and facing a striking powerhouse in Portugal in their next game still does not shaken the festive mode of most Moroccan fans as one of them stated; no matter the outcome of their next match, they are happy to have come this far, making history and humiliating Spain in the process.