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Morocco ace fluffs his lines badly vs Croatia as West Ham watch World Cup clash

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Morocco ace fluffs his lines badly vs Croatia as West Ham watch World Cup clash

Youssef En-Nesyri badly fluffed his lines for Morocco vs Croatia with West Ham watching today’s World Cup clash.

All eyes were on the early kick-off this morning, with Morocco taking on Croatia in the World Cup group stages.

West Ham manger David Moyes, the club’s scouts and the fans would have all had keen eyes on the game.

And not just because Hammers centre-back Nayef Aguerd was starting for Morocco.

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West Ham boss Moyes allegedly wants to bring Youssef En-Nesyri to the London Stadium from Sevilla in the January transfer window.

The Scot surely wouldn’t have been impressed with his performance in Morocco’s World Cup opener out in Qatar this morning though…

Morocco ace fluffs lines vs Croatia as West Ham watch World Cup clash

The powers that be at the London Stadium would have undoubtedly been keeping a close eye on not only Aguerd but En-Nesyri as well this morning.

The striker is allegedly keen to join the Hammers in the January transfer window.

And the 25-year-old striker badly failed his audition ahead of a potential move to the Premier League.

En-Nesyri missed a great headed chance in the first-half and in the second-half, he was completely anonymous in all fairness.

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The Moroccan seems to be nowhere near the levels that he was showing for Sevilla last year.

It must also be noted that he really doesn’t look strong or robust enough to play in the Premier League.

Today’s Morocco vs Croatia World Cup clash was obviously only one game, and En-Nesyri may well improve as the tournament goes on.

His performance today will not have convinced David Moyes one little bit though.

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