It was a historic match at the Education City Stadium as Morocco beat Spain on penalties. The Atlas Lions reach their first ever World Cup quarter-finals. Our sports editor Simon Harding was at the game, and even though it finished 0-0 in regulation time, it was one of the most enthralling results of this tournament. Meanwhile, the specialists had predicted a balanced game between Portugal and Switzerland, but it ended with a spectacular 6-1 result in favour of the Portuguese, who immediately imposed their rhythm as the Swiss struggled not to concede any more goals.One player who made a lot of noise during this game was Portugal's Gonçalo Ramos. The 21-year-old started in the position usually occupied by Cristiano Ronaldo and scored a hat-trick for his team, a first since 1966. Read more on FRANCE 24 EnglishRead also:Moroccans across the world celebrate historic World Cup victory over SpainPortugal clobber Switzerland, sailing through to World Cup quarter-finalsMorocco beat Spain with penalty kicks to reach World Cup quarter-finals
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A HEREFORD business being forced out of its current home says work is "well underway" at its new home.
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Workers downed tools on Thursday on the first of two days of strike action.
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