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My three questions

1.what is my favourite football team?


2.Who are my 4 best friends?


3.What is my favourite movie?


My three questions

1. What is my favourite colour?

2. What is my favourite animal?

3. What are my two favourite flavours of ice-cream?

Maths fun week

This week was maths fun week and I am going to tell you about 3 of the fun maths that we did.


We did tessellation using shapes also tessellation is where two shapes join and when two shapes don't join it is not tessellation.


Then we also sang a song called seven wars and we will be singing it on Monday.

Finally we went on purple mash and played some times tables racing games and you have to answer the question to move forward and try to win the race.

Morocco vs Iran



Morocco 0 - 1 Iran 

Aziz Bouhaddouz put the ball into his own net with a diving header in the 95th minute to give Iran their first win at a World Cup finals since 1998.

The result was harsh on the African side, who had wasted numerous chances in the first half and were denied late on when Iran goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand produced a fine save from Hakim Ziyech. 

Man of the match was Mehdi Benatia Morocco (pictured below) made 92 passes with an 81.5% pass accuracy.



Morocco will now need a positive result when they play Portugal on Wednesday, 20 June (13:00 BST), before Iran play Spain at 19:00 BST on the same day.


Morocca World Cup 2018 Blog.

The Netherlands might be missing from the 2018 World Cup after a poor qualifying campaign, but some of their fans are getting ready to enjoy the tournament - thanks to Morocco.

That is because five Netherlands-born players are likely to feature for the North African nation in the Group B game against Iran on Friday.

Morocco's foreign-born contingent include midfielders Moubarak Boussoufa, Karim El Ahmadi, forward Hakim Ziyech, and the Amrabat brothers - forward Nordin and midfielder Sofyan.

Indeed, 17 of Morocco's 23-man squad in Russia were born outside the country but qualify to play because of dual nationality.

Players born in Europe now dominate many major African national teams and are actively sought out to strengthen sides.

So, while the Netherlands - runners-up in 2010 and third at the 2014 tournament - missed out after defeats by France and Bulgaria, there are many Oranje fans who will be backing Herve Renard's Morocco in Russia.

"I hope the Netherlands are solidly behind us - just as I, for all these years, have supported the Dutch national team at the World Cup when Morocco didn't participate," said Feyenoord midfielder El Ahmadi.

"I think that if we find each other, we can all be proud.

"I grew up in the Netherlands, but I must honestly say that when I hear the national anthem of

Morocco I feel a connection with the country."

While the Netherlands are missing their first World Cup since 2002, Morocco are making their first appearance for 20 years.

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