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PSG Star Achraf Hakimi Visits Orphans in Morocco on Eid Day

On Eid Day in Morocco, PSG star Achraf Hakimi spends time with orphans.

Achraf Hakimi, a defender for Paris-Saint-Germain, traveled to Morocco during Eid-ul-Fitr to spend time with orphans from the Bab Rayan Association.

The youngsters were helped by the Morocco right-back with a variety of objects as they joyfully and merrily celebrated the Islamic festival.

Hakimi was seen engaging and playing with the kids in a video that was posted on social media as they sang lovely Moroccan tunes.

Hakimi, a devout Muslim, was abiding by one of the major tenets of his faith, which has to do with helping others who are less fortunate.

The 24-year-old is having a fantastic season in France with PSG as the national champions draw closer to repeating as champions.

He was a member of the legendary Morocco squad that advanced to the 2022 World Cup semifinals.

The only African country to get to the FIFA World Cup semifinals is the North Africans.

On Friday, Hakimi was at full strength as PSG beat Angers 2-1 in Ligue 1.

On Friday night against Angers, Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe of Paris Saint-Germain once again worked together to deadly effect.

After only 9 minutes, Mbappe gave the Parisians the lead. After a magnificent performance by Messi, the Frenchman wasted little time in grabbing a hat trick 17 minutes later.

The Argentine sensation scooped up the ball from a distance of around 40 yards, and he then produced an exquisite through pass that sliced through the defense of Angers.

After the Ligue 1 match against RC Lens, Ghanaian player Abdul Samed Salis apologized. Paris Saint-Germain defender Achraf Hakimi has reacted.

The Black Stars midfielder was dismissed in the 19th minute of the top-of-the-table match at Parc des Princes for a careless challenge on the Moroccan.

Due to Salis’ dismissal, RC Lens had to finish the game with 10 men and ultimately fell to the home team 3-1 on goals from Kylian Mbappe, Vitinha, and Lionel Messi.

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