DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Morocco is seeking to reach the World Cup’s knockout stage for the first time since 1986. Canada, already eliminated, is hoping to leave Qatar with its first win. Morocco would advance with a victory or a draw on Thursday night, and also could reach the round of 16 with a defeat depending on the result of Belgium’s match with Croatia. The Atlas Lions opened with a 0-0 tie against Croatia before upsetting second-ranked Belgium 2-0 on goals by Romain Saïss and Zakaria Aboukhlal.
Wales finished bottom of their group having only picked up one point and scored one goal.
Rashford, making his first England start since June last year, scored a fine free-kick to break the deadlock before rounding off the 3-0 victory after Phil Foden had doubled the lead. Rashford underwent shoulder surgery after the tournament and subsequently struggled for Manchester United, scoring just five goals all season and losing his place in Southgate's squad.