Where'd he go? Morocco goalie disappears at World Cup game

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DOHA, Qatar (AP) -- Moroccan goalkeeper Yassine Bounou mysteriously disappeared before the kick-off of his team's World Cup match against Belgium on Sunday.
Bounou was named in the starting XI, came out with his team and, as usual, sang the national anthem before kick-off. But when the game started, reserve keeper Monir El Kajoui was in the Moroccan goal.
While there was no immediate statement from the Moroccan team or match officials at Al Thumama Stadium, Moroccan TV channel 2M said on its official Twitter account that Bounou felt dizzy just before kick-off and asked to be replaced.
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The 31-year-old Canadian-born is Morocco's No. 1 goalkeeper and plays for Spanish side Sevilla. He played in the 0-0 draw between Morocco and Croatia in the first round of group matches.
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