The Morocco captain was in tears as he was carried off the pitch with 13 minutes remaining. Before the North African nation beat the Euro 2016 champions 1-0 on Saturday.
Youssef N-Nasiri’s header late in the first half made a stunning difference at Al Thumama as Morocco. with 10 men remaining in stoppage time. UFABET Became the first African nation to do so reach the World Cup semi-finals.
They will face the winner of England v France in the semi-finals on Wednesday. After halting Portugal’s dream of going beyond the quarter-finals for the first time since 2006.
But they may have to go on without Romain Syiss, who has played 176 games in both Championships. And the Premier League over six seasons with Wolves.
The 32-year-old returned to his feet at the end of the game and consoled former Wolves team-mate Neves.
He was one of several Morocco players who were suspected of an injury before the game. As well as duo Nayef Agerd and Sofiane Amrabat.
Agerd missed the Portugal game after suffering an injury in the round of 16 as he progressed past Spain. But Amrabat played the full 90 minutes on Saturday.
Saiss has been a key player in Morocco’s defense, conceding just one goal in five games in Qatar. Coming from an own goal against Canada by Agerd.