Morocco’s Wydad Casablanca won the Moroccan Professional Football League title this season, for the second consecutive season and for the twenty-second time in its history.
Wydad grabbed a tie with a taste of victory from the stadium of its host Mouloudia Oujda, on Wednesday, in the twenty-ninth (penultimate) stage of the competition, to officially crown the title without looking to meet its traditional rival, Raja Casablanca, who defeated its guest FAR 2-1 in the same stage.
Wydad, who won the African Champions League this year, rose to 63 points at the top of the local competition, 4 points ahead of its closest rivals, Raja, to officially win the championship before entering the final stage of the championship this season.
The first half ended with Mouloudia and Oujda advancing with two goals signed by Lamine Diakite in the sixth and 33rd minutes, respectively, but Wydad rose in the second half, which saw the first goal scored by Je Mbenza, before Jovel Tsumu scored the equalizer in the first minute of the calculated time instead. From the lost, who was enough to get the team nicknamed (Widad Al-Ummah) the title.