At Stade Moulay Hassan, the baby Atlas Lionesses raced into a four goal lead thanks to strikes from Hiba Karimi, Douae Azizi, Doha El Madani and Kenza Laksiri to follow up on their 11-0 first leg win in Niamey.
Maysene Khelefi made it five 20 minutes after the restart before Laksiri bagged her second on the match and El Hannichi sealed the rout three minutes from time.
After an 11-0 first-leg win, Morocco didn’t rest on its hoarse as four goals from Hiba Karimi, Douae Azizi, Doha El Madani, and Kenza Laksiri gave the young Atlas Lionesses a four-goal lead at halftime.
More goals in the second half from Kenza Laksiri, Maysane Khelefi, and El Hanmichi lifted Morocco to a 7-0 triumph and 18-0 aggregate win.
Moroccan Under 17 (U-17) girls beat the Niger Republic 7-0 on Friday in the Third Round return leg fixture which makes it together with 18-0(AG)
Elsewhere, braces for Nancy Amoh and Constance Agyeman and a goal each for Georgina Ayisha Aoyem, Dejean Kubura and Mary Amponsah ensured Ghana’s humiliation of Guinea at the Cape Coast Stadium.
With the result, the Black Maidens, who won 4-1 in the first leg in Conakry progressed to the next round on a 10-1 aggregate win and will slug it out with Morocco for a ticket in India.
The Atlas Lionesses of Morocco will face Ghana in the fourth and final qualifying round.