Wednesday , October 20 2021

Solari "Indiecito" of Real Madrid beats Al Ain in the final of the Club World Cup


A goal from Luka Modric opened the scoring in Abu Dhabi. The Merengue team was saved thanks to Ramos, who took a photo of El Shahat on the line.

Real Madrid, who heads Argentina's Santiago Solari, beat Al Ain 1-0 in the final of the Club World Cup. Merengue intends to become the first team to win three titles in the contest.

The Spanish club and Al Ain, who surprisingly knocked out River on penalties in the semifinals, face off at Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi with American referee Jair Marrufo.

Real Madrid, champion of the 2018 Champions League in the last tournament of Zinedine Zidane as DT and the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo as a symbol (moved to Juventus of Italy), is of course favorite to get his third consecutive World Cup, the fourth since the format change of the tournament, and exceed in number of titles for Barcelona.

Llorente made the first for Real Madrid when the game was just beginning, but the right club said "no". After a while El Shahat had a very clear answer when the clock struck 12 minutes: he escaped from the entire defense with the included goalkeeper but when he finished he appeared Sergio Ramos to save on the line.

However, a minute later, Modric opened the scoring with a goal from the area's crescent. E Vázquez made the second at 17, but the ball went very close to the right side of the Eisa goal.

Bale also had his chance at 20, with a left kick that Eisa covered well.


Al Ain (United Arab Emirates): Khalid Eisa; Mohamed Fayez, Ismail Ahmed, Mohamed Ahmed, Tsukasa Shiotani, Tongo Doumbia, Ahmed Barman, Hussein El Shahat, Caio, Mohamed Abdulrahman and Marcus Berg. DT: Zoran Mamic.

Real Madrid (Spain): Thibaut Courtois; Daniel Carvajal, Rafael Varane, Sergio Ramos, Marcelo; Marcos Llorente, Toni Kroos, Luka Modric; Lucas Vázquez, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema. DT: Santiago Solari.

OBJECTIVES: PT 13 & # 39; Modric (R)

Referee: Jair Marrufo (United States).
Stadium: Zayed Sports City Stadium (Abu Dhabi).
Start time: 1:30 p.m. (Argentina time).
TV: Fox Sports.

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