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Real Madrid wins Club World Cup for the third year in a row

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Real Madrid wins Club World Cup for the third year in a row

Spanish club, Real Madrid have been crowned champions of the Club World Cup for the third year in a row after they defeated Al Ain 4-1 in the final clash which took place on Saturday night fin Abu Dhabi.

Luka Modric opened the scoring for Real in the first half before goals from Marcos Llorente and Sergio Ramos made the game safe after the break.

Tsukasa Shiotani scored a consolation goal four minutes from the end, but an own goal from Yahia Nader in the last few seconds restored Real’s three-goal advantage to ensure they are club champions of the world once again.

The result marks the third Club World Cup triumph in a row for Los Blancos after winning three straight Champions League trophies during a golden era under former coach Zinedine Zidane.

Real Madrid are now the most successful team in the Club World Cup after winning the title four times.

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