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Real makes history with 3rd FIFA CWC win

Real Madrid makes history by winning FIFA Club World Cup title

December 22, 2018 By Oscar Rojas
Los Blancos hardly broke a sweat to beat Al Ain with goals by Modric, Ramos, Llorente and an own goal caused by Vinicius.

Real Madrid avoided being shocked and did their homework by beating Al Ain in the 2018 FIFA Club World Cup final.

Los Blancos became the first team in this competition's history to win the title for a third straight season, cementing their reputation as one of the greatest clubs of all time. Furthermore, Los Blancos are now the most-winning team in this tournament, having won it in 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018.

Luka Modric's goal during the first half was key for Real Madrid to take control of the game, but it was Marcos Llorente's stunner that sealed the deal for the UEFA Champions League holders. This was the first goal for Llorente wearing Real's jersey.

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With this title, Real Madrid extends their lead as the most successful team in international competitions, having won 28 titles as of today. Their closest rival is AC Milan, who have won 25 international titles.

 


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