Real Madrid won the FIFA Club World Cup title for a record fifth time. In the final, Saudi club Al-Hilal was defeated by five goals against three. Vinnie Jr., Federico’s two, Karim Benzema scored one.
A high-scoring match between Saudi club Al-Hilal and Real Madrid took place in the FIFA Club World Cup final in Rabat, Morocco.
The Spanish club was overshadowed from the start. Vinny Jr. scored the first goal in the 13th minute, Federico doubled the lead five minutes later.
In the 26th minute, Musa gave Al Hilal hope by scoring the first goal. The first half ended with a score of two to one.
Karim Benzema and Federico scored goals in five minutes when the second half started.
Al-Hilal’s Luciano reduced the deficit by scoring five minutes later. Winnie Jr. scored another goal 6 minutes later to make the score 2-5.
Luciano scored the third goal for the Saudi club in the 79th minute.
However, at the end of the allotted time, the score was 3-5, with Real Madrid defeating Asian champions Al Hilal to win the FIFA Club World Cup for a record fifth time.