Wednesday, January 14, 2015

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Yannick Thiese, from the Netherlands, travelled to Morocco to watch Carlo Ancelotti's side beat San Lorenzo before meeting TOYOTA Match Award winner Sergio Ramos

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

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The 34-year-old has accused Los Blancos of going to ground far too easily in Saturday's meeting in Marrakech, claiming the European champions are not used to "physical contact"

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Uefa spokesman Pedro Pinto insists the pair greeted one another before the Club World Cup and says the Frenchman is saddened by claims he does not like the Portuguese star

Sunday, December 21, 2014

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The Club World Cup winners are on a 22-game winning streak and have been backed to continue that run of form by Edgardo Bauza, whose side were powerless to resists los Blancos

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The Italian believes the dramatic Copa del Rey final victory over Barcelona gave his side the confidence which has seen them win 22 straight games in all competitions

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The Real Madrid forward remains on frosty terms with the Uefa president following the Frenchman's comment that he should be overlooked for the Ballon d'Or this year

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The striker is hopeful that his match-winning form for the New Zealanders alerts the authorities in his homeland to his potential as he eyes an international place

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The Real Madrid defender was named the tournament's best player on Saturday, ahead of his team-mate and Auckland City captain Ivan Vucelich, after Los Blancos won the trophy

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The Welshman was on target in his third final of 2014 as the Champions League holders claimed the Club World Cup in Morocco by beating Argentine side San Lorenzo 2-0 on Saturday

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The Spaniard was on hand to open the scoring as his side cruised past San Lorenzo and proved again that his appetite for trophies has not diminished

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Goals from Sergio Ramos and Gareth Bale wrapped up the Club World Cup title for los Blancos, with the Spanish giants enjoying a comfortable win over their Argentine opponents

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Carlo Ancelotti's men could confirm their status as the best team on the planet with a win over the Copa Libertadores winners in Morocco in the Club World Cup final

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With Sanni Issa's winning penalty, the Oceanian part-timers overcame the champions of Concacaf, Cruz Azul, to finish behind only Real Madrid and San Lorenzo in Morocco

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Ryan De Vries put the New Zealanders ahead and although their Mexican opponents levelled through Joao Rojas, Ramon Tribulietx's men prevailed in the shootout

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Readers in the UK and Republic of Ireland can watch los Blancos take on the Copa Libertadores holders from 19:00GMT, after the third-place play-off stream which started at 16:00GMT

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The Mexicans will be favourites to prevail in Morocco but their New Zealand opponents have proven a tough side to beat thus far

Saturday, December 20, 2014

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After being defeated in the semi-finals, will the Mexicans salvage some pride or can the part-timers from New Zealand cause a shock in the Club World Cup third-place play-off?