Flamengo

form

All
FLA 2 - 0 PAL
W
GOI 0 - 3 FLA
W
FLA 0 - 2 CEA
L
FLA 1 - 2 FLU
L
FOR 0 - 0 FLA
D
FLA 4 - 3 BAH
W
FLA 4 - 1 SAN
W
BOT 0 - 1 FLA
W
RAC 1 - 1 FLA
D
SAO 3 - 0 FLA
L
Al Hilal

form

All
HIL 2 - 0 TAA
W
AHL 0 - 0 HIL
D
BAT 2 - 2 HIL
D
HIL 1 - 1 SHA
D
HIL 1 - 1 ITH
D
QUA 1 - 3 HIL
W
HIL 0 - 2 FAT
L
HIL 1 - 2 WAH
L
RAE 0 - 1 HIL
W
ITF 0 - 2 HIL
W
Head to Head
1 Matches (0 Draws)
1 Total wins 0
1 Home wins 0
0 Away wins 0
Last 5 Matches
1 Wins
0 Draw
0 Wins
FLA 3 - 1 HIL
3 Goals Scored 1
Games Over 2.5 Goals 1 / 1
Both Teams Scored 1 / 1
Team Comparison
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. This will be only the third FIFA Club World Cup meeting between a Brazilian and Saudi Arabian club, with the Brazilian side winning both of their previous such clashes, Corinthians 2-0 Al-Nassr in 2000 and São Paulo 3-2 Al-Ittihad in 2005.
  2. Asian sides have lost all five of their previous FIFA Club World matches against Brazilian opposition, conceding two or more goals in all five such encounters.
  3. Flamengo are competing in the FIFA Club World Cup for the very first time; they are the eighth side from Brazil to compete in the competition, more than any other nation (Mexico, 7).
  4. In what is Al-Hilal’s first ever appearance in the FIFA Club World Cup, they have become the second Saudi Arabian side to reach the semi-finals, after Al-Ittihad in 2005.
  5. Brazilian sides have won five of their previous seven semi-final matches at the Club World Cup, with the only two clubs from the nation to lose at this stage being Internacional in 2010 (0-2 v TP Mazembe) and Atlético Mineiro in 2013 (1-3 v Raja Casablanca).
  6. In defeating ES Tunis 1-0 in their quarter-final, Al-Hilal became the first side to win a Club World Cup match while also having a player sent off since Atlético Mineiro beat Guangzhou Evergrande 3-2 in the 2013 third-place play-off.
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