Ronaldo Breaks Club World Cup Record

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Al Jazira increased their tempo after half-time and eventually found the back of the net through Mbark Boussoufa in the 57th minute.

Despite Real dominating the match at the Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi, it was the hosts who took a shock 41st-minute lead through Romarinho.

Gremio attacking midfielder Luan Guilherme believes that the FIFA Club World Cup final against Real Madrid is a great opportunity for him and his teammates to show their quality to the world.

Of being with his team-mates in the United Arab Emirates for the mid-season event, Ramos added: "It is like going on a camping trip, a bit more professional, but with your mates spending lots of time together".

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Madrid scored five in the first half against Sevilla on Saturday and could easily have had another handful but for some exceptional goalkeeping from Ali Khaseif. In the meantime, they made total 17 shots.

In 43rd minutes of the game, Al Jazira went ahead by scoring and sudden goal.

A superb free-kick from Cristiano Ronaldo broke the deadlock after 53 minutes, the five-time Ballon d'Or victor clipping the ball over the wall and into the bottom corner. In 81st minutes, coach Zidane replaced Benzema by Gareth Bale who was just returned from the injury. Bale took a feed from the right side from forward Lucas Vazquez. In last Tuesday at the first semi final, Gremio beat the Mexican club Pachuca by 1 - 0.

Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has once again written his name in the history books, this time at the FIFA Club World Cup for breaking a record jointly held by Lionel Messi, among others.