The final match of this year’s FIFA club world cup is a feast of goal as Spanish giants Real Madrid defeat Odion Ighalo’s Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia 5 goals to 3.
Earlier this week, striker Ighalo made history helping Hilal reach the final becoming the only Nigerian to achieve this feat since Victor Moses in 2012.
Three goals scored before the first 30 minutes as Vinicius Junior and Federico Valverd put Los Blancos ahead before Malian Mousa Marega pulled one bacThe 2022 FIFA club world cup climax is a feast of goals as Spanish giants Real Madrid defeat Odion Ighalo’s Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia to win the 5th title for LosBlancos.
At the 45,000 capacity Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat, Morocco, three goals were scored before the first 30 minutes of the game.
Vinicius Junior and Federico Valverde put The-Whites ahead before Hilal’s Malian striker Mousa Marega pulled one back putting Hilal back in the game in the 26th minute.
In the second half Madrid captain Karim Benzema got on the score sheet to make it 3-1 before Valverde completes a brace to take the game beyond the reach of hard fighting Hilal at 4-1.
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The Saudi based team fought to save face and consolation was earned by calm striking prowess of Luciano Vietto outrunning the Madrid defense to make it 4-2.
Mercurial Vini Junior wrapped up scoring for Madrid with his own brace on the 69th minute 5-2.
A day for braces it was with Luciano Vietto scoring his second in the 79th minute to take the final scoreline to 5-3.
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