Real Madrid won the Club World Cup for the third year in succession with a 4-1 triumph over Al Ain in Abu Dhabi on Saturday.
The European heroes had little inconvenience in forgetting about Al Ain, whose unexpected rushed to the last incorporated a rebound from 3-0 down against Team Wellington and a stun semi-last win over River Plate.
The Spanish goliaths have now won a record four Club World Cup titles, pulling one clear of Barcelona.
Real supervisor Santiago Solari, who has needed to manage bits of gossip encompassing his future after Jose Mourinho’s sacking by Manchester United not long ago, named a solid side including Modric, Toni Kroos and Gareth Bale.
Ballon d’Or champ Modric gave Real a fourteenth moment lead, and Marcos Llorente’s fabulous volley wrapped up the success on the hour stamp before Sergio Ramos’ late third and Tsukasa Shiotani’s comfort.
Yahia Nader put through his own net in damage time as Real easily guaranteed their eleventh win in 13 amusements and a first trophy since Solari assumed control from the sacked Julen Lopetegui in October.
Al Ain began brilliantly and verged on taking a stun lead when Sweden worldwide striker Marcus Berg could just nudge the ball into the gloves of goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
Be that as it may, Real did not hold up long to make Berg pay, as Karim Benzema teed up Modric, who took a touch before twisting a fine left-footed strike into the base corner.
A second objective dependably looked prone to arrive within the near future, with Modric denied by an incredible spare from Al Ain goalkeeper Khalid Eisa.
In any case, the Emiratis hung in the diversion and could have leveled when Rayan Yaslam Mohamad Al Jaberi could just cut a shot out of play for a toss in.
Real multiplied their lead, however, as 23-year-old midfielder Llorente bored home his first objective for the club with a magnificent volley from simply outside the territory.
The diversion was all over as a challenge in the 79th moment when Ramos moved over the Al Ain barrier to control a trademark header into the net from Modric’s corner.
Shiotani looked in a Caio free-kick to get Al Ain a 86th-minute reassurance, however Nader diverted Junior Vinicius’ exertion past Eisa in the principal moment of included time.