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 By Matt McGinn

Cristiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric star as Real Madrid hoist Club World Cup

Cristiano Ronaldo's free kick early in the second half would be all Real Madrid would need to claim the Club World Cup title.

Real Madrid have won five titles in a calendar year for the first time in the club's history after a comfortable 1-0 victory over Gremio in the Club World Cup final in Abu Dhabi. Cristiano Ronaldo scored the only goal of the game with a free kick after 53 minutes.

Los Blancos have not lost an international final since falling to defeat against Boca Juniors in 2000 in the then-named Intercontinental Cup, a winning run that stretches 12 matches. 

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Real Madrid became the...

 By Tim Vickery

Real's Club World Cup win vs. Gremio highlights football's chasm in quality

Gremio had few pretensions of outplaying Real Madrid in the final of the Club World Cup. Their aim was to outscore them. But hard though they fought, they could not muster a single shot on target as they fell to a single-goal defeat that could have been much heavier.

The game plan of the South American champions was clear: The focus was on aggressive defence -- at one point, too aggressive. Before a Gremio player had even touched the ball, centre-back Pedro Geromel went into the Real half to...

Real Madrid win Club World Cup as Ronaldo again stars on the big stage

Cristiano Ronaldo's free kick early in the second half would be all Real Madrid would need to claim the Club World Cup title.

Three quick thoughts as Real Madrid retain the Club World Cup by beating Gremio 1-0 in Saturday's final in Abu Dhabi.

1. Ronaldo again the matchwinner 

Cristiano Ronaldo was again the matchwinner as Real Madrid retained the Club World Cup with a very comfortable 1-0 victory against a battling but limited Gremio side at Abu Dhabi's Zayed Sports City Stadium on Saturday evening.

Madrid dominated possession throughout the first half without really testing Gremio goalkeeper Marcelo Grohe, with...

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Zinedine Zidane hints at interest in Liverpool star Mohamed Salah

With the calendar soon turning over to the new year, the gossip ahead of the January transfer window is heating up. Transfer Talk brings you all the latest rumours.

Zidane hints at Salah interest

This might sound like 2 + 2 = 5, but Zinedine Zidane has been impressed with Mohamed Salah's displays for Liverpool and could try to bring the forward to Real Madrid, according to the Sun.

Salah has been in fine form since moving to Anfield in the summer and leads the Premier League goal-scoring chart...

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid can't afford to overlook Gremio in Club World Cup with Clasico next

The FC crew answer your tweets defending Manchester United's season so far and question if Gremio can give Real Madrid problems in the Club World Cup final.
Real Madrid's Zinedine Zidane seemed unimpressed with the use of video technology in their Club World Cup win over Al-Jazira.

Real Madrid will seek to retain their Club World Cup title against Brazilian side Gremio on Saturday in the Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi after both sides were made to work harder than expected to reach the showpiece game. 

Zinedine Zidane's Real were extremely fortunate to get past Al-Jazira in the semi-finals while Gremio laboured to victory over Mexican outfit Pachuca, courtesy of a wonder goal in extra time from substitute Everton.  

Renato "Gaucho" Portaluppi, who may...

 By Shaka Hislop

Power Rankings: Man City stay top, Man United drop, Real Madrid return

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop presents his latest power rankings, as Man City remain top and Real Madrid crack the top 10.
The FC panel discuss the positive impact Pep Guardiola has had on English football and whether or not his City side can finish the season unbeaten.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden and Man City correspondent Jonathan Smith assess City's chances of finishing the Premier League season unbeaten.
Janusz Michallik and Mark Donaldson delve into the finer points of Man City's derby win and its impact on the title race.

Is there any stopping the top team in England? They stay at No. 1, while below them, their local rivals slip and two Portuguese sides are on the up.

Dropping out: Chelsea, Liverpool.

Agree? Disagree? Let us know, and watch Shaka defend his picks on ESPN FC TV!

Shaka Hislop played for over 10 years in the Premier League and represented Trinidad and Tobago at the 2006 World Cup. Watch him on ESPN FC TV!