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Malaga striker Roque Santa Cruz set for Cruz Azul switch

Roque Santa Cruz has confirmed he is close to leaving Malaga.

Malaga striker Roque Santa Cruz is set to complete a move to Mexican side Cruz Azul.

The Paraguay international arrived in Mexico early on Tuesday morning and is expected to sign a two-year contract with the club.

The 33-year-old joined Malaga, initially on loan, from Manchester City in 2012 but is now set to leave Europe 15 years after his arrival at Bayern Munich.

The EFE news agency quoted Santa Cruz as telling Mexican media that the "negotiation is well advanced" and that his presence suggests...

 By PA Sport

Real Madrid beat San Lorenzo to take Club World Cup crown

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Real Madrid celebrate winning the Club World Cup.

Real Madrid landed their fourth title of the year by recording their 22nd straight victory to win the Club World Cup.

The European champions defeated Argentine side San Lorenzo 2-0 in Marrakech on Saturday night to add the global crown to their Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and Copa del Rey triumphs.

Sergio Ramos headed the opener after 37 minutes and Gareth Bale made it two six minutes after the break as Madrid claimed their maiden Club World Cup title.

The goal completed a hat trick of major...

Auckland City beat Cruz Azul on penalties for third place

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Auckland City celebrate their victory in the Club World Cup third-place game.

Auckland City ended their surprising run at the Club World Cup by winning the third-place game on penalties, besting CONCACAF champions Cruz Azul of Mexico.

Ryan De Vries scored the opener for the New Zealand team just before the opener, and although Joao Rojas equalised in the second half, Auckland City prevailed 4-2 on penalties.

The semi-professional side won their third match of the tournament after beating hosts Moghreb Tetouan in the opening game and African champions ES Setif.

They also pushed...

Moroccan sports minister suspended over Club World Cup wet pitch

Cruz Azul booked a semi-final showdown with Real Madrid at the FIFA Club World Cup after defeating Western Sydney Wanderers, 3-1.

RABAT, Morocco -- The king of Morocco suspended the country's sports minister of his duties for the Club World Cup on Friday and ordered an investigation into the state of the pitch at Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat after heavy rain disrupted a match.

Last Saturday, players from Mexican club Cruz Azul and Australian team Western Sydney Wanderers were slipping and sliding through pools of water on the field after a heavy downpour.

The international players' union asked FIFA for an investigation,...

FIFPro urges FIFA to probe Club World Cup game

Cruz Azul booked a semi-final showdown with Real Madrid at the FIFA Club World Cup after defeating Western Sydney Wanderers, 3-1.

HOOFDDORP, Netherlands -- The international players' union wants FIFA to investigate why a Club World Cup match was played on a potentially dangerous rain-soaked field in Morocco.

FIFPro said letting the Cruz Azul-Western Sydney Wanderers quarterfinal match continue in Rabat on Saturday "posed a serious threat to the health and safety of all players."

The Mexican club won 3-1 in extra time with players splashing through large puddles.

FIFPro official Tijs Tummers said "players as workers have...