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FIFA to use Hawk-Eye video review system in three tournaments

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FIFA has chosen the Hawk-Eye Innovations video review system to help referees at three tournaments this year.

World football's governing body has said the British firm will work at the Under-20 World Cup in South Korea from Saturday as well as the Confederations Cup in Russia and the Club World Cup in the United Arab Emirates.

At least 11 technology companies were in trials with FIFA last year, although the decision announced Friday appears to favour Hawk-Eye for the 2018 World Cup if a contract...

Real Madrid confirm injures to Lucas Vazquez and Mateo Kovacic

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Lucas Vazquez picked up a leg muscle injury in the Club World Cup final.

Real Madrid say forward Lucas Vazquez and midfielder Mateo Kovacic will be sidelined for an undetermined period because of injuries sustained during the Club World Cup.

Madrid issued the medical reports on Thursday, 11 days after the team defeated Japanese side Kashima Antlers 4-2 in extra time in the tournament final.

Vazquez, who played 81 minutes of the final, has a muscle injury in his right leg.

Kovacic twisted a ligament in his left ankle while playing as a substitute in the closing minutes.

Both...

 By Rob Train

Ronaldo's goals, Benzema's class decisive as Real Madrid win Club World Cup

Real Madrid won the FIFA Club World Cup for a second time after overcoming Japan's well-organized and dangerous Kashima Antlers side. Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat trick, with his first taking the game to extra time and, subsequently, two more that sealed the title. Earlier, after Karim Benzema opened the scoring, Kashima hit back to take the lead with goals either side of half time through Gaku Shibasaki.

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Positives

Madrid dug deep to beat a determined rival, who had the benefits of home advantage;...

Cristiano Ronaldo delighted as Real Madrid's CWC win ends 'dream year'

Cristiano Ronaldo hailed a "perfect year" after his hat trick helped Real Madrid come from behind to beat Kashima Antlers in the Club World Cup final in Yokohama.

Madrid won 4-2 after extra time, with their Japanese opponents having led 2-1 at one stage thanks to midfielder Gaku Shibasaki's brace.

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But Ronaldo equalised from the penalty spot and completed his treble in extra time as Zinedine Zidane's side turned the match around.

And the 31-year-old, who won a fourth Ballon d'Or following a year...

Cristiano Ronaldo ends 2016 in style as Real Madrid become world champions

Three quick thoughts after Real Madrid won the 2016 Club World Cup by beating Kashima Antlers 4-2 in extra time at the International Stadium Yokohama on Sunday.

1. Madrid crowned world champions

Cristiano Ronaldo scored another hat trick as Real Madrid came from behind to beat Japan's Kashima Antlers 4-2 in a much more exciting than was expected Club World Cup 2016 final. For a long time it looked like Ronaldo and his galactico colleagues were going to embarrassed -- as the rank outsiders Kashima...