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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...

Cristiano Ronaldo eager to secure new contract after CWC heroics

Cristiano Ronaldo says, if possible, he would like to finish his playing career with Real Madrid.
Cristiano Ronaldo's free kick early in the second half would be all Real Madrid would need to claim the Club World Cup title.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane both said they would like to resolve the showdown over the Portuguese star's contract after he scored the winning goal in the Club World Cup final on Saturday.

Madrid dominated from start to finish, with the only goal coming just after half-time when Ronaldo's free kick powered straight through the Gremio wall to the net.

Speaking to reporters afterward at the stadium in Abu Dhabi, Ronaldo commented on the reported deadlocked talks over a payrise...

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...

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo 'happy and proud' after recent achievements

Real Madrid survived a scare against Al Jazira to reach their third Club World Cup final in the past four years.
Cristiano Ronaldo's leveler for Real Madrid against Al-Jazira puts him atop the Club World Cup goalscoring charts.
Al Jazira head coach Henk ten Cate compares Messi and Ronaldo to Rolls Royces.

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has spoken of his "pride" in recent individual achievements, including a fifth career Ballon d'Or trophy and becoming the leading scorer in Club World Cup history.

Earlier this month, Ronaldo equalled Barcelona's Lionel Messi by winning it for a fifth time, having recently also picked up the FIFA The Best prize for 2017 for a second consecutive year.

On Wednesday in Abu Dhabi, the Portugal captain scored his sixth goal in six games in the Club World Cup with the...

 By Chris Wright

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo annoyed by Lionel Messi chants

It took a second half comeback, but Real Madrid eventually emerged victorious with a 2-1 win over Al Jazira in the semifinal of the Club World Cup.

Los Blancos fell behind to an early goal from Romarinho, with the misfiring Cristiano Ronaldo cutting a frustrated figure for the majority of the opening stages.

In all honesty, the relentless chants of "Messi, Messi, Messi!" emanating from the home fans in Abu Dhabi probably didn't help either.

However, Ronaldo eventually harnessed his ire and smashed...

 By Rob Train

Zinedine Zidane to blame for lacklustre Real Madrid in win vs. Al-Jazira

Gareth Bale's late goal completed the comeback as Real Madrid advanced to the Club World Cup final.
Cristiano Ronaldo's leveler for Real Madrid against Al-Jazira puts him atop the Club World Cup goalscoring charts.

Real Madrid narrowly avoided embarrassment with a 2-1 win over Al-Jazira in the Club World Cup semifinals, a game in which the contentious VAR system and the referee jostled for the spotlight.

The UAE Pro-League champions took the lead thanks to Romarinho before Cristiano Ronaldo and substitute Gareth Bale struck to spare Zinedine Zidane's blushes against a side whose own coach, Henk ten Cate, had all but ruled out a shock victory before the game. Real were grateful to VAR for cancelling an Al-Jazira...