Real Madrid have claimed a third straight Club World Cup title, following a 4-1 win over Al Ain in Abu Dhabi on Saturday.

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Luka Modric opened scoring in the 14th minute, before Marcos Llorente and Sergio Ramos added further goals in the second half.

Tsukasa Shiotani’s goal was only a consolation for the home side.

The Spanish giants have now won a record four Club World Cup titles, pulling one clear of arch-rivals Barcelona, who were in LaLiga action on Saturday.

“These players deserve it. They’re here after working very hard and winning many trophies.

“Today they added a finishing touch with the third consecutive Club World Cup, which I think is a great feat for the club, of course for Real Madrid and this group of players in particular,” Real coach Santiago Solari said.

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