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Real Madrid enjoy their trophy despite the surrealism of the Club World Cup

Real Madrid players, Gareth Bale, Iker Casillas and Toni Kross discuss their success this year following a 2-nil win over San Lorenzo in the Club World Cup final.

Real Madrid's 2-0 victory over San Lorenzo in the Club World Cup was a fitting end to what has been a superb 2014 for coach Carlo Ancelotti and his almost-all-conquering team. It's also a boon to club president Florentino Perez and the marketing team at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. While the tournament remains a bit of an artificial oddity in the football calendar, there was plenty for Blancos fans and pundits to revel in after goals from Sergio Ramos and Gareth Bale secured the trophy.

Eleven-year-old...

 By Sam Kelly

San Lorenzo have plenty to be proud of despite Real Madrid defeat

The suspicion that San Lorenzo's setup in their Club World Cup semifinal vs. New Zealand side Auckland City was practice for the final itself turned out, largely, to be correct.

Of course, the now traditional final mismatch meant that sitting back and playing for the counterattack was a more sensible way of going about the showpiece than it had been in the semi. While they never looked likely to cause an upset against Real Madrid, the champions of South America will at least return to Buenos Aires...

Three Points: Real Madrid easily clinch Club World Cup glory

Real Madrid players, Gareth Bale, Iker Casillas, and Toni Kross discuss their success this year following a 2-nil win over San Lorenzo in the Club World Cup final.

A trio of observations on Real Madrid's 2-0 win vs. San Lorenzo in the FIFA Club World Cup final on Saturday.

1. Ramos is the man for the big occasion again

The game had seen more yellow cards than shots on goal when Sergio Ramos rose majestically to head in Toni Kroos' well-flighted corner and open the scoring. Ramos combined a number of different gestures in his celebration, ending by planting his feet to the turf by the corner flag, while pointing with both hands at the name on the back of his...