Cristiano Ronaldo scored another hat trick to help Real Madrid claim their 5th Club Word Cup Trophy with a 4-2 extra-time victory over a courageous Kashima Antlers in the Club World Cup final on Sunday night at the International Stadium in Yokohama.
Kashima went head-to-head with the European champions and found themselves with a second half lead courtesy Gaku Shibaski brace. But Real Madrid’s quality was too much for J1 League side to andle, with Ronaldo and Karim Benzema teaming up to diffuse any hopes of a suprise.
Ronaldo’s level the game with a penalty to take the game to extra time, where the World Best Player was then able to take the glory by completing his first ever hat trick in this the Club World Cup. This win means Real Madrid Unbeaten runs is now extend to 37 staright matches
Madrid finished 2016 by becoming world champions to add to their Champions League and UEFA Super Cup triumphs earlier in the year.