Real Madrid might not have the best of start in their Spanish La Liga season, but Los Blancos continue to fill their trophy cabinet as this weekend Zinedine Zidane's men won their second FIFA Club World Cup title.
Barcelona grabbed another FIFA Club World Cup title this past weekend after comfortably dismantling River Plate in Japan.
The Catalan side dominated that tie since kick off as they eventually got things going on 36 minutes through Lionel Messi's effort.
River Plate advanced into the final stage of FIFA Club World Cup after grabbing a hard fought win over Sanfrecce Hiroshima.
The Japanese side were eager to entertain their local crowd by putting on an aggressive approach early on.
Spanish giant Barcelona made their way into the final of FIFA Club World Cup in a comfortable fashion after dismantling Guangzhou Evergrande on Thursday.
Just as it was widely predicted, Barcelona advanced into the final of FIFA Club World Cup without much difficulty despite having to start without Lionel Messi and Neymar.
Real Madrid close their 2014 in the best possible way by winning 2014 FIFA Club Wold Cup with a comfortable 2-0 victory over South American side, San Lorenzo on Saturday.
Closing the year with another prestigious trophy brought plenty of joy for their star players, such as Gareth Bale, Toni Kroos, Iker Casillas and many more, who have been working hard in achieving those trophies.
San Lorenzo made their way into the final of FIFA Club World Cup after grabbing a slender win over Aukcland City last midweek.
The South American side were determined in fulfilling what would be considered as an ideal final of that competition by overcoming their opponent.
Making their way into FIFA Club World Cup Final 2014 without much concern, more positive news arrived for Real Madrid as their summer signing, James Rodriguez, could return for their final match this upcoming weekend.
Real Madrid put out another strong performance, this time they defeated Cruz Azul 4-0 in the semi final stage of FIFA World Club Cup, a result which brought joy for Los Blancos head coach, Carlo Ancelotti.
Real Madrid keeping their recent excellent run by grabbing an important win over Cruz Azul in the semifinal stage of FIFA World Club Cup on midweek.
Having a much stronger squad on paper, Los Blancos immediately took control of that tie as they got themselves in front on 15 minutes through Sergio Ramos' header.
Real Madrid are setting themselves up for the Club World Cup semifinal battle against Cruz Azul this midweek and Los Blancos head coach, Carlo Ancelotti is hoping that his side won't only go through into the final but also win the tournament.
Just as it was expected, European champions, Bayern Munich comfortably making their way into the final of this year's FIFA Club World Cup campaign after defeating Asian representative, Guangzhou Evergrande on Tuesday at Stade d'Adagir stadium.