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