So, for the first time, a European club will compete in the Club World Cup for the second consecutive year.
Well-deserved success for Real Madrid, in the first half the game was extremely balanced, but in the second half they dominated.
I wouldn't have expected the physical drop of Juventus in the second half, as high rhythms have always been an important component of their successes this and in the recent seasons.
One of the main winners was coach Zidane, who learned some precious tactical strategies during his years in Italy: he put Casemiro and Marcelo on a man-to-man marking respectively on Paulo Dybala and on Dani Alves. This way he neutralized two of the most dangerous sources of play of Juventus. Moreover, if Gareth Bale had been at his 100%, Real Madrid's win would have been even larger, in my opinion.