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The 2022 Club World Cup was raffled: this is how the table was

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the moroccan Nourreddine Naybet was in charge of removing the balls and defining the crosses that will have at the Real Madrid -winner of Champions League– Y flamenco -champion of the Libertadores Cup– awaiting in the semifinals.

In the preliminary instance, Al Ahly of Egypt will face him Auckland City of Australia Wednesday first of February. The winner of this instance will access the quarterfinals and will face the Seattle Sounders of USA on Saturday 4 for a place in the semifinals.

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For its part, the other key to the quarterfinals will be made up of the cross between wydad of White House (Morocco) Y al hilal (Saudi Arabia) also on Saturday, February 4.

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Already in the semifinals flamenco must face the winner between wydad of White House either al hilal on Tuesday, February 7 for a place in the grand finale in Moroccothe country that hosted the competition for the last time in 2014 San Lorenzo.

In the other key Real Madrid wait for the winner Seattle Sounders in view of Al Ahly either Auckland City which will be held on Wednesday, February 8.

The grand final will be held on February 11, which will mark the nineteenth edition of the event organized by FIFAwhich has as the maximum winner Real Madrid with four titles, followed by Barcelona with three, Bayern Munich with two and Liverpool, Chelsea, Sao Paulo, Internacional (Brazil), Inter (Italy), Milan and Manchester United with one.

Before the draw for the competition, which in 2025 will increase its number of teams to 32, the president of the FIFA, Gianni Infantinothanked for hosting the competition for the third time Morocco, “a great football country”whom he congratulated for the best performance of his team in a worldafter playing the semifinals in Qatar 2022.

Source: Ambito

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