Barcelona 4 x 0 Santos (Messi x Neymar) ● 2011 FIFA Club World Cup Final Goals & Highlights HD
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The 2011 FIFA Club World Cup final was held on December 18, 2011 at the Yokohama International Stadium in Yokohama, between Santos, from Brazil, and Barcelona, from Spain.
Barcelona won the match 4-0, with three goals in the first half and a goal in the second, two of them scored by Messi, winner of the tournament's Golden Ball. Barcelona's supremacy in the match was reflected in the statistics: twice the shots on goal (16 against 8), with triple of them towards the goal (9 to 3) and with 71% possession of the ball (against 29% of the Santos team), meaning 64 minutes of possession against only 16 minutes.
The duel between Barcelona and Santos was considered the biggest World Cup final of recent times and the expectation was for a historic duel. Santos beat Japan's Kashiwa Reysol 3-1 while Barcelona, without a number of holders (including Villa, who seriously injured himself before the competition), thrashed Qatar's Al-Sadd 4-0, with goals from Adriano (2), Maxwell and Keita. Ready. The dream end was sacrament.
Santos had a reality shock that night of December 18, 2011 in Yokohama, Japan. It seems that the Brancaleone team trembled to see the Spanish blue and grená squad. The Brazilian team was unrecognizable. However, it is not known if it was Santos who was so defeated or if it was Barcelona who played so well. Barcelona had over 71 percent of the ball, a predominance of nonsense. The team began their show at 17 'when Messi received a masterful pass from Xavi, who had previously killed a ball in a sublime and surreal manner, and scored the first goal of the game. At 24 ', it was Xavi's turn to score the second. At 45 ', a bombing in the Santos area culminated in the goal of Fàbregas: 3-0. Barça went to the half-time world champion. Unless Santos "lowered" the spirit of Liverpool in 2005 or Vasco da Gama 2000 and tied or turned the match. In the second half, Barcelona continued their dominance, scored another goal with Messi at 82 ', and closed the show: 4-0. Barça won the double world championship and entered the select group of the greatest teams of all time. , which already had Santos de Pelé, Coutinho and Pepe, Milan by Van Basten, Bayern by Gerd Müller, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Franz Beckenbauer and Real Madrid by Puskás and Di Stéfano, as well as Brazil from 1970.
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