The 2022 Club World Cup, attended by the champions of 6 confederations affiliated to FIFA and a team from the home quota, continued with the Flamengo-El-Hilal semi-final match.

    In the fight, El-Hilal (Saudi Arabia), which was decided to participate in the cup as the champion of the previous year due to the incomplete season in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League, faced the Brazilian team Flamengo, the champion of the Libertadores Cup organized by the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL).

    El-Hilal, who took the lead 1-0 with the penalty goal of Salem Al Dawsari in the 4th minute of the match, could not prevent the goal of Pedro dos Santos and Flamengo brought the score to 1-1. In the extra time of the first half, El-Hilal took the lead 2-1 with the second penalty goal of Salem Al Dawsari, and the first half ended with this score.

    Gerson Santos da Silva, who caused a penalty in Flamengo, left his team with a red card after the second yellow card in the extra minutes of the first half.

    Al-Hilal, who scored another goal with Luciano Martin in the 70th minute of the second half, took the lead 3-1. Although Pedro Guilherme dos Santos in Flamengo reduced the gap to one with a goal in extra time, El-Hilal won the match 3-2 and made it to the final.

    The other fight in the semi-finals, Spain’s Real Madrid team and Egypt’s representative El Ehli will face each other tomorrow.

    The 2022 FIFA Club World Cup will conclude with the final match to be held on 11 February at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat.