Real are hoping to successfully defend the Club World Cup trophy they won in Japan 12 months ago - when Cristiano Ronaldo's hattrick in the final helped see off Kashima Antlers - and win a club record fifth title in the same calendar year.
Zinedine Zidane fielded a strong XI in the semi-final as Real Madrid met Al Jazira in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday evening, attempting to become the first club to ever retain the FIFA Club World Cup. Real Madrid tried to score the first goal to have the upper hand in the game but Al Jazira's goalkeeper, Ali Khasif, saved all their chances.
Despite Real dominating the match at the Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi, it was the hosts who took a shock 41st-minute lead through Romarinho.
'Any opponents can get a goal against you.
But Diario Gol claim Ronaldo doesn't want the Inter Milan striker to come to the Spanish capital.
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The UEFA Champions League winners managed to see out the closing stages with relative ease as they booked their spot in the final and are now on course to defend the title they won previous year.
Zidane said: 'It took about three or four minutes to reach a decision and it's not a pleasant experience. "I need to be a bit patient, I have had a few problems".
Moubarak Boussoufa produced a great pass that found Romarinho inside the penalty area, who took advantage of the situation to rifle a shot into the bottom right corner to put Al Jazira 1-0 up in the 41st minute.
"I don't like the VAR to be honest", Bale said when asked about how play had been regularly stopped to allow the officials to review incidents.