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Al Ain make Club World Cup semi-finals

SBS Saturday, 15 December 2018
Japan's Kashima Antlers and the UAE's Al Ain have made it to the Club World Cup semi-finals, where they will face Real Madrid and River Plate, respectively.
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Al Ain looking to "write history" against River Plate, says coach 00:50

Al Ain coach Zoran Mamic says his side is hoping to make history as UAE's first Club World Cup finalists.

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