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18/12/2011107 - WeatherClear
0:0 3:5 PSO

Summary

Al-Sadd take third on penalties
Nadir Belhadj slotted home the winning penalty as Al-Sadd won 5-3 in the shoot-out that followed a goalless draw with Kashiwa Reysol in the match for third place at Japan 2011. More »

Line-ups

21
18
3
3
4
4
5
5
7
8
9
9
15
10
18
12
20
13
22
14
29
21

Substitute(s)

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1
16
19
2
2
8
7
11
11
13
16
17
17
19
20
32
22
10
23
28
6
6
15

Coaches

NELSINHO (BRA)
(URU) Jorge FOSSATI

Officials

Referee: Noumandiez Desire DOUE (CIV)Assistant Referee 1: Songuifolo YEO (CIV)Assistant Referee 2: Djibril CAMARA (SEN)Fourth official: Nicola RIZZOLI (ITA)Fifth official: Renato FAVERANI (ITA)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 12)


Latest Comments:
eliitezeus
19/12/2011 at 23:50
does anyone know why Kashiwa Reysol's Leandro Domingues wasn't eligible to play?
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tater96
18/12/2011 at 22:56
tater96 (Australia)
i still hate al sadd because of what they did to suwon, they dont deserve anything
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LotusMisr
18/12/2011 at 21:55
LotusMisr (USA)
congrats to Qatar Al-Sadd and to all ARABS
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Statistics

18Shots0
12Corner kicks0
0Yellow cards0
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
  • Nadir Belhadj of Al-Sadd is congratulated
  • A general view of the stadium during the FIFA Club World Cup 3rd place match between Kashiwa Reysol and Al-Sadd
  • Koki Mizuno of Kashiwa Reysol in action
  • Goalkeeper Takanori Sugeno of Kashiwa Reysol reacts
  • Jorge Wagner of Kashiwa Reysol (L) challenges Kader Keita of Al Sadd
  • Al-Sadd Sports Club goalkeeper Mohamed Saqr is thrown into the air by team-mates
"The way I see it, there are two sides to football: one is attacking and the other is protecting your own goal. Both are equally important and, in the latter respect, I think we played very well today," Jorge Fossati, Al-Sadd coach.