With their 2-0 win against San Lorenzo de Almagro in Morocco, Real Madrid claimed their first Club World Cup crown. It is, additionally, their 18th international title, a figure that has only been attained, in Europe and America, by two clubs: AC Milan and Boca Juniors.
Thus, Carlo Ancelotti’s team now find themselves in joint-second in the international rankings, bettered only by the Egyptian team Al-Ahly, who have won 20 international titles.
Madrid have reached the figure of 18 international titles by way of winning 10 European Cups, one Club World Cup, two UEFA Cups, three Intercontinental Cups and two European Super Cups. The next two teams below Real Madrid, Boca Juniors and AC Milan on the list are the Argentine side Independiente, with 16 titles, and Barcelona, with 14.