God’s team whip Pope Francis’ team to lift first title

Real Madrid, a team 'loved by God' beat San Lorenzo , a team proudly supported by Pope Francis; 2-0 to lif the FIFA Club World Cup

European Champions, Real Madrid ended the year 2014 on a glittering note when they yesterday beat South American champions, San Lorenzo 2-0 in the final of the 2014 FIFA Club World Cup played in Marrakech, Morocco; to lift their first ever title in the competition.

Madrid muddled through the huffy-puffy, scything boys from Argentina who tried frantically to end the Los Blancos’ run of 21 games without daw or loss but afterwards failed to surmount a resilient Carlo Ancelotti side.

Again Sergio Ramos, who opened scoring in the 4-0 semi-final win over Cruz Azul and had said hours before the game that Madrid is ‘God’s own club’; notched a header for the side before Gareth Bale’s second early in the second 45 sealed the win over San Lorenzo; a club proudly supported by the superior leader of the Roman Catholic Church.

San Lorenzo succumbed to the superiority of Madrid which parades thee most expensive player in the world, the most marketable and current FIFA Ballon D’Or holder.

‘God’s club’ supreme lead which now counts 22 games all wins - 5 short of the World record wins of 26 set by Ajax in the 1971-1972 season; confirms the superiority of the Almighty over the Roman Catholic head, Pope Francis or any other leader.

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