The host club, which qualified by virtue of winning the most recent United Arab Emirates' league title, were no match for the heavily favoured Champions League holders at the Zayed Sports City Stadium here on Saturday, reports Efe.
Shortly afterward, 2018 Ballon d'Or winner Luka Modric opened the scoring for Real Madrid in the 14th minute on a curving left-footed blast from outside the area that gave Al-Ain net minder Khalid Eisa no chance.
Real Madrid then had numerous additional opportunities to score over the remainder of the first half, but a shot by Lucas Vasquez grazed the woodwork and Karim Benzema sent a close-range shot over the crossbar.
It was just a matter of time though for the Blancos' superiority to be reflected on the scoreboard.
At the one-hour mark, Marcos Llorente doubled Real Madrid's lead when he rifled a volley on a corner-kick play just inside the left upright, while Ramos extended the La Liga club's advantage to 3-0 with a header off a corner kick in the 78th minute that tipped off Eisa's right hand and into the back of the net.
Japanese defender Tsukasa Shiotani pulled one back for Al-Ain on a header off a free kick in the 86th minute, but Real Madrid stretched their lead back to three in second-half injury time when a shot by late substitute Vinicius Junior entered the goal after ricocheting off defender Yahia Nader.
Gareth Bale, who had a hat trick in a 3-1 semi-final victory over the Kashima Antlers (the Asian champions) and came close to scoring on a couple of occasions in the championship match, was selected as the most valuable player of this year's Club World Cup.
Llorente was named the top player of Saturday's final.
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