The Mexican club Monterrey qualified to the gold square of the FIFA Club World Cup in Qatar, and this came after the victory over the Qatari Al Sadd 3-2.
The start of the match came quickly by the players of the two teams, as they exchanged attacks in an attempt to score the goal of progress, until the 23rd minute came to witness the goal of progress for Monterrey by Argentine Lionel Vanguioni after a missile hit the net.
By the 45th minute, Monterrey added his second goal through Argentine Rogelio Funes, who took advantage of a clear defensive error from the side of the dam to find the Monterrey striker facing the Qatari goalkeeper and put the ball easily in the goal.
The excitement increased in the second half of the match, especially when Al Sadd reduced the score by scoring the first goal through the Algerian Baghdad Bounjah in the 66th minute when he received a cross that hit his head in the goal.
The 77th minute came to witness the third goal of Monterrey by Carlos Rodriguez, who hit a powerful goal.
Al-Sadd managed to reduce the result again in the 89th minute through Abdul Karim Hassan, but all attempts by the Qatari club to tie it failed to bring Monterrey a winner and set a date with Liverpool in the semi-finals of the tournament scheduled for next Wednesday.