Thursday, November 17, 2011

Esperance and Al-Sadd, Barca's first opponent in the World Club Cup

Barca will face the winner of the cross between the Al Sadd of Qatar and the Tunisian Esperance in the semifinals of the Club World Cup to be held in Japan in December, according to the draw on Thursday in Nagoya.

FC Barcelona and Brazilian Santos, both classified automatically semifinals are favorites for winning this tournament, which takes place from 8 to 18 December.

From what I threw up the hype, the team will face Barca in the second semifinal of the championship, which will take place on 15 December at the Yokohama International Stadium, the winner of the Al Sadd-Esperance.

The Al-Sadd, who won the Champions League AFC on 5 November, is the most successful club in Qatar and among its leading players with the Ivorian Abdul Kader Keita, former player of Olympique Lyon French.

The Qataris will face the Esperance of Tunisia, just five days ago was done with the Champions League CAF, December 11 at Toyota Stadium Nagoya.

That same day and at the same venue, the Monterrey Mexican debut in quarter-final will face the team that expires at the junction opening.

One participant without knowing the confrontation that opens the championship, which will rival the Mexicans, will be held on December 8 at Toyota Stadium between the New Zealand Auckland City and the team that wins the Japanese J-League, which this year concluded on 3 December. Kashiwa Reysol, Gamba Osaka and Nagoya Grampus are three sets that aim to lift the trophy Nippon with three days for the conclusion of the championship.

The party that will play a Monterrey of the teams that played the first semifinal, which will be held on December 14 at Toyota Stadium against Santos in Brazil.

The final of the Club World Cup 2011 will take place in Yokohama on December 18 at 1930 local time (10:30 GMT).


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