Real Madrid won their fourth title in 2014 and maintained their great winning streak alive at Morocco.
In the Real Madrid World Club Champions 2014 Report, Los Merengues defeated San Lorenzo by 2-0 in Le Grand Stade de Marrakech. The Spaniards met the expectations of this tournament, as they were listed at online sportsbook Bodog with 1.16 Odds to lift the trophy.
Defender Sergio Ramos won the Golden Ball of the tournament after finishing with two goals, one of them to open the scoreboard in the title game against El Ciclón. Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo got the Silver Ball, despite not scoring any goals.
Real Madrid won this tournament for the first time in their history and was the first time also that they conquered four titles in one year.
The squad coached by Carlo Ancelotti was crowned in the Copa del Rey by beating Barcelona 2-1 with goals from Angel Di Maria and Gareth Bale. Their second trophy was one eagerly awaited by the Spanish fans, as was the tenth in their history in the Champions League.
Real Madrid beat Atletico Madrid dramatically in the final played in Lisbon. With a goal in the 93rd minute by Sergio Ramos, the Merengues sent the game into overtime and then took the win 4-1 with scores from Gareth Bale, Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The white team beat another Spanish rival for their third title of the year in the European Super Cup. Two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo were enough to beat Sevilla, champion of the Europa League, in Cardiff Stadium.
With the win over San Lorenzo, Real Madrid reached 22 straight wins in all competitions and their last defeat was on September 13th against the Colchoneros by 2-1 in La Liga. The white squad will face the red and white team twice in the first two weeks of January.
Los Merengues did not allow a goal in the FIFA Club World Cup and in their great streak goalkeepers Iker Casillas and Keylor Navas have only accepted 10 goals.
2014 will occupy a special place in the history of Real Madrid and will be remembered as the year with four titles.