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The 2005 World Club Championship final was a soccer match between the Brazilian team of São Paulo, representing CONMEBOL, and the English team of Liverpool, representing UEFA. It was held on December 18, 2005 at the Yokohama International Stadium in the city of Yokohama, Japan, to decide the winner of the 2005 Club World Championship. This event brought together the winners of the main competitions of the continental associations. São Paulo was the winner of the Intercontinental Cup twice in a row, in 1992 and 1993; Liverpool, however, lost the two finals they participated in, in 1981 and 1984.
Both teams qualified for this event by winning their respective continental cups. São Paulo was the champion of the Libertadores Cup of the respective year, Liverpool became the winner of the 2004-05 season of the UEFA Champions League after defeating Milan on penalties. The two teams played a game in the competition in order to reach the final: São Paulo defeated Al-Ittihad, while Liverpool applied 3-0 at Deportivo Saprissa.
Assisted by an audience of 66 821 spectators, São Paulo won the advantage in the first half after a goal scored by defensive midfielder Mineiro. Liverpool wasted countless chances to equalize the scorer in the opening forty-five minutes. In the second half, he got full control of the game and had three goals canceled. Despite all the opportunities to tie the match, none were taken advantage of and São Paulo was crowned champion winning the game by 1-0.
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