Asia's football body is "confident" of completing its coronavirus-hit Champions League this year.
Real Madrid lifted the FIFA Club World Cup for a record fourth time on Saturday after thrashing local side Al Ain 4-1 in the final in Abu Dhabi with the help of impressive distance strikes in either half from midfielders Luka Modric and Marcos Llorente.
Al-Ain Egyptian winger, Hussein el-Shahat, led his team on Tuesday night to defeat Argentina’s River Plate at the FIFA Club World Cup semi-final.
Shahat is leading the team's attacking line alongside Brazilian winger, Caio Fernandez, and veteran Swedish striker, Marcus Berg.
Host side Al Ain came back from three goals down to draw 3-3 with Team Wellington and then won 4-3 on penalties in a dramatic first round match at the Club World Cup on Wednesday.
Al Ain, who qualified to the tournament as the host nation League winner, will open their participation against Oceania Champions League winner, Wellington.
Egyptian international winger Hussein El-Shahat revealed his happiness after he signed a three-year contract on Tuesday with his Emirati club, Al-Ain.
Shahat signed a three-year contract with Al-Ain after he shined with the Emirati club since joining them on a six-month loan in January.
Al Jazira continued their poor run in the competition, as they appeared in three finals and lost them all.
Shahat started the game on the bench and watched his teammates score two goals before he entered the pitch 20 minutes before the final whistle.
Shahat, 26, had been linked with a move to Al-Ahly this January, but he decided to join Al-Ain instead.
Al Hilal qualified to the final after eliminating Iranian team Persepolis in the semi-finals.