Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia qualified for the semi-finals of the Club World Cup, after defeating Moroccan Wydad on penalties.
Moroccan defender Ayoub Al-Amoud opened the scoring for the landowners in the 52nd minute, then Saudi striker Mohamed Kno managed to score the equalizing goal for his team from a penalty kick.
Al-Hilal won the penalty shootout, 5-3, after the end of the regular and extra time, with a 1-1 draw.
Al-Hilal will play in the semi-finals of the tournament with Brazilian Flamengo, the South American champion, next Tuesday.
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