Real Madrid beat Al Hilal for their fifth FIFA Club World Cup title ©Getty Images

Braces from Vinicius Junior and Federico Valverde highlighted a fantastic display from Real Madrid as they lifted the FIFA Club World Cup for the fifth time after a 5-3 win against Al Hilal in Morocco.

The Brazilian broke the deadlock at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat by calmly finishing Luka Modric's through ball.

Just five minutes later the lead had been doubled courtesy of Valverde before Moussa Marega pulled one back for the Saudi Arabian side in the 26th minute.

Madrid then came out firing and turned on the style in the second half.

An outside of the boot cross from Vinicius gifted Benzema a tap-in before Valverde scored again to make it 4-1.

Luciano Vietto chipped one over Andriy Lunin in the Madrid goal to reduce the deficit.

The three goal advantage was quickly restored when Vinicius curled one home from inside the box.

Vietto then found the net for a second time 10 minutes later, giving a final score of 5-3.

Doubles from Gabriel Barbosa and Pedro saw Flamengo beat Al Ahly 4-2 in the third place playoff at the Tangier Stadium.

Barbosa struck first after 11 minutes from the penalty spot following Ali Maaloul's foul on Guillermo Varela.

Al Ahly then got a foothold in the game and after sustained pressure they scored a 37th-minute equaliser as Maaloul's corner was met by a powerful Ahmed Abdel Kader header.

Abdel Kader then put the Egyptians in front 15 minutes into the second half with a wonder goal where he evaded three challenges before placing it into the bottom corner.

Flamengo were not out of it though as Pedro slotted home to capitalise on goalkeeper Mohammed El-Shenawy's fumble.

Barbosa then converted another spot kick in the 85th minute shortly before Pedro put the nail in the coffin with a rifled effort from another defensive error.