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Mario Mandžukić Makes History – 5 Trophies in 1 Year

CroatiaMario Mandžukić has become the first Croatian to lift the FIFA Club World Cup..

Mandžukić came on with 15 minutes to go for Bayern Munich in their 2:0 win over Raja Casablanca in Morocco on Saturday night. Goals from Dante and Thiago before the break was enough to give Bayern and Mandžukić their 5th trophy in one year, making him the first Croat to also achieve that feat. Bayern adds the FIFA Club World Cup to cabinet, which already this year included the UEFA Champions League, the Bundesliga, the German Cup and the European Super Cup.

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