AL AIN, United Arab Emirates — Japanese side Kashima Antlers beat Chivas of Mexico 3-2 on Saturday, advancing to a semifinal against Real Madrid at the Club World Cup.
Ryota Nagaki cancelled out Angel Zaldivar's early goal for Chivas and Kashima took the lead when Serginho converted a penalty in the 69th minute.
Hiroki Abe assured the win with a goal in the 84th before Hugo Leonardo scored an own goal in stoppage time.
Kashima will play Madrid on Wednesday.
Madrid needed extra time to beat Kashima 4-2 in the 2016 final of the Club World Cup.
Also, Al Ain FC beat Esperance Sportive de Tunis 3-0, setting up the other semifinal with South American champion River Plate on Tuesday.
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