Adriana Pozueco, Clarice Alves and Andrea Salas – partners of Theo Hernandez, Marcelo and Keylor Navas – visited Sheikh Zayed Mosque before the clash
REAL MADRID Wags are making the most of their time in Abu Dhabi while their other halves prepare to defend their Fifa Club World Cup title.
Adriana Pozueco, Clarice Alves and Andrea Salas – the stunning partners of Theo Hernandez, Marcelo and Keylor Navas – visited Sheikh Zayed Mosque before tomorrow’s clash.
It is the largest mosque in the country and during Eid can attract over 41,000 people.
The three wives and girlfriends wore traditional hijabs on their tour of the mosque.
They describe the holy place as “magic” and “awesome”.
Zinedine Zidane’s Real are in the UAE to face Emirati side Al Jazira in the semi-final at Zayed Sports City Stadium.
Star-studded Los Blancos are huge favourites for the clash but Zidane insists they cannot progress by name alone.
He said: “It will not be easy and last year we had a lot of problems before we managed to win it.
“There will not be easy games and for just being Real Madrid we are not going to win. We have time to prepare for the game and there are no excuses.
“This is the calendar and whoever we face we need to look at doing what we have to do well.
“It is normal that during the season you have ups and downs, but what we have done so far is very positive. We have won two titles and we are trying to win a third.
“After this we will have six months to fight for La Liga, the Champions League and the cup.”
Real won the Fifa Club World Cup after beating Japenese outfit Kashima Antlers 2-0 in last year’s final.
The tournament is made up of winners from the following confederations: Uefa (Europe), Conmebol (South America), AFC (Asia), Caf (Africa), Concacaf (North America, Central America, Carribean) and the OFC (Oceania).
Winners of the domestic competition in the country where the Club World Cup is being hosted also compete to form a seven-team competition.