Congratulations to Manchester United on becoming champions of the world, however, surely if this competition is to be considered as on a par with the Champions League, the structure has to be revamped in a big way, taking into account the dominance of European clubs, perhaps providing a proportionate amount of clubs within Europe to match its supposed superiority.
My point is, how could Liga de Quito possibly considered the best club side in the world had they won today? They are nowhere near Manchester United technically nor fitness-wise, and the lad that missed that early opportunity from two yards out is possibly the worst centre-back I have seen in non-domestic football.
Had one of the shots of Manso, the fantastic midfield playmaker, flown in, and United had, say, lost on penalties, what would that say about the format of this competition? Two knockout games is no way to decide such a prestigious position as being the best club in the world. If FIFA want to do it, they should do it properly, to justify the title that the winning team gets.
On a different subject, how good was Manso?! The most amusing parts of the game came when seeing the little midfielder in exasperation at his teammates' clear lack of technique. He belongs in a better team, possibly in Spain. He reminds me greatly of a left-footed Iniesta.