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Japan's Urawa Red Diamonds win rematch
December 11th, 2007 7AM

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[CLUB WORLD CUP] Japan's Urawa Red Diamonds beat Iran's Sepahan, 3-1, Monday to move into the semifinals of the Club World Cup against AC Milan.

The match was a repeat of last month's Asian Champions League final.

Yuichiro Nagai and Brazilian forward Washington scored for the Reds, whose third goal was an own goal by Hadi Aghily.

Sepahan got a late consolation goal from substitute Mahmoud Karimi.

FOX SOCCER CHANNEL SCHEDULE
Semifinals
Dec. 12 in Tokyo
Match 4: Boca Juniors vs. Etoile Sportive du Sahel (TV: 5 am ET)

Dec. 13 in Yokohama
Match 5: AC Milan
vs. Urawa Red Diamonds (TV: 5 am ET)

Third-Place Game
Dec. 16 in Yokohama
Match 4 loser vs. Match 5 loser
(TV: 1:30 am ET)

Final
Dec. 16 in Yokohama
Match 4 winner vs. Match 5 winner
(TV: 5 am ET)



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