- Corinthians beat Al-Ahly 1-0 in FIFA World Club Cup semifinal
- Victory in Toyota puts the South American champions into Sunday's final
- Egypt's Al-Ahly reached the competition despite domestic competition being suspended
- Corinthians will play Chelsea or Monterrey in Sunday's final
South American champions Corinthians progressed to the final of the FIFA Club World Cup on Wednesday with a 1-0 win over Egyptian side Al-Ahly in Toyota, Japan.
The defeat ended Al-Ahly's incredible run which had seen the Cairo team win the African Champions League despite domestic competition in Egypt being suspended following the death of more than 70 fans in February's Port Said stadium tragedy.
The only goal of the game arrived on 29 minutes when Peru's Jose Paolo Guerrero found the back of the net with a header following Douglas' sublime outside-of-the-boot cross.
The win means the Sao Paulo team will play European Champions Chelsea of England or Mexico's CONCACAF Champions League winners Monterrey in Sunday's Yokohama final.