Concacaf Champions League winners Tigres UANL, repping Liga MX, will meet Bayern Munich in the final of the FIFA Club World Cup on Thursday and could be 90 minutes away from a historic feat.
No Concacaf team had even made it to the final before, much less beat the reigning European champions in it.
It couldn't be a tougher ask though, as in their way are The Bavarians, who mopped the floor with one of the most respected club teams of the decade and perhaps the greatest player to ever play the game back in August.
Bayern conquered Germany with a domestic treble in 2020 and added the Champions League and UEFA Super Cup to that haul. They need only the Club World Cup trophy to make it 6 titles in a single year, becoming only the second team in history after Barcelona to accomplish such a feat.