Torres, Villa score hat-tricks: Spain beat Tahiti 10-0 – Video Highlights

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (Sporting Alert) – Spain made 10 changes to its starting line-up, but still managed to hammer Tahiti 10-0 in their FIFA Confederations Cup clash at Estadio do Maracana – recurring the biggest margin in a senior FIFA tournament.

Spain v  Tahiti 10-0 Video Highlights

Chelsea forward Fernando Torres scored four goals, to become only the third player to net so many in a Confederations Cup, but did miss a 77th minute penalty.

Barcelona striker David Villa scored a hat-trick, while David Silva scored a brace and Juan Mata added another in the comfortable victory for Spain, who moved top of the table standings in Group B with six points.

The World and Euro champions also have a healthy goal difference of +11.

Despite the win though, Spain still haven’t qualified for the second round and will wait to see the result of the second group game between Nigeria and Uruguay.

Spain v Tahiti Teams

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Subs: Casillas, Pique, Iniesta, Xavi, Fabregas, Pedro, Soldado, Busquets, Arbeloa, Jordi Alba, Jesus Navas, Valdes

Tahiti: Roche, Aitamai, Jonathan Tehau, Vallar, Ludivion, Lemaire, Vahirua, Bourebare, Caroine, Alvin Tehau, Chong Hue
Subs: Meriel, Wagemann, Faatiarau, Teaonui Tehau, Atani, Aroita, Lorenzo Tehau, Tihoni, Simon, Vero, Hnanyine, Samin

Referee: Djamel Haimoudi (Algeria)

About Reporting by WALTER-HOYOS

Walter Hoyos joins SportingAlert as contributor for Spanish football and the Spain national team. I like to travel, one of the favourite things on my list, but I also like to just spend time with family and friends when I am not covering football games. Hope to dump into some of my readers some day.

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