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

tenho 26 anos posso tomar viagra a good resume for a highschool student abstract in essay writing ask jeeves homework help follow link narrative essay on childhood memories take viagra before drinking or after viagra lexington see url if you ruled the world essay viagra fossil source source how to write proposal essay writing help ohio viagra bill Where can i buy viagra enter writing of the constitution sample essay holiday trip thesis ideas for belonging commande viagra en ligne follow go here casio paper writer v n500 reflection essay in english class cialis taken empty stomach Spain: Reina, Azpilicueta, Albiol, Sergio Ramos, Monreal, Cazorla, Javi Martinez, Silva, Mata, Torres, Villa
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.

View all posts by Reporting by WALTER-HOYOS →

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.