Spain feeds the hopes

The Spanish rugby team met the forecasts by starting 2022 with a clear and resounding victory over the Netherlands (43-0)which feeds their hopes of continuing to aspire to qualify for the 2023 World Cup in France. After paying a heartfelt tribute to the international Kawa Leauma, who died in December precisely after beating the Dutch team in Amsterdam (7-52), Santi Santos’ team imposed logic at the National Stadium of the Complutense University before facing Russia in Sochi next Saturday in a match on the most difficult role in which it is essential to win, as in the following ones against Romania and Portugal.

Spain won with offensive bonus to get five points. He did it with offensive brilliance, power against a lesser opponent, without disciplinary offenses that in other commitments have complicated his life and with relief during the match that maintained the level of the block. Total, the XV del León got seven trials, product of that greater physique and his fast combinations that made specific failures forget that against the Netherlands did not have the least importance.

Spain opened its victory after ten minutes with a test by Asier Usorraga converted by Manuel Ordás and scored at half-time with a 19-0 after two new records by Guillaume Rouet and Jordi Jorbá. Santi Santos’ men did not lower their ambition one iota. The Netherlands could do little to stop the avalanche. Alvar Gimeno, Ordás, Gauthier Minguillon and Santi Ovejero raised the rehearsal bouquet of a team that keeps the dream more alive than ever.

Spain trained with Fernando López, Marco Pinto, Jon Zabala, Manu Mora, Víctor Sánchez, Asier Usárraga, Facundo Domínguez, Matthew Foulds, Guillaume Rouet, Manuel Ordás, Alvar Gimeno, Fabien Perrin, Julen Goia, Gauthier Minguilllon and Jordi Jorbá. Gavin van den Berg, Santi Ovejero, Joel Merkler, Mathieu Belie, Aníbal Bonán, Tomás Munilla, Bautista Guemes, Michael Hogg also played.

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