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The Leonas XV are proclaimed European rugby champions for the eighth time with a beating: 87-0
The Spanish women’s team of rugby XV has been proclaimed European champion for the eighth time – fifth in a row – by beating this Saturday the young and renewed team from the Netherlands by a resounding 87-0 at the Pedro Escartín Municipal Stadium, in Guadalajara.
It is the eighth European title of the Lionesses XV, the qunto achieved in a row. With today’s game, the Spanish have faced the Dutch team ten times, and they have not yielded a single game. With this victory, the Lionesses also have access to the qualifying tournament for the New Zealand World Cup 2021, which will be played next September and where Ireland, Scotland and Italy are already waiting.
With a much superior lead and taking possession, Spain’s dominance was absolute against the Dutch debutants, who, without verticality, barely managed to penetrate the line of 22.
In just fifteen minutes, Spain left its mark and marked differences to get the final on track. Maria Losada achieved the first mark just after two minutes of meeting, and shortly after Bea Domínguez, Lide Erbina Y Amalia Argudo they were doing three more trials.
The Spanish forward, solid in the scrum and attentive in defense, pushed and repelled her opponents with force. Spain monopolized three quarters of the possession and Holland barely crossed the midfield.
However, the pressure of the pupils of Jose Antonio Barrio. The Spanish forward continued to set the tempo of the clash, and midway through the first period the second marks of Bea Dominguez Y Lead Erbina.
The duel was decided, but Spain did not cease in its push. Completed half an hour of play Alba Vinuesa rehearsing for the right wing, and Laura Delgado In the center.
After eight trials added in the first half, Spain could already think about its future duel with Ireland, the “15 of the Clover” the key to reach the coveted World Cup in New Zealand. A) Yes, Maria calvo relieved Maria Losada, still affected by an injury to her left knee, and little by little the other substitutes gave rest to other teammates.
Hurt in pride, Holland increased her momentum and managed to hold the Lionesses in their field for a few minutes. However, Spain struck again, with three gallops of Elisabet segarra Y Alba Vinuesa, twice.
Halfway through the second part, the faith of Saioa Jaurena and the speed of Maria Garcia they put in the light 80-0, which surpassed the record of annotation of Spain in an official party, that dated from 2013. Netherlands, without their captain Linde van der Velden, who had to leave the field injured, was even more fragile, completely overwhelmed by the Lionesses.
In the last section of the final, the forces were balanced, although the attitude did not decline in the national team, which continued looking for the test as if it were the first. In fact, there was still time to watch Alba Vinuesa mark her fourth rehearsal of the afternoon.
Incontestable victory for Spain, which revalidates its European crown and is already waiting for Ireland, on March 13, to fight for its passport to New Zealand.