The Spanish women’s basketball team continues its way to gold in the eurobasket female 2015. And now, he’s doing steadily and if already in the first phase won every game they played, now in the second phase also He has won all three games, keeping the first place in the group.

The first meeting of the second phase began with a fantastic display before the selection of Croatia, which was won with a score of 95-52. Individually, big game Astou Ndour, with another double-double (14 points and 11 rebounds) and Alba Torrens and Marta Xargay, maximum scorers of the match with 16 points each.

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The next opponent was Serbia, a team that much more complicated things. The game remained tied until Spain was able to distance on the scoreboard in the last five minutes, to finally win 91-80. Great game of Alba Torrens (25 points) of Laura Nicholls (20 points) and Astou Ndour, with double figures again.

Finally, as with the ticket to the quarterfinals in his pocket, it was measured Spain to Russia to secure first place. Despite the strong inside game of Russian, Spain dominated from the defense and won 66-57, in another big scorer for day Alba Torrens, who went to 24 points and 5 assists.

Spain will cross in the quarterfinals against Montenegro, on Thursday 25 starting at 18:00. The Balkan team completed the first stage in second place behind France, and now in fourth place after winning a game anymore. His most outstanding player is Angelica Robinson, a nationalized playing in Spain.

If Spain wins, it would cross in the semifinals with the winner of Russia – France, after the galas have not been able to conquer the first place in their group. The other two quarterfinal matches of which will go the other finalist are Turkey – Serbia and Lithuania – Belarus.

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The Spanish women's basketball team continues its way to gold in the eurobasket female 2015. And now, he's doing steadily and if already in the first phase won every game they played, now in the second phase also He has won all three games, keeping the first place in...