The ‘Guaje’ David Villa enjoyed every minute of his return to the stadium where he was born as a soccer player. At the training of the Spanish team in El Molinon became a tribute to Villa. Fans continuously arrived the stadium since the training of Finland concluded, the rival of Spain, who trained just before the players of Vicente Del Bosque.
When Del Bosque says that Villa is a special case within the selection, it is backed by talking about the best goal scorer in the history of Spanish soccer. The Asturian has 53 goals that make him the best striker in the history of the nearly 93 years of the Spanish team, 35 of them with Del Bosque as a coach.
The serious injury suffered by Villa left him out of the Euro Cup and from the podium so usual to the Asturian. After a process of recovery and a storm of controversy lived with the club about his future, the ‘7 Bravo’ regained the confidence of people and technical body; Villa came back.
The ‘Red’ will play tomorrow with the support of a full Stadium, the first of the two matches which will face in decisive week for the Brazil 2014 World Cup standings. After Finland will come the hour of play in Paris, the expected match against France for the leadership of the group.
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