This thumping win, and Bourgoin's surprise defeat to Petraca, means the Warriors look destined for the final stages of the Cup after brushing aside a physical Bucharesti Oaks, in fine style, but again they picked up some knocks and bruises.
The Romanian started his playing career in 1987, where he had a five-year stint with Sportul Studentesc, and made 243 appearances for clubs like Crema Calcio, Natonal and Rapid Bucharesti. He retired from active football in 2003.
Despite horrendous weather conditions in Bucharest, the Worcester Warriors put together a controlled and measured performance to record only their second consecutive win of the season against Bucharesti.
Worcester were still left with both Loki Crichton and Joe Carlisle as experienced kickers but they were repeatedly out-played by the boot by Bucharesti who time and time again ended any attacking chances that Worcester had with a well-placed kick.
Worcester never looked in danger of losing the match but at times they struggled to cope with Bucharesti's direct style of play.
On top of that, Dinamo Bucharesti star Mihai Ravariu was banned for two years in March after he tested positive for the use of a human growth hormone gonadotrophin following the European club game against Saracens.