Since the arrival of Los Pumas to the Rugby Championship in 2012, the Argentine team and the All Blacks they have faced each other 14 times, with all wins for the New Zealanders.
On September 8, 2012, in New Zealand, the Argentine team played the third round of the Rugby Championship and fell 21-5. In that presentation Los Pumas’ only try was scored by Roncero while the figure of the locals was Aaron Cruden with 11 points (three penalties and a conversion).
The meeting with the heaviest scoreboard came two weeks after that New Zealand victory. In the stadium City of La Plata, the oceanic won with an advantage of 39 points, scoring 54 points against 15 of the Argentines. In that game they scored for Argentina Martín Landajo (try), Gonzalo Camacho (try) and Juan Martín Hernández (a penalty and a conversion). On the side of the visiting team, which that night became champion of the tournament, the figure was Cory Jane scoring three tries.
On the other hand, the match with the tightest result was in the last match played by both teams, July 20, 2019, in the stadium of Velez Sarsfield. The Pumas fell 16-20 on the first date of the 2019 edition of the tournament and had in Emiliano Boffelli (a try and a penalty) and Nico Sanchez (two penalties and a conversion) to their scorers.
The full history:
Rugby Championship 2012: New Zealand 21-5 Argentina
Rugby Championship 2012: Argentina 15-54 New Zealand
Rugby Championship 2013: New Zealand 28-13 Argentina
Rugby Championship 2013: Argentina 15-33 New Zealand
Rugby Championship 2014: New Zealand 28-9 Argentina
Rugby Championship 2014: Argentina 13-34 New Zealand
Rugby Championship 2015: New Zealand 39-18 Argentina
Rugby Championship 2016: New Zealand 57-22 Argentina
Rugby Championship 2016: Argentina 17-36 New Zealand
Rugby Championship 2017: New Zealand 39-22 Argentina
Rugby Championship 2017: Argentina 10-36 New Zealand
Rugby Championship 2018: New Zealand 46-24 Argentina
Rugby Championship 2018: Argentina 17-35 New Zealand
Rugby Championship 2019: Argentina 16-20 New Zealand