A 100% in scrum and other statistics left by Los Pumas’ historic triumph against New Zealand


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A 100% in scrum and other statistics left by Los Pumas' historic triumph against New Zealand

Los Pumas’ historic 25-15 victory over the All Blacks in the Rugby Championship He left several statistical data regarding players and the general level of the team.

At a general level, the party produced several interesting numbers. The first one is the number of meters that each team ran with the ball. The All Blacks did 126 meters while the Argentine team practically doubled: 246. In addition, the team of Mario Ledesma he was far superior when it came to scrums, since they won the 100% of the disputed.

Regarding the tackles, the Argentines were inferior by very little since they achieved a 89% effective against 92% New Zealanders. At the individual level who most tackled was Marcos Kremer (with eight hits and two misses) while in the All Blacks was Tyrel Lomax (twelve hits).

In the mauls and rucks, The Pumas they also had a high percentage of effectiveness. In the mauls (they had 2) reached the 100% effective while in the rucks was 96.9% (They got 62 out of 64 correct).

With the 25 points converted by Nico Sánchez, the team opener again scored the same figure that had converted Tonga to Leicester for the 2015 World Cup, where Argentina won 45 to 16. A year later he gave it 29 to Japan in a test match played in Tokyo where Los Pumas won 54-20.

By last Argentina it was the team that more times the ball was passed, with 89 passes against 80 from New Zealand. Who stood out in the Argentine team in this area was Thomas Cubelli (55) while in the All Blacks it was Aaron smith (46).

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In his debut in the Three Nations 2020, the Argentine national team defeated the All Blacks 25-15, generating everyone’s madness.


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