The historic triumph of Los Pumas against the All Blacks this Saturday left a lot of cloth to cut. In what was a real game, those led by Mario Ledesma brought out all their dedication and thus surpassed the Men in Black for the first time in its history.
Nicolas Sanchez He was the great figure of the match, scoring 25 points for the Argentine national team, including a try with pure magic after an exquisite left-handed hat.
However, and with the support of the statistics, it is worth highlighting the defensive work that the national team had throughout the 80 minutes, one of the aspects of the game in which both staff and players emphasized throughout their preparation for him Three nations.
170! were the effective tackles that accumulated among all the Argentine players who were on the court, against 112 of the rivals. The Pumas, then, got 91%, while the All Blacks, 90%.
The three who tackled the most were Mark Kremer (29), Julian Montoya (16) and Matías Alemanno (14). But nevertheless, Guido petti (13), Francisco Gomez Kodela (13) and Pablo Matera (10) were not left behind.
On the backs’ side, the one who knocked down an opponent the most times was the scrum half Thomas Cubelli (12), but the debutante Santiago Chocobares, who was very firm, followed him closely (10).