Los Pumas: Pablo Matera’s video that went around the world


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Los Pumas: Pablo Matera's video that went around the world

It was three minutes into the game between The Pumas Y New Zealand, heartbeats to a thousand and a lot of adrenaline at the Bankwest Stadium in Sydney. When the captain of the Argentine team, Pablo Matera, had a particular dialogue with the Australian referee Angus gardner.

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The third row and a talk of respect and leadership in the middle of the game against the All Blacks.

In this conversation, the one emerged in Alumni, acknowledged that he defended one of his teammates at the insistence of the referee not to do so and fired a phrase that will remain in the memory of the oval sport: “I play for my country and that is not respect”, while the shield of the Argentine Rugby Union was touched with the hand.

That image revolved around all the world and it moved not only the entire country, but also the entire planet.


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