The Pumas that beat the three powers of the Southern Hemisphere


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The Pumas that beat the three powers of the Southern Hemisphere

It is true that this Saturday’s victory against the All Blacks was, without a doubt, the most important in the history of The Pumas. But it is also true that there were many others who were very valuable to Argentine rugby.

As for example those who beat Australia and South Africaespecially during the last few years. The 25-15 by the Three nations Against the New Zealanders, who will go down in history, he left many outstanding statistics.

There are 12 players from Los Pumas that, throughout his career at the national team level, they managed to beat the three powers of the Southern Hemiferium. They are:

Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro: to Australia in 2014 (Mendoza) and in 2018 (Gold Coast), and to South Africa in 2015 (Durban), in 2016 (Salta) and in 2018 (Mendoza)

Julian Montoya: to Australia in 2018 (Gold Coast) and to South Africa in 2015 (Durban) and in 2016 (Salta)

Guido petti: to Australia in 2018 (Gold Coast) and to South Africa in 2015 (Durban), in 2016 (Salta) and in 2018 (Mendoza)

Matías Alemanno: to Australia in 2014 (Mendoza) and in 2018 (Gold Coast), and to South Africa in 2015 (Durban), in 2016 (Salta) and in 2018 (Mendoza)

Pablo Matera: to Australia in 2018 (Gold Coast) and to South Africa in 2015 (Durban), 2016 (Salta) and in 2018 (Mendoza)

Mark Kremer: to Australia in 2018 (Gold Coast) and to South Africa in 2018 (Mendoza)

Thomas Cubelli: to Australia in 2014 (Mendoza) and to South Africa in 2015 (Durban), in 2016 (Salta) and in 2018 (Mendoza)

Nicolas Sanchez: to Australia in 2014 (Mendoza) and in 2018 (Gold Coast), and to South Africa in 2015 (Durban), in 2016 (Salta) and in 2018 (Mendoza)

Juan Imhoff: to Australia in 2014 (Mendoza) and to South Africa in 2015 (Durban) a

Baptist Delguy: to Australia in 2018 (Gold Coast) and to South Africa in 2018 (Mendoza)

Santiago Medrano: to Australia in 2018 (Gold Coast) and to South Africa in 2018 (Mendoza)

Gonzalo Bertranou: To Australia in 2018 (Gold Coast) and to South Africa in 2018 (Mendoza)


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