Three Nations: Rennie praised and expressed great respect for Los Pumas

The shards of the historical Puma’s win over New Zealand continue to spread across Australia and meeting before the Wallabies the next Saturday at 5am on ESPN 2 and ESPN Play, the coach of the local team, Dave rennie, referred to the Argentine team and stated that “The whole world thought the All Blacks won“.

The coach of the yellow team spoke later when giving the training to face Los Pumas and added that “I wasn’t surprised at how focused they were, because they were locked up for a while. Without distractions, they have been training together for a long time. But what impressed me the most was that they kept tackling. Even in times when they seemed a bit vulnerable, the players made key tackles. I cannot speak ill of them. It was impressive and the result was deserved. “

From the Australian media they sought to elucidate where the hand of the former Wallabies coach was, Michael Cheika, who joined Los Pumas once they were in Sydney. Some credit for the result was given to the former Australians coach, now Mario Ledesma’s right-hand man. “I’m not sure what his role is, I know he’s kind of like a specialist and he’s contributing and helping where needed, “Rennie said.

Where Rennie does believe that Cheika had influence was in the Argentine defensive power: “It was certainly a defensive effort really impressive. So if he had something to do with it, he did a good job. ” But he also realized where the coach who previously occupied his place did not have too much interference: “They appealed a lot to the kick, I suppose he did not have much influence on that,” concluded the Australian coach.