This is how the history between Los Pumas and the Wallabies remained, after the tie for the Three Nations


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This is how the history between Los Pumas and the Wallabies remained, after the tie for the Three Nations

With the one on Saturday night in Newcastle against Australia, The Pumas added the eleventh tie to their history. A history that, naturally, suffered modifications in the statistics of the confrontations against the Wallabies, a power in the Southern Hemisphere that they managed to beat more times. In fact, he did it the first time they were measured, back in 1979 in Ferro by 24-13.

The 15-15 for the fourth day of the current edition of the Three Nations meant, the second result without advantages in history between both combined: the first had been in 1987 (19-19 in Vélez). That year, the Argentine points came through a try by Diego Cuesta Silva and the foot of Hugo Porta.

Of the other 31 matches they played against each other, 25 ended in victory for the Australians, while 6 for the Argentines. It should be noted, on the other hand, that in Aussie lands, Los Pumas reaped two wins (18-3 in Brisbane in 1983 and 23-19 in Gold Coast in 2018), 13 losses and 1 draw.

The 6 victories of Los Pumas against the Wallabies

-October 27, 1979 Los Pumas 24 vs Australia 13 (+11), in Ferro
-July 31, 1983 Australia 3 vs Los Pumas 18 (+15), in Brisbane
-November 7, 1987 Los Pumas 27 vs Australia 19 (+8), in Velez
-8 November 1997 Los Pumas 18 vs Australia 16 (+2), in Velez
October 4, 2014 Los Pumas 21 vs Australia 17 (+4), in Mendoza
-September 15, 2018 Australia 19 vs Los Pumas 23 (+4), in Gold Coast

All the games between Los Pumas and Australia

-October 27, 1979: Los Pumas 24-Australia 13 (+11), in Ferro
-November 3, 1979: Los Pumas 12-Australia 17 (-5), in Ferro
-July 31, 1983: Australia 3-Los Pumas 18 (+15), in Brisbane
-August 7, 1983: Australia 29-Los Pumas 13 (-16), in Sydney
-July 6, 1986: Australia 39-Los Pumas 19 (-20), in Brisbane
-July 12, 1986: Australia 26-Los Pumas 0 (-26), in Sydney
-October 31, 1987: Los Pumas 19-Australia 19 (0), in Vélez
-November 7, 1987: Los Pumas 27-Australia 19 (+8), in Vélez
October 4, 1991: Australia 32-Los Pumas 19 (-13), in Llanelli – RWC
-April 30, 1995: Australia 53-Los Pumas 7 (-46), in Brisbane
-May 6, 1995: Australia 30-Los Pumas 13 (-17), in Sydney
November 1, 1997: Los Pumas 15-Australia 23 (-8), in Vélez
-8 November 1997: Los Pumas 18-Australia 16 (+2), in Vélez
-June 17, 2000: Australia 53-Los Pumas 6 (-47), in Brisbane
-June 24, 2000: Australia 32-Los Pumas 25 (-7), in Canberra
November 2, 2002: Los Pumas 6-Australia 17 (-11), in Buenos Aires
-October 10, 2003: Australia 24-Los Pumas 8 (-16), in Sydney – RWC
-September 15, 2012: Australia 23-Los Pumas 19 (-4), in Gold Coast
-6 October 2012: Los Pumas 19-Australia 25 (-6), in Rosario
-September 14, 2013: Australia 14-Los Pumas 13 (-1), in Perth
-October 5, 2013: Los Pumas 17-Australia 54 (-37), in Rosario
-September 13, 2014: Australia 32-Los Pumas 25 (-7), in Gold Coast
October 4, 2014: Los Pumas 21-Australia 17 (+4), in Mendoza
-July 25, 2015: Los Pumas 9-Australia 34 (-25), in Mendoza
-October 25, 2015: Australia 29-Los Pumas 15 (-14), at Twickenham – RWC
-September 17, 2016: Australia 36-Los Pumas 20 (-16), in Perth
-October 8, 2016: The Pumas 21-Australia 33 (-12), at Twickenham
-September 16, 2017: Australia 45-Los Pumas 20 (-25), in Canberra
-7 October 2017: Los Pumas 20-Australia 37 (-17), in Mendoza
-September 15, 2018: Australia 19-Los Pumas 23 (+4), in Gold Coast
-6 October 2018: Los Pumas 34-Australia 45 (-11), in Salta
-July 27, 2019: Australia 16-Los Pumas 10 (-6), in Brisbane
-November 21, 2020: Australia 15-Los Pumas 5 (0) in Newcastle


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