After Los Pumas tied again with the Wallabies last weekend and closing a great Three Nations, the Ranking of World Rugby threw his final numbers for this atypical 2020. The selected one directed by Mario Ledesma confirmed his great sporting moment and was in eighth place, had moved up two places after the historic win against the All Blacks, far exceeding the 10th notch of 2019.
With 80.31, the blue and white set was close to the seventh place occupied by Scotland (80.82).
On the other hand, both England, the brand new winner of the Six Nations and the Autumn Nations Cup, remained in second position with 89.49, glancing sideways at the pointer and last world champion, South Africa (94.20).
It is worth remembering that World Rugby reported that the draw for the 2023 World Cup will be held next Monday, December 14 at the Palais Brongniart, located in Paris, and the World Rugby Ranking as of January 1, 2020 will be taken into account for determine the groups. As of that date, Los Pumas ranked tenth.
?? The 2020 international matches were finished and thus the first 20 places in the world ranking of #WorldRugby. #ThePumas they are located in the eighth position. ??#RUGBYxESPN pic.twitter.com/EyCDFFeexW
– ScrumRugby (@ScrumESPN) December 7, 2020