The scrum half of Los Pumas Tomás Cubelli made his official Western Force debut and despite the defeat by 27-11, what a paradox, against his former club in Australia Brumbies, he had the pleasure of scoring a try with 4 ‘left before the end of the match. They were also starters in the team Santiago Medrano and Tomás Lezana.
True to his style, the 9 marked a try of those that surprise, but not so much to those who know him. His speed and vision of the game were key to his first victory in the Super Rugby Australia that began this Friday in Argentina.
Cubelli entered at 11 minutes of the complement and in a ruck he found the space that allowed him to make the journey to the ingoal and score his first try of the season. In addition to his first conquest, he complied with “the ex’s law”, since Brumbies was his home in the 2016 and 2017 season.
But not all were flowers for Cubelli in his debut in the Perth team, since 3 minutes after being on the field of play he had a collision with a teammate who, without luck, kneed him in the head, which made him scrum half had to play the rest of the game with a black headband improvised by the club’s doctors.