Nicolás Sanchez passed the 800-point barrier with the Los Pumas jersey. With the ten goals scored against Wales, the Tucumán opening reached the 801 in your personal account and it is affirmed like the historical scorer of the selected one.
The tucuman reached the international window in July with 791 points in his history, the product of 13 tries, 108 conversions, 158 penalties and 12 drops with the light blue and white jersey. With the two penalties and the two conversions in the 20-20 draw of those led by Mario Ledesma against the last Six Nations champion, the Stade Français player rounded figures in those areas to reach a new record.
In turn, in the aforementioned match against the Red Dragons, Sánchez completed his test number 86 with the Los Pumas jacket, thus equaling the line of Rolando Martín and Lisandro Arbizu, leaving only three matches of Agustín Creevy, the player with the most caps in the history of the national team (89).