The Pumas 7’s got a key win against Australia and then fell to New Zealand in Tokyo 2020


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The Pumas 7's got a key win against Australia and then fell to New Zealand in Tokyo 2020

In his debut in the Jolympic games, The Pumas 7’s beat Australia 29-19 and they achieved a key victory to dream of the passage to the next instance. The Argentine team played an exceptional first half and managed to win against a direct rival in Group A, which he shares with the All Blacks 7s and South Korea. In the second turn, those led by Santiago Gómez Cora tried to face New Zealand, at times it was achieved but at the close of the match, the Kiwis turned on the try-making machine and they ended up winning by 35 to 14. In the evening, at 10:30 p.m. from Argentina, they will define the positions of the zone against South Korea.

LOS PUMAS 7’S – NEW ZEALAND (Monday)

Argentina started with a great job of pressure on a very complicated rival who had just beaten South Korea. Thanks to this, it was that the ball got to Marcos Moneta to do magic in a tremendous run down the left side of the court and scored the first try of the match. Subsequently, the All Blacks 7’s took advantage of a ball recovered in full Argentine attack and Ngarohi McGarvwy-Black finished in the ingoal to equalize the story.

At the end of a very intense first stage in the game, an error in a tackle left the Kiwis to dominate the ball and turn the score around with a victory by Sione Molia and go to halftime up 14-7.

The Pumas 7’s began the complement at full speed, trying to take over the ball again and they succeeded. Thanks to the work of the team, it was Luciano Gonzalez the one that capitalized on it with a new try converted by Santiago Mare to tie the match at 14. However, instantly, New Zealand reacted and took the lead again with the conquests of Joe Webber and Tim Mikkelson.

Beyond the forced errors, Argentina did not make it easy for the most difficult rival in the group in the match that finally ended with a New Zealand victory with a conquest over the end of William Warbrick who decreed the 35 to 14 final.

The Pumas 7’s: 9. Matías Osadczuk, 6. Santiago Álvarez Fourcade (C), 2. Lucio Cinti, 8. Gastón Revol, 10. Santiago Mare, 4. Ignacio Mendy, 12. Marcos Moneta.

Substitutes: 1. Rodrigo Isgro, 3. Germán Schulz, 5. Rodrigo Etchart, 7. Lautaro Bazán Vélez, 11. Luciano González Rizzoni.

LOS PUMAS 7’S 29-19 AUSTRALIA (Sunday)

From the beginning of the match, the Argentine team showed all its superiority against Australia 7’s. Lucio Cinti, in his debut in the Olympic Games, he supported the first try of the match, after a good team move and with patience. Without letting Australia out, with good efficiency in pressure and tackles, the team led by Santiago Gómez Cora increased the distance on the scoreboard thanks to the conquest of Matías Osadczuk, after the push of Cinti.

Immediately, after a brilliant recovery on the kickoff, Marcos Moneta received through the center and broke at full speed to support his try. At the close of the first stage, Ignacio Mendy he increased the score by breaking two tackles to go at halftime with a score in favor of 24-0.

In addition, Australia came out with everything and discounted with two tries in a row, and put him in suspense in the end with the conquest of Semi Radradra. But at the close of the match, Lautaro Bazan Velez He went alone to the Ingoal and declared the victory 29-19.

The Pumas 7’s: 9. Matías Osadczuk, 6. Santiago Álvarez Fourcade (C), 2. Lucio Cinti, 8. Gastón Revol, 10. Santiago Mare, 4. Ignacio Mendy, 12. Marcos Moneta.

Substitutes: 1. Rodrigo Isgro, 3. Germán Schulz, 5. Rodrigo Etchart, 7. Lautaro Bazán Vélez, 11. Luciano González Rizzoni.


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