The Pumas are already in South Africa and made their first training session thinking about the crossing against the Springboks next Saturday, August 14, in what will be the first game for each team in the Rugby Championship.
Except Matias Orlando, who worked in a different way because of the injury that marginalized him from the July window, all the players underwent a clarity training that lasted about 50 minutes and the forwards did line exercises under the guidance of Juan Fernández Lobbe. Once said day, which took place at Pearson High School, there was a triple video session.
In turn, it should be noted that Facundo Gigena is already in South African lands, but isolated in another bubble awaiting the results of the swab. For his part, Joel Sclavi will be traveling in the next few days to join the squad.