The Pumas closed the Rugby Championship with a 32-17 loss to Australia


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The Pumas closed the Rugby Championship with a 32-17 loss to Australia

On the last date of Rugby Championshi, The Pumas lost 32-17 to Wallabies and they did not achieve a victory in the pageant. The duel took place in the Gold Coast CBUS Stadium.

Argentina and Australia they began with a total dispute over territory. The kicks were the center of focus in the initial minutes. Emiliano Boffelli got the possibility of put in front to the Argentine team, but with a deflected kick, kept the score at zero.

Later, Quade Cooper He followed in the footsteps of the Argentine and failed to take the opportunity of the penalty. However, with a Los Pumas unsuccessful scrum, the australian opening He took advantage of the opportunity, hit the sticks and put Los Wallabies on top.

The first try arrived for the Australian cast with the signing of Folau Fainga’a and the alarms in Argentina began due to the shortcomings in obtaining. In this way, Andrew Kellaway supported the second conquest of Australia and with Cooper’s positive balance, they went to break 20-3.

At plug-in startup, the Argentine team got no answers before the fluidity of the Australian game. The tackles fault and the few phases led to Kellaway support two more tries and reach the hat-trick. With the party already sentenced, the team led by Mario Ledesma went in search of the discount.

Thomas Gallo debuted with the Argentine shirt and made the greatest wish: score two tries with the albicelste jacket. The first supported him in the middle of the second half and, the next, it was less than ten minutes from the end to leave with 17 units to the Argentines.

The Wallabies could boost and stabilize your game in the final act, while Los Pumas tried to resist the wave of attacks by the local country. Argentina was left without celebrating a victory in the contest and not so many in the standings.

For its part, Australia secured second place in the Rugby Championship behind champion New Zealand. Those led by Dave Rennie lost both games to the All Blacks, but both times defeated Springboks and Pumas.


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