Debuts, tries, tackles and assists: the weekend of the Argentines in Europe

Debuts, tries, tackles and assists: the weekend of the Argentines in Europe

This rugby weekend was very positive for Argentine players based in Europe. From debuts, tries and very good returns in days full of activity in the old continent.

Agustin Creevy, one of the best performing ones, once again achieved a conquest on this date. The hooker supported London Irish’s first try in their draw at 25 against Gloucester. Although the tie left little flavor, the former captain of Los Pumas can leave happy. With the try against Gloucester, Creevy accumulates his fourth consecutive victory in five Premiership dates.

After a bittersweet debut, Thomas Cubelli He had minutes in Biarritz again. Although it was lost to Castres, the scrum half was able to score his first try in the Top 14. With the match 26-13, Cubo managed to enter the opposite ingoal and contributed to give a little more suspense to a match that had started with a constant back and forth.

The other side of that meeting was the Castres de Benjamin Urdapilleta. The starter played as a starter this weekend and brought a lot down from his precision footing. One of the great examples of this was the assistance that the number 10 gave with this crossed kick to enable Botitu, which he received and supported. In addition, Urdapilleta accumulated 8 points in the match.

After a tough tour with Los Pumas, Matías Moroni he returned with all to the activity of the Premiership. The center, who was returning to England after playing the Rugby Championship, had action in Leicester’s victory over Worcester. Tute scored as one of the trymans of the victory 48 to 3 of his team, which accumulates its fifth consecutive victory in this start of the tournament.

In addition, the center gave away one of the best tackles of the date. With excellent timing, Moroni stopped the Worcester player dead to round off a great return to his club.

Another of the Argentines who contributed to the triumph of Leicester was Julian Montoya. The hooker did not want to be less than his compatriot and teammate of selected and scored a try taking advantage of the push in the maul of the forwards of the pointer of the Premiership.

Montoya, like Moroni, also showed all his defensive skills in a game in which his rival did not manage to enter his ingoal. The hooker landed a powerful tackle meters from his ingoal, which left his rival lying on the ground.

Facundo Cordero he also said present in England. At Exeter’s cross against the Wasps, the wing again scored one of his signature tries. The former Regatas culminated a great play by Exeter, key points for the Argentine team to stay with a tight duel against Wasps. It was the third victory for the Argentine wing in the Premiership.

Thomas Lezana had a relentless cover letter at Scarletts. The third row made his debut as a starter for the Welsh team and scored a try in his team’s resounding defeat to Leinester for the fourth round of the United Rugby Championship.

Another of the debuts this weekend was that of Sebastian Cancelliere. In his letter of introduction at the United Rugby Championship, R landed a tremendous tackle to prevent Zebre’s advance in the Glasgow Warrios victory.

Lucas Mensa he continues to have a great moment in the Stade Montois campaign. The center again scored another victory in the sixth victory of his team in Pro D2, a tournament which he has led a couple of dates ago. It was the fourth victory for Mensa in six games.

Tomás De la Vega He did not want to be less and also had his share of prominence in the Pro D2. The former CUBA hit a key tackle that earned Provence all three points. After the forward’s tackle, he ended up forcing a penalty, which was converted by Florent Massip and ended up sentencing his team’s victory 23-17.

The last of the debuts at the weekend was Joaquin Diaz Bonilla. The opening came in Sharks demonstrating his great ability to put together a game with an assist in the Sharks fall to Cardiff Blues.

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