The Pumas fell before France from 29 to 20 at the start of the November window for both selected. Tomás Cubelli and Mateo Carreras They supported the tries of the Argentine team.
The first half showed the best of Los Pumas in the game. Beyond the initial disadvantage for the two distance penalties of Melvyn Jaminet, those directed by Mario Ledesma had several aspects to highlight.
The revenue at that good moment for Los Pumas came at 21 minutes, when after covering a 22-meter exit, Pablo Matera stayed near the ingoal and Tomás Cubelli, With sheer cunning, she woke up early to the local defense, still surprised by the previous action. However, in the best moment of the Argentine team, the yellow team Marcos Kremer and Julien Marchand were used in a better way by France, than with a new penalty of Jaminet, from midfield, he went up to rest by 9 to 7.
The second half also started at a dizzying pace. The Pumas did not give in their convictions and managed to get up with a penalty from afar by Emiliano Boffelli. However, the advantage was short-lived. Immediately, France positioned itself in Albiceleste territory and taking advantage of a deconcentration in defense, marked its first conquest through Thibaud Flament.
From there, France began to take control of the party. Beyond some isolated play in favor of the Argentines, the heat map of the match was centered near the ingoal of Los Pumas, who despite defending stoically, committed several infractions and could not prevent a new conquest of Le Bleu by from Peato Mauvaka.
The final minutes showed the Argentine cast desperately seeking to discount the advantage and having, with the try of Mateo Carreras (after a good aerial reception from Boffelli), a fair reward for a team that never lowered its arms. France took the triumph that was never in doubt and that left Los Pumas with a bitter taste in their first match of the international window in November.
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