Dubai Sevens: The Pumas 7s lost to Australia and will go for the Bronze

The Pumas 7’s they played the semifinals of the Gold Cup from Dubai Seven. The national team lost to Australia in a 40-0 win and will be measured against France for the Bronze from 11.29. All the action at Seven in Dubai, you can follow it live on Star +.

ARGENTINA 0-40 AUSTRALIA (Saturday, day 2) – Semifinal (Gold)

The Pumas 7’s they could not with an overwhelming Australia and were widely outmatched. The oceanic team won 40-0 with two tries from the figure of the match: Josh Turner. The team of Santiago Gomez Cora He did not manage to score points and now he will seek to stay again with the Bronze, just like last week, this time they will face France.

Argentina formed with: Santiago Alvarez, Germán Schulz, Joaquín de la Vega, Gastón Revol, Felipe Del Mestre, Luciano González and Tomás Elizalde. They entered: Marcos Moneta, Rodrigo Isgro, Santiago Vera Feld, Tomas Lizazú and Joaquín Lamas.

ARGENTINA 33-12 GREAT BRITAIN (Saturday, day 2) – Quarterfinals (Gold)

The Argentine players were superior throughout the entire match. Felipe Del Mestre He started the game with a try. Later Luciano Gonzalez molded a categorical victory with two tries under his belt, as did Marcos Moneta who visited the ingoal for the first time in Dubai. The Europeans tried to get closer on the scoreboard with two conquests by Jamie Farndale but the Argentines continued their winning momentum and closed the match with a try of Santiago Vera Feld.

Argentina formed with: Santiago Alvarez Fourcade, Germán Schulz, Joaquín de la Vega, Gastón Revol, Felipe Del Mestre, Luciano González and Tomas Elizalde. They entered: Marcos Moneta, Rodrigo Isgro, Santiago Vera Feld, Tomas Lizazú and Joaquín Lamas.

ARGENTINA 7–40 FIJI (Friday, day 1)
An early yellow to Tomás Lizazú in the first seconds of the match made the islanders take advantage of it to put themselves ahead of Waisea Nacuqu. It was followed by an interception by Josua Vakurunabili and then, with two balls recovered, Nacuqu and Kaminieli Rasaku finished in the ingoal. The author of the two tries was responsible for three conversions to leave the set with a bulky 26-0.

The complement was more than the defined match, but Los Pumas 7’s did not lower their arms. A try by Tomás Elizalde discounted the difference but the figure of the match, Waisea Nacuqu, reappeared to score his hat-trick. Elia Canakaivata in the epilogue rounded off the win 40-7.

Argentina formed with; Germán Shultz, Rodrigo Isgro, Mateo Graziano, Santiago Vera Feld, Tomás Lizazú, Joaquín Lamas and Tomás Elizalde. Gastón Revol, Santiago Alvarez, Marcos Moneta and Joaquín de la Vega entered

ARGENTINA 21–14 FRANCE (Friday, day 1)
Stephen Parez cut himself off and put the Gauls ahead, but a kick from Joaquín Lamas, which Marcos Moneta managed to continue with his foot, allowed Joaquín de la Vega to even the result. Pierre Mignot again found the space to go straight to the ingoal and again Los Pumas 7’s managed to tie the game with Joaquín Lamas to leave the set equalized at 14 points with the conversions of Lamas and Paulin Riva.

The second half was even and Argentina had it against France against their ingoal for a couple of minutes until finally Germán Schulz managed to break the defense to score the try that ultimately gave him the victory.

Argentina formed with: Santiago Alvarez, Joaquín de la Vega, Rodrigo Isgro, Gastón Revol, Marcos Moneta, Santiago Vera Freld and Joaquín Lamas. Then Germán Schulz entered

ARGENTINA 21-14 SPAIN (Friday, day 1)
The contest was not easy for the Albicelestes who won thanks to the tries of Germán Schultz, Joaquín de la Vega and Santiago Vera Feld. The 3 conversions were in charge of Felipe del Mestre. The Europeans showed a frank growth and were always in the game thanks to the conquests of Eduardo López and Pol Pla that Juan Ramos rounded it up by 7 points.

Argentina formed with: Santiago Alvarez, Germán Schultz, Joaquín de la Vega, Gastón Revol, Felipe del Mestre, Luciano González and Tomás Elizalde. Then Marcos Moneta, Rodrigo Isgro, Mateo Graziano and Santiago Vera Feld entered.

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