The Argentine rugby team, Las Pumas, underwent intensive training based on the series against New Zealand in a match similar to the third day of the rugby championship today.
The training took place at the facilities of the Intercontinental Sanctuary Cove Resort campus on the Gold Coast of Queensland, where coach Mario Ledesma emphasized the program.
It contained the instructions of Juan Martin Fernandez Lope and the collaboration of Australian assistant Michael Seka, and they worked hard to counter the powerful perspectives that all Blocks hold.
The match, related to the third day of the Rugby Championship, will take place at the CPUS Super Stadium in Gold Coast, and will be directed by Australian referee Nick Perry.
Scrum will be the main organization to reach out against All Blocks on September 12th.
In resuming the championship, Los Puma de Ledesma will not have the participation of three players worth his money: Fagundo Isa (right knee sprain) from Santiago, Mathias Moroni (right quadriceps tear) and Nahuel Tetas Chaparro with two technicians in the front row. He then went to Italy to join Bennett.
Coach Mario Ledesma told the media, “All Blacks have too many forwards, punishing you throughout the match with competition and scrum.”
In the first two appearances of the tournament, Las Puma lost in Port Elizabeth against defending world champions South Africa (32-12 and 29-10).
In the balance of the two trials, Las Poomas achieved 89 per cent efficiency in that formation, the highest menu considering that they faced a special pack in this field with South Africa.
That’s why Ledesma is currently taking various variations to court to deal with All Blocks, which is one hundred percent effective.
On the first day of the Rugby Championship on August 14, the New Zealand national team, the All Blacks, won 57 to 22 against the Wallabies of Australia at Eden Park in Auckland. For the twentieth time, the Pledislow Cup is the annual trophy between the two maritime nations.
The two selected will finish the second date on Sunday, September 5, at 3.00pm Argentine time, at the Optus Stadium in Perth).
Puma defeated the mighty New Zealand All Blocks on November 14 of the previous year, for the first time in history, 25 to 15 (PT 16-3), a match valid for the third day of the three-nation tournament. Made in Australia.
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