On the 3rd day of the Rugby Championship, Poomas defeated the All Blocks for the first time in their history. A great achievement.
Historical, mythological. Argentina beat New Zealand this Saturday morning as part of Day 3 of the Championship. Puma’s first win in history against All Blacks. Argentina won 25-15 against the New Zealanders, converting only 6 penalties once more than the opponents of the day, including a late attempt, and only one match against the Kiwis. It was their opening half, Nicola Sanchez, a State Franாய்ois player who scored all of his team’s points (one try (19), one conversion, and six penalties) and allowed the All Blocks to control, but avenged their defeat last week in Australia (24-22). ). New Zealand coach Ian Foster made ten changes to look like a regular team, with all of their current best players in a front row, especially Tyrell Lomax, Dan Coles and Joe Moody.
But this was unaccounted for without Argentina, with this new edition being the trio’s first match and the first match in 13 months, with their victory in the World Cup against the United States in Japan (47-17). Mario Ledesma’s training, which had already led to a 16-3 lead, was imperial from start to finish, making many mistakes against the unruly All Blocks, both in attack and defense. They waited until the 53rd minute when Sam Crane reduced the score to a stop when Caleb Clarke was stopped for a try before scoring the first try of the game. But it was too late.
Two failures in a row
Nothing exactly happened to the black men who embraced the second defeat for the first time since 2011. The day to add pride to Argentina, the little thumb of the rugby championship. “It’s a great match for Argentine rugby today,” said captain Pablo Matera, happily drunk. There are a lot of guys who put this jersey in front of us and we got it here. We are used to (suffering), which is always difficult for Argentina. We wanted to show Argentina that if you work hard, you will get your rewards. ”
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