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The Pumas lost to Wales and could not extend their good moment

*The highlights of the match

The Pumas fell to Wales 20-13 on Saturday in the game played at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, in what was their second test of the tour of Europe which they will complete against Scotland next Saturday. The Argentine team wasted the opportunity to add its second win on its tour, after last Sunday’s historic second victory against England with 30-29, at the famous Twickeham Stadium in London.

The only try of the Argentine team was scored by Tucuman Nahuel Tetaz Chaparrowhile Emiliano Boffelli added two penalties and a conversion. In turn, the hosts got two tries through Taulupe Faletau and Tomos Willians, while Gareth Anscombe added a penalty and two conversions, and sub Rhys Priestland bagged another penalty.

Monday, after the celebrations against England, The Cougars They rose from eighth to sixth place in the world rankings prepared by World Rugby. The team led by the Australian coach Michael Cheika overtook the representatives of Australia and Wales, who fell to seventh and eighth place respectively.

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The Pumas will conclude their tour for Europe ante Scotland, at 12.15pm on Saturday 19th at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh. In addition, it all serves as preparation for the next World Cup to be held in France in 2023. There is the Argentina will share Group D with England, Samoa, Chile and Japan.

Argentina failed against Wales in Cardiff (Reuters)
Argentina failed against Wales in Cardiff (Reuters)

The World Rugby Top 10 is as follows:

1. Ireland 90.63

2. France 89.41

3. New Zealand 88.64

4. South Africa 88.41

5. England 84.45

6. Argentina 83.01

7. Australia 82.08

8. Scotland 80.74

9. Storms 80.28

10. Japan 77.39

With information from Telam

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