What an exquisite day for Argentinian rugby as Tomas Albornoz scores an unbelievable attempt to seal a report 48-17 win over the woeful Wallabies.
Extremely, that places Los Pumas on prime of the Rugby Championship after two rounds and has utterly taken the wind out of Australia’s sails.
The undermanned Wallabies should lick their wounds and return residence to organize for a date with the world champion – and in addition stinging – Springboks in Adelaide on August 27.
“Clearly disappointed, that probably fell short of standards,” stand-in Wallabies captain James Slipper mentioned.
“They’re a tough team to play catchup footy against. Every (Rugby Championship) team has won one now and we’re excited to go home for two games against South Africa. Looking forward to playing in front of our fans.”