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Rugby Championship | Estadio Malvinas Argentinas
22:30 (GMT) | 08-10-2017
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The Wallabies lose it forward after making it inside the 10. The hosts give it away and the ball goes into touch. FULL TIME
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Scrum against the Pumas at the mid field
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Foley adds 2 more
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Line-out to the Wallabies now at the mid field. Kerevi gets it along the touch line and gives it inside to Hodge who turns on the acceleration to go over the line and get his double. TRY
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Line-out for the hosts at the 5 of the visitors. The referee says penalty against Argentina almost immediately after the throw. Hodge boots it into touch at the half way
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The Pumas win a penalty after the restart and kick into touch
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He takes the kick and puts it just wide
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The referee gives the Wallabies another penalty and Hodge steps up for a kick at goal roughly 50 meters out
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The Wallabies loose it forward after the restart. The Pumas give it away and the ball is cleared
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Foley sets up for a kick at goal and makes the lead a bit more convincing
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The referee sounds his whistle for a penalty against the Pumas and the referee refers to the TMO for a an earlier dangerous tackle. Kremer is sent to the bin
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The Wallabies rushing forward now as they push inside the 22 of the hosts
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The Wallabies take it to the 10 and turnover. They pass forward in the break and the Australians have a scrum at the half way
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The Pumas clear and the Wallabies work their way forward from the half way. They make it to the 22 but Cordero gets it and boots it to the 50 meter line
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Scrum to the hosts inside their 22
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Line-out taken and the ball moved to Genia and Hodge picks a ball while on the run and goes through the sleeping defence to go over the line. The referee looks to the TMO and they decide the ball was passed forward
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The Pumas are pushed back after the reset kick. The Wallabies have it around the mid field now. They win a penalty and kick into touch inside the 22 of the home team
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Foley with a kick from the 22. He takes it and puts it between the sticks
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The Pumas turnover after the scrum and clear. The ball is lost in touch by the hosts and the Wallabies have a throw at the half way. They take the throw and send it to Hodge who runs to the 22 before handing it over to Genia who scoots forward over the line to score the TRY
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Scrum reset at their 10
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The referee awards the visitors a scrum after the reset kick is lost forward by the hosts
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Sanchez adds the 2 extras
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The ball moved up to the posts after the scrum and Iglesias picks it up and steps into the gap with relative ease as he drifts over the line to score the TRY
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Scrum reset
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The ball is chipped forward by the hosts and Beale picks it up but is ran into touch by the home team. The referee says scrum to the hosts at the 5 of the visitors
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The Pumas have it inside the 10 of the visitors after the reset
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He adds the extras from an unmissable position
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The ball moved between the 5 and 22 of the hosts as the Australians look for space. Foley gets it and sells a dummy then runs into the gap to score a TRY
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Scrum reset
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The ball lost forward in contact by the hosts. Scrum to the visitors at the 5
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The ball is kicked into touch at the 5 and the Pumas drive the Wallabies back in the maul. Beale looks to burst through the middle for his team but the Pumas defence is strong
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Penalty inside the 22 and Genia takes it quickly, looking to catch the Pumas unaware. The referee halts play for a penalty to the away team
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The reset kick is taken by the Wallabies and they build from the mid field
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Foley steps up for a kick at goal. He takes the kick and again sends it wide
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Scrum to the Pumas outside their 22 but they give away a penalty in the scrum
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The Wallabies almost make it over the line from the kickoff with some intense attacking in the opening minutes. The turnover is there and the ball is cleared. The Wallabies come again, but lose it forward
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The second half is underway

Half Time

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The ball kicked into touch at the 22 of the visitors and the Argentinian side opt for the maul. The visitors win a penalty to end the half. HALF TIME
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The Pumas with some good link up play along the wing as Sanchez and Tuculet run around Beale to unleash the fullback and allow him the space to score a try. The referee refers to the TMO and says knock-on in the build up. No try and penalty to the Pumas at the half way
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Sanchez adds 3 points to level the score
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The Pumas win a penalty after the restart. Both teams allowing their discipline to run amok this game. Sanchez lines up a kick at goal
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Foley puts it wide again
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Line-out taken and the ball is moved along the 5. Genia sends it far out wide to Hodge who is floating in space waiting for the ball. He gets it and soars over the try line to score his team's second TRY
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Penalty to the Wallabies inside the Pumas half and the ball is kicked into touch at the 5 of the hosts
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The visitors have a line-out and look to build from the home team 10
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Foley with the deep restart into the 22. The Pumas take it out the back and clear into touch at their 10
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Sanchez takes a shot at goal and puts his team ahead with 3 points
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The Pumas lose it and the ball is kicked back into the home team half. The Pumas come again and win a penalty inside the 22 of the hosts
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The ball is put into touch at the 5 of the hosts and the Wallabies move inside the 5 but then stop. The call to use it is there and a kick forward comes but de la Fuente picks it up for his side. Sanchez gets it and breaks through the middle
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The Wallabies fight for it after the reset kick and their pressure pays off as they win a penalty at the 10 of the home team
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Sanchez adds the extras
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They work the ball up and down the 5. Alemanno gets it and powers through the defence to put it down on the padding around the sticks. TRY
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Another penalty after the throw and Sanchez puts it into touch at the 5 again. The Pumas look for the maul and make some ground but the away team hold
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The ball sent into touch after the reset and the Pumas win a penalty around the mid field and kick into touch at the 5 of the visitors
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Foley sends it wide
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The Wallabies have it after the reset and send it out wide to Koroibete who shrugs off one and tumbles from the 22 over the line to secure the TRY
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Australia win the scrum and get a penalty. Foley lines up another kick at goal. He takes the kick and sends it wide
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Scrum to the home team outside their 22
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The visitors turnover at the half way and kick forward looking for a runner but the referee halts play for a penalty to the hosts as the ball is knocked forward
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The Wallabies push the Pumas back after the reset but the hosts fight to make it into the opposition half
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Penalty against the hosts in front of the sticks and Foley opens the scoring with 3 points
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They opt for the maul and they rumble towards the try line before sending it back. The Pumas showing a solid defence thus far, despite somewhat lacking in discipline
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The Wallabies progress inside the danger zone of the Pumas and win a penalty from a ruck. Foley puts it into touch at the 5
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Scrum reset
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The ball lost forward after the throw and the away team have a scrum at the half way
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Penalty to the home team and Sanchez kicks it into touch around his 10
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The Wallabies make their way forward with good strength. The Pumas form the last line at their try line and force and error from the attackers. Scrum to the hosts at their 5
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Scrum to the Wallabies at the Pumas 10
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The ball lost forward by the Pumas at their 10 as they move it up field
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The Australian side give away a penalty inside the 22 of the hosts and the home team kick into touch at the home team 10
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Scrum to the visitors
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The ball moved along the half way by the Pumas but they lose it forward in contact
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Scrum to the hosts
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The hosts hold the Wallabies off after the kickoff. They clear into touch and the away team take it quickly and make it to the half way before losing it forward
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The referee sounds his whistle and Foley gets us underway
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The respective anthems being sung now
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The players readying themselves to leave the lockers rooms now
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Australia have won 14 of their last 15 games against Argentina, including each of their last five clashes. Indeed, the Wallabies have come away with a win on four of their last five visits to Argentina to face the Pumas, including a 34-9 victory on their last such expedition
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You would have to look at the entire Argemntinean team to see if they would contain themselves and remain disciplined - their biggest downfall the last couple of years. For entertainment value there is fullback Joaquin Tuculet, centre Jeronimo de la Fuente and flyhalf Nicolas Sanchez.
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Before the Rugby Championship, Argentina lost twice to a virtual England reserve side because of British and Irish Lions call-ups and beat second-tier rugby nation Georgia.
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Welcome to Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, where the Pumas will host the Wallabies
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START LINE UP
  • 1 Lucas Noguera Paz
  • 2 Augustin Creevy
  • 3 Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro
  • 4 Marcos Kremer
  • 5 Matías Alemanno
  • 6 Pablo Matera
  • 7 Javier Desio
  • 8 Tomás Lezana
  • 9 Martín Landajo
  • 10 Nicolas Sanchez
  • 11 Emiliano Boffelli
  • 12 Jerónimo de la Fuente
  • 13 Matias Orlando
  • 14 Matthias Moroni
  • 15 Joaquin Tuculet
RESERVES
  • 16 Julian Montoya
  • 17 Santiago García Botta
  • 18 Enrique Pieretto
  • 19 Benjamin Macome
  • 20 Leonardo Senatore
  • 21 Gonzalo Bertranou
  • 22 Santiago González Iglesias
  • 23 Santiago Cordero
START LINE UP
  • 1 Scott Sio
  • 2 Tatafu Polota-Nau
  • 3 Sekope Kepu
  • 4 Izack Rodda
  • 5 Adam Coleman
  • 6 Jack Dempsey
  • 7 Michael Hooper
  • 8 Sean McMahon
  • 9 Will Genia
  • 10 Bernard Foley
  • 11 Reece Hodge
  • 12 Kurtley Beale
  • 13 Tevita Kuridrani
  • 14 Marika Koroibete
  • 15 Israel Folau
RESERVES
  • 16 Stephen Moore
  • 17 Tetera Faulkner
  • 18 Allan Alaalatoa
  • 19 Rob Simmons
  • 20 Lukhan Tui
  • 21 Nick Phipps
  • 22 Samu Kerevi
  • 23 Henry Speight
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Preview: Argentina v Australia

Fri, 06 Oct 2017 10:16

RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND SIX: Pointless Argentina need a win over Australia in Mendoza on Saturday to avoid the 2017 campaign being the worst since they joined the competition five years ago.

After five consecutive losses to South Africa, New Zealand and away to Australia, Los Pumas are doomed to finish bottom of the table a fifth time.

But during two previous winless seasons, Argentina secured losing bonus points that have eluded them this year.

A losing bonus point is awarded in the Southern Hemisphere championship to a team that is beaten by less than eight points.

"It is true that we are battling to achieve victories," conceded veteran No.8 Juan Manuel Leguizamon after a 36-10 defeat by New Zealand in Buenos Aires last weekend.

"However, no other group of rugby players in the world are playing Super Rugby for six months followed almost immediately by Tests.

"It is a very difficult situation, but offers us the opportunity to face some of the best teams in the world virtually every weekend."

Argentine national team players compete in Super Rugby as the Jaguares then morph into Pumas come the Test windows.

Former star South Africa lock Victor Matfield told the Argentine media recently that a reason why the Pumas have been struggling is that their stars get no rest.

He signalled out hooker Agustin Creevy, who starts every Jaguares and Pumas match because he skippers both sides.

This can also lead to understudies becoming frustrated with Jaguares and Pumas reserve hooker Julian Montoya reportedly linked to English Premiership club Gloucester.

In Mendoza, Creevy leads a team showing four changes to that which started against the All Blacks and were run ragged during the opening half before improving dramatically.

In the lone change made by coach Daniel Hourcade among the backs, Martin Landajo replaces injured Tomas Cubelli at scrumhalf.

Cubelli can offer unique insight into Australian rugby having being part of the Canberra-based ACT Brumbies Super Rugby outfit before joining the Jaguares.

Locks Marcos Kremer and Matias Alemanno take over from Guido Petti and the ill-disciplined Tomas Lavanini, whose latest transgression was a yellow card against the All Blacks.

In a back row shuffle, flank Tomas Lezana switches to number eight in place of Leguizamon with Javier Ortega Desio drafted in.

Only Montoya, prop Santiago Garcia Botta and winger/full-back Santiago Cordero survive from the bench chosen for the New Zealand Test.

Australia assistant coach and former star Stephen Larkham is wary of Los Pumas, believing them to be a better team that a record of one victory in eight Tests this year suggests.

Before the Rugby Championship, Argentina lost twice to a virtual England reserve side because of British and Irish Lions call-ups and beat second-tier rugby nation Georgia.

"Coming up against New Zealand, South Africa and Australia -- three of the top five teams in the world -- on a continuous basis is really tough," said Larkham.

"Their world ranking [10th] probably does not do justice to how good they are. They have slid down the ladder because they play such strong opposition.

"I have noticed a lot of improvement from the Jaguares in Super Rugby and much of that has been transferred into the national team."

Australia have retained the side that began a 27-27 draw in South Africa -- the first time the same run-on team has been chosen for successive Tests since Michael Cheika became coach in 2014.

Players to watch:

For Argentina: You would have to look at the entire Argemntinean team to see if they would contain themselves and remain disciplined - their biggest downfall the last couple of years. For entertainment value there is fullback Joaquin Tuculet, centre Jeronimo de la Fuente and flyhalf Nicolas Sanchez.

For Australia: You will look at the power of Tevita Kuridrani and the guile of fellow centre Kurtley Beale. Perhaps scrumhalf Will Genia will pull something out of his bag of magic tricks?

Head to head: You don't need to look much further than fullnback - where Joaquin Tuculet (Argentina) and Israel Folau (Australia) could be very entertaining with ball in hand. How will the Los Pumas front row of Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, Agustin Creevy and Lucas Noguera Paz cope with their Wallaby rivals - Sekope Kepu, Tatafu Polota-Nau and Scott Sio?

Recent results:
2017: Australia won 45-20, Canberra
2016: Australia won 33-21, London
2016: Australia won 36-20, Perth
2015: Australia won 29-15, London (World Cup semifinal)
2015: Australia won 34-9, Mendoza
2014: Argentina won 21-17, Mendoza
2014: Australia won 32-25, Gold Coast
2013: Australia won 54-17, Rosario
2013: Australia won 14-13, Perth
2012: Australia won 25-19, Rosario

Prediction: Australia have won 14 of their last 15 games against Argentina, including each of their last five clashes. Indeed, the Wallabies have come away with a win on four of their last five visits to Argentina to face the Pumas, including a 34-9 victory on their last such expedition. This will be the Pumas’ fifth Test at Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, though they’ve picked up just one win from their previous four fixtures at the venue. The Wallabies have now gone three games without loss, the last time they went longer undefeated was in 2015 with a run of seven straight victories that included the Rugby World Cup. Argentina will be looking for their first win of the tournament; the last time they finished a Rugby Championship campaign without a win was in 2013. Australia haven’t won any of their last four games away from home (D1, L3), the last time they went longer without an away win was a five-game drought from 2008 to 2009. Argentina are the only team to have conceded an average of more than one card per game this tournament (five yellow and one red), while Australia are the only team yet to have a player sent from the field. Australia have scored 14 second-half tries so far this campaign, more than any other team in the competition, while Argentina have scored just four in the same period. o Just two players have made 50+ tackles in this tournament, Michael Hooper (59/71) and Sean McMahon (56/59). Israel Folau has crossed the try line five times this campaign, more than any other player in the competition; no Australian has ever scored more than five in an edition of this competition (Folau scored five in 2013). Argentina can win, but their lack of discipline could again trip them up. We put our money on Australia to win by 15 points.

The teams:

Argentina: 15 Joaquin Tuculet, 14 Matias Moroni, 13 Matias Orlando, 12 Jeronimo de la Fuente, 11 Emiliano Boffelli, 10 Nicolas Sanchez, 9 Martin Landajo, 8 Tomas Lezana, 7 Javier Ortega Desio, 6 Pablo Matera, 5 Matias Alemanno, 4 Marcos Kremer, 3 Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, 2 Agustin Creevy (captain), 1 Lucas Noguera Paz.
Replacements: 16 Julian Montoya, 17 Santiago Garcia Botta, 18 Enrique Pieretto, 19 Benjamin Macome, 20 Leonardo Senatore, 21 Gonzalo Bertranou, 22 Santiago Gonzalez Iglesias, 23 Santiago Cordero.

Australia: 15 Israel Folau, 14 Marika Koroibete, 13 Tevita Kuridrani, 12 Kurtley Beale, 11 Reece Hodge, 10 Bernard Foley, 9 Will Genia, 8 Sean McMahon, 7 Michael Hooper (captain), 6 Jack Dempsey, 5 Adam Coleman, 4 Izack Rodda, 3 Sekope Kepu, 2 Tatafu Polota-Nau, 1 Scott Sio.
Replacements: 16 Stephen Moore, 17 Tetera Faulkner, 18 Allan Alaalatoa, 19 Rob Simmons, 20 Lukhan Tui, 21 Nick Phipps, 22 Samu Kerevi, 23 Henry Speight.

Date: Saturday, October 7
Venue: Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, Mendoza
Kick-off: 19.40 (22.40 GMT; 08.40, Sunday, October 8, AEST)
Expected weather: Mostly sunny, wqith a high of 28°C  abd a low of 13°C
Referee: Mathieu Raynal (France)
Assistant referees: Jaco Peyper (South Africa), Marius van der Westhuizen (South Africa)
TMO: Marius Jonker (South Africa)

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Hodge brace wins it for Wallabies

Sat, 07 Oct 2017 22:10

RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP REPORT: Reece Hodge bagged a brace of tries to secure a bonus-point 37-20 victory over Argentina in Mendoza, to secure second place in the Rugby Championship.

It was a ding-dong affair as the teams matched each other throughout the match but Australia made the most of their extra man in the final 10 minutes to claim the victory. The Wallabies had a slender seven-point lead going into the final 10 minutes before adding a further 10 points as Argentina struggled to keep the visitors at bay. 

The opening 10 minutes saw both teams eager to run the ball at every opportunity, however, whatever momentum they managed to build came to nothing as handling errors proved to be their downfall.

The scoreboard finally ticked over in the 15th minute when Bernard Foley put Australia ahead with a regulation penalty after Argentina were caught in an offside position in front of the uprights. Foley missed a chance to put his side further ahead in the 19th minute when he pushed his second penalty attempt wide of the goal.

However, that miss mattered little as Australia secured the restart and the ball was sent through the hands to find Marika Koroibete on the left touchline. He showed his speed and power as he raced away to dot down in the corner. Foley failed to add the extras as the visitors held an 8-0 lead after 21 minutes.

Argentina came fighting back though as they managed to maintain possession long enough to launch their first meaningful attack. They took the ball through the phases before Matias Alemanno used his massive frame to bash his way over from close range. Sanchez added the extras to see the home side trail 7-8 after 26 minutes.

Argentina had their tails up from that point and maintained the pressure on the opposition. The pressure culminated in a kickable penalty and Sanchez obliged as he put the home side 10-8 ahead on the half-hour mark.

That lead turned into a deficit as Australia came bashing and clever work by Will Genia saw him find Reece Hodge in acres of space out wide. The wing got his hands on the ball before cantering over for an easy try. Foley was once again off target with the conversion as Australia's lead remained at 13-10 after 36 minutes.

The ding dong affair continued as Australia infringed at the breakdown from the restart to hand Sanchez another kickable penalty. He made no mistake as he levelled matters at 13-13 after 37 minutes. 

Australia hit the ground running in the second half but unforced errors continued to plague them. Foley was certainly not having a good game from the kicking tee as he missed another penalty attempt that would have seen him hand the visitors an early second-half lead.

The visitors maintained the pressure on their opponents and dominant the possession and territory from that point. Showing patience by taking the ball through some phases, the ball found Foley who sniped through a gap to dot down under the uprights. He added the easy conversion to ensure a 20-13 lead after 53 minutes.

Back came Argentina once again as they placed the Wallabies under pressure inside their 22. Good patience was showed as they spread the ball to Jeronimo de la Fuente, who spotted a gap and burst over the line. Sanchez popped over the conversion to level matters at 20-20 after 57 minutes.

The Wallabies hit back three minutes later when Hodge ran a cutting line and burst through a tackle before releasing Genia, who raced 30 metres to grab his side's fourth try. Foley added the extras to take a 27-20 lead after 63 minutes.

Australia were now in firm control as they put the Argentinians under immense pressure but the home side managed to hold out as the teams remained separated by seven points by the 70th minute. However, the visitors had an extra man for the remainder of the match as Marcos Kremer was shown a yellow card for a dangerous tip tackle.

Foley slotted the resulting penalty to extend his side's lead to 30-20 after 71 minutes. 

Argentina looked to fight their way back into the game but Australia maintained their composure on defence before launching a counter-attack. The ball found Samu Kerevi on the touchline. He sprinted away before offloading to Hodge on his inside, who sprinted away for his brace.

Foley's conversion put the result to bed as Australia led 37-20 after 78 minutes.

Man of the match: It was the usual suspects who worked tirelessly for Argentina. Agustin Creevy led the charge up front and was ably supported by Pablo Matera. Martin Landajo controlled matters well while Jeronimo de la Fuente and Joaquin Tuculet were dangerous with ball in hand. Australia's tight five stood up to the challenge while Will Genia showed why he is one of the best scrumhalves on the international stage. Marika Koroibete was a handful to stop but our award goes to the two-try hero, Reece Hodge.

Moment of the match: Argentina kept themselves in the game until the 70th minute before the complexity of things changed when they were reduced to 14-men.

Villain of the match: Marcos Kremer certainly cost his side the chance of pulling off an unlikely victory when he needlessly put in a dangerous tip-tackle.

Scorers:

For Argentina:
Tries: Alemanno, de la Fuente
Cons: Sanchez 2
Pens: Sanchez 2

For Australia:
Tries: Koroibete, Hodge 2, Foley, Genia
Cons: Foley 3
Pens: Foley 2

Yellow card: Marcos Kremer (Argentina, 70 - dangerous tackle)

Teams:

Argentina: 15 Joaquin Tuculet, 14 Matias Moroni, 13 Matias Orlando, 12 Jeronimo de la Fuente, 11 Emiliano Boffelli, 10 Nicolas Sanchez, 9 Martin Landajo, 8 Tomas Lezana, 7 Javier Ortega Desio, 6 Pablo Matera, 5 Matias Alemanno, 4 Marcos Kremer, 3 Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, 2 Agustin Creevy (captain), 1 Lucas Noguera Paz.
Replacements: 16 Julian Montoya, 17 Santiago Garcia Botta, 18 Enrique Pieretto, 19 Benjamin Macome, 20 Leonardo Senatore, 21 Gonzalo Bertranou, 22 Santiago Gonzalez Iglesias, 23 Santiago Cordero.

Australia: 15 Israel Folau, 14 Marika Koroibete, 13 Tevita Kuridrani, 12 Kurtley Beale, 11 Reece Hodge, 10 Bernard Foley, 9 Will Genia, 8 Sean McMahon, 7 Michael Hooper (captain), 6 Jack Dempsey, 5 Adam Coleman, 4 Izack Rodda, 3 Sekope Kepu, 2 Tatafu Polota-Nau, 1 Scott Sio.
Replacements: 16 Stephen Moore, 17 Tetera Faulkner, 18 Allan Alaalatoa, 19 Rob Simmons, 20 Lukhan Tui, 21 Nick Phipps, 22 Samu Kerevi, 23 Henry Speight.

Date: Saturday, October 7
Venue: Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, Mendoza
Kick-off: 19.40 (22.40 GMT; 08.40, Sunday, October 8, AEST)
Referee: Mathieu Raynal (France)
Assistant referees: Jaco Peyper (South Africa), Marius van der Westhuizen (South Africa)

Matías Alemanno (24min) and Santiago González Iglesias (56min)
TRIES
Marika Koroibete (19min), Reece Hodge (33min), Bernard Foley (51min), Will Genia (60min), and Reece Hodge (76min)
Nicolas Sanchez (25min) and Nicolas Sanchez (57min)
CONVERSIONS
Bernard Foley (52min), Bernard Foley (62min), and Bernard Foley (78min)
Nicolas Sanchez (29min) and Nicolas Sanchez (37min)
PENALTIES
Bernard Foley (14min) and Bernard Foley (70min)
 
PENALTY TRIES
 
DROP GOALS
Marcos Kremer (69min)
 
 
VENUE Estadio Malvinas Argentinas
REFEREE Mathieu Raynal (France)