The Pumas gave the blow and beat England at Twickenham

The Pumas achieved a high-impact triumph on their way to the 2023 World Cup in France, after beating England 30-29 at home, at Twickenham, for the second time in history, after having achieved it in 2006.The English cast, which will be the rival of Los Pumas in the World Cup debut on September 9, He finished up in the first half (16-12) with a try by Joe Cokanasiga, converted by Owen Farrell, who also converted three penalties. For his part, Emiliano Boffelli was the author of the 12 points of the Argentine team, after scoring four penalties.
The second stage began with pure explosion for the Argentine team: at 6 minutes, Boffelli decorated a great play leaning near the flag, and at 11, Santiago Carreras recovered a ball and led a long run to stretch the difference. England reacted and took the lead again with a Jack van Poortvliet try and a Farrell penalty. But thanks to Boffelli’s effectiveness, Los Pumas ended up embracing an unforgettable victory.
In this way, those led by Michael Cheika – who this year could also celebrate against All Blacks and Australia – started the November window in the best way. Next Saturday (12/11), Argentina will face Wales at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, and close the tour against Scotland on the 19th at the Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh.

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