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Scotland enjoy big win over 14-man Argentina

Darcy Graham scored a hat-trick of tries but it was Scotland's standoff Finn Russell who ran the show and delivered a reminder of his match-winning prowess as they beat a 14-man Argentina 52-29 in a tempestuous test at Murrayfield on Saturday.

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Wales ease to 20-13 victory over Argentina

Tries from No. 8 Taulupe Faletau and scrum-half Tomos Williams took Wales to a 20-13 victory over a below-par Argentina in their autumn international fixture at the Principality Stadium on Saturday.

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90dSam Bruce

Autumn Nations Series W2 wrap: Are we not entertained?

The second weekend of the Autumn Nations Series is in the books, with gripping encounters played out across Dublin, Paris and London. But were they as entertaining, or at least enjoyable, as the women's World Cup semis in New Zealand.

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92dTom Hamilton

Jones: 'Individual' mistakes caused England loss

Eddie Jones said he does not feel there are fundamental problems in the England ranks after their shock 30-29 defeat to Argentina but instead said the loss was down to "individual" and "elemental" mistakes.

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England lose to Argentina for first time since 2009

Winger Emiliano Boffelli scored 25 points as Argentina shocked a misfiring England 30-29 on Sunday to claim their first win at Twickenham since 2006 and end a 10-game losing streak against the team they face in their opening game at the World Cup.

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102dSam Bruce and Tom Hamilton

What's new for world rugby's top 10 this autumn?

The northern and southern hemispheres come together for a massive slate of Test matches this autumn, in what is likely the last time the Six Nations and Rugby Championship nations will face each other before the World Cup. So what's new for the top 10?

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Nienaber praises effort as Boks fall short

South Africa coach Jacques Nienaber believed their pre-match target of a bonus-point win by 39 points was achievable but the Springboks lost crucial momentum at the end of the first half in their 38-21 Rugby Championship win over Argentina.

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Late Marx try earns Boks bonus-point win

South Africa hooker Malcolm Marx scored a try in the final minute to secure a 36-20 bonus-point victory over Argentina at Estadio Libertadores de America in Buenos Aires.

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All Blacks hit form to hammer Pumas in Hamilton

The All Blacks produced their most dominant performance of the season to steamroll Argentina 53-3 in rainy Hamilton and put their Rugby Championship defence back on track.

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158dLiam Napier

David Kidwell latest league convert to enjoy defensive success in rugby

David Kidwell is not the first nor will he be the last league coach to have a profound impact on rugby union. But if the Pumas' shock win over the All Blacks is any guide, his introduction to the 15-man game appears a masterstroke from Michael Cheika.

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All Blacks stick solid, but Barrett ruled out

Coach Ian Foster has made only one forced change to the All Blacks for their Rugby Championship test against Argentina in Christchurch on Saturday, with uncapped flyhalf Stephen Perofeta replacing the injured Beauden Barrett in the reserves.

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164dLiam Napier

Hostilities resumed: Cheika chasing history with Pumas in NZ

The All Blacks and Michael Cheika have history. Now he returns to New Zealand as coach of Argentina, determined to create more history with a Pumas team who already appear a more complete side under the Australian's new-look coaching setup.

2022 Top ScorersThe Rugby Championship

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2022 RankingsThe Rugby Championship

  • ARG4th
    Tries Scored 1st New Zealand : 24 Tries Scored
    NZL1st
    15
    24
  • ARG4th
    Points Difference 1st New Zealand : 67 Points Difference
    NZL1st
    -60
    67