New Zealand clearly gained the upper hand over Argentina this Saturday (36-13).
New Zealand, without several holders left at rest, nevertheless largely beat Argentina (36-13), after the victory of Australia over South Africa (30-17), in the two matches of the Round 4 of the Rugby Championship played back-to-back at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Saturday. Thanks to this new and broad success, matched like the three previous ones with the offensive bonus point, the All Blacks continue their rider alone in this quadrangular tournament in the southern hemisphere: they are now 10 points ahead of the Springboks in the standings.
The team led by Julian Save was quick to open the scoring, from the 6th minute through the second row Patrick Tuipulotu. Scrum-half TJ Perenara at the conclusion of an “89”, followed by other second-row Tupo Vaa’i, increased the score in favor of the All Blacks, who led 24-3 at rest. After a new New Zealand test, signed by hooker Samisoini Taukeï’aho (47th) for which it was the first tenure, the Argentines rebelled. Dominated for half an hour by Argentina, the All Blacks then turned their backs.…