Springbox is making a successful comeback against Argentina

Le Sud-Africain de Toulon, Eben Etzebeth, ballon en main.

One week after winning the tour against the Lions, the world champions won against Argentina (32-12) on the first day of the rugby championship they did not participate in last year.

Springbox won Saturday (32-12) the first day of the rugby championship against Argentina, signing a successful comeback after missing the 2020 edition due to a health crisis. At the end of this first day, the South Africans dominated Auckland (57-22) with the All Blacks, who beat Australia by a huge margin on Saturday.

Despite having 10 changes in their first XV compared to the winning team of the British and the Irish Lions, the South Africans took advantage of Puma’s mistakes in the first half, despite losing Herschel Jonjees at the last minute for hip discomfort. Match.

Silent Poomas

Within five minutes, the boxers had scored two of their three attempts in the match, first in a recovery from their own camp Rainach (13, 10-0) and then recovering a ball in a superb attempt by Fassi, giving Elton Janezis a leg up and trying to register a second corner with a sideline (20, 15). -3).

Jaden Hendricks, replacing Herschel J‌njs, secured his victory by scoring the first attempt with the box in the last minute of the game. With very little presence in the rivals’ 22m, the Puma did not even get a try. The two teams will meet again on the second day on August 21, in Port Elizabeth.

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