The Argentine rugby team, Los Pumas, moved up from eighth to sixth in the world rankings prepared by World Rugby this Monday, beating England as visitors for the second time in history, with a 30-29 win at the stadium in Twickenham. Of. London.
Under the leadership of Australian coach Michael Cheeca, the Argentine team moved up two places, leaving behind the representatives of Australia and Wales, who fell to seventh and eighth place respectively.
Meanwhile, Ireland remain in first place with a 19-16 win against defending world champions, South Africa; The match was played at Aviva Stadium in the city of Dublin.
The South African Springboks thus fell to fourth place, while France are in second place after beating Australia 30–29 in Paris and adding their eleventh consecutive win.
For their part, New Zealand are third in the standings after securing a comfortable 55–23 win against Wales, a match played at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
Puma will play against Wales again on the 12th next Saturday at 2:30 pm Argentina time at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, and will conclude their Europe tour against Scotland at 12:15 pm on Saturday at Murrayfield Stadium. . in Edinburgh.
The World Rugby Top 10 are as follows: Ireland 90.63 (points), 2. France 89.41, 3. New Zealand 88.64, South Africa 88.41, England 84.45, 6 Argentina 83.01, 7 Australia 82.08, 8 Scotland 80.74, 9. Wales 80.28 and Japan 77.39 .