Argentina beat the All Blacks for the first time on New Zealand soil, with a 25-18 victory!
Michael Cheika has warned Argentina to prepare for the oncoming storm, saying beating the All Blacks in New Zealand territory is more important than losing to his former country.
Cheika's Pumas made history on Saturday night by guiding Argentina to their first victory over the three-time World Cup winners on New Zealand soil with a 25-18 win, two years after recording their first victory over the All Blacks.
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The win was a classic example of Cheika's style. The Pumas defence, led by former NRL player turned manager David Kidwell, was formidable and their breakdown game was outstanding. The visitors took a chance and savored the role of the underdog.
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