How many times have Argentina beaten England in rugby?
Including the ambiguous 1978 game, Argentina have played England 25 times with England winning 19, Argentina 4 with 2 drawn. The rugby rivalry between the two countries is not known for being as intense as their football rivalry.
Has Argentina beaten Australia in rugby?
The teams have met thirty-four times, with Australia winning twenty-five, Argentina six and three matches drawn. Three of the matches have taken place in the Rugby World Cup; two pool matches, in 1991 and 2003, and a semi-final in 2015.
How many times has Argentina beaten All Blacks?
The All Blacks have won 28, one match was drawn, and Argentina claimed their first ever win over the All Blacks with a 25–15 victory in Sydney, Australia on 14 November 2020.
|Away||10 (14 November 2020)||39 (29 September 2012, 12 September 2021)|
When did England last lose to Argentina in rugby?
Argentina 2-2 England: Relive England’s 1998 World Cup defeat by Argentina.
When did England beat Argentina in the World Cup?
Argentina won the game 2–1 and went on to win the 1986 World Cup with a victory over West Germany in the final match.
Argentina v England (1986 FIFA World Cup)
|Event||1986 FIFA World Cup|
|Argentina England 2 1|
|Date||22 June 1986|
|Venue||Estadio Azteca, Mexico City|
|Referee||Ali Bin Nasser (Tunisia)|
Has Argentina ever beaten Wales rugby?
Argentina won the first match 9–5 and the second was drawn 9–9. They met again in Cardiff in 1976, when Wales won 20–19. … Since then, the two teams have met a total of 18 times; Wales hold the upper hand with 13 wins to Argentina’s 6.
When did Wales play Argentina?
Wales v Argentina is being played on Saturday, July 17, and kicks off at 3pm at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
Why was Wales vs Argentina Cancelled?
Wales will host the second of two Tests against Argentina to replace the scheduled tour of the South American nation, which was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
When did the All Blacks last lose back to back?
The All Blacks lost a week later against Argentina (15-25) which was the first time they had lost back-to-back test matches since 2011, but they redeemed themselves two weeks later against Argentina, defeating them 38-0.
Where was the All Blacks vs Argentina game?
AFP from Fox Sports
But even with an under-strength team, they proved in a different league to Los Pumas, battling to a 36-13 win in the second game of a double header in front of 38,000 fans at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium.