Finally the wait is over, Now get ready to watch Argentina Vs Georgia 13th match in Rugby World Cup 2015 which will took place in Pool C at Kingsholm, Gloucester at 16:45 BST (9.15 pm IST, 11.45 am ET) on Friday 25 September.
Argentina, who played only five days after their opening 26-16 loss to holders New Zealand, now have a longer break until their next match on October 4 in Leicester against Tonga, who were upset 17-10 by the Georgians last Saturday.
Argentina’s only selection problems concern the second row, with Sunday’s try scorer Guido Petti nursing a blow to the head and his replacement Galarza cited for alleged eye-gouging against the All Blacks.
Wingers Juan Imhoff and Santiago Cordero have scored two tries apiece to help their side to a seven try haul as they ran out winners 54-9 at Kingsholm.
Argentina: J Tuculet; S Cordero, M Bosch, J-M Hernandez (J de la Fuente 36), J Imhoff; N Sanchez (L Amorosino 64), T Cubelli (M Landajo 57); M Ayerza (L Paz 67), A Creevy (capt, J Montoya 62), N Tetaz Chaparro (R Herrera 57), M Alemanno, T Lavanini, J Leguizamon (P Matera 57), J-M Fernandez Lobbe (J Ortega Desio 64), F Isa. Pens: Nicolas Sanchez 2.
Georgia were punished in spectacular style when Gorgodze was sent to the sin bin, and Tomas Cubelli, accepting Facundo Isa’s pass off the back of a scrum, scored for Argentina within seconds of having a one-man advantage.
“I don’t think it was a penalty and I want to see it again, but the referee is always right and I shouldn’t have made that decision”.
“We have to win two games in our pool and we can still do that”.
Argentina coach Daniel Hourcade does not seem to be fazed, however.
Los Pumas picked up their first win at this year’s tournament thanks to a storming second-half display in Gloucester.
“It’s nice when you train for something and get there. They have some big players, so I am happy with the job we done”.
“It was the same against Georgia and we have to keep on building, but we have confidence in our system and strength to go from here to test anyone”.
“It was an unforgettable experience, but today it was like playing in an Argentinian stadium in front of Argentinian fans cheering us on!”
Argentina captain Austin Creevy said “it will be a big battle in the scrum and the mauls”.
“At halftime lots of things were said and the suggestion was to play in the second-half”, he said.
“We’re probably the underdogs in that respect but if we can defend like we did against Tonga and create a few more opportunities, who knows?”
It does not get any easier for Georgia, whose next challenge is trying to slow the All Blacks juggernaut in Cardiff on Friday. “We’re not afraid of any team”, Haig says.
“Now that we’re near the knockout stages we have to focus on winning every match”.
“I’m not saying that Tonga don’t, but Argentina will be a different kettle of fish”.