Argentina 12-30 Wales Warren Gatland’s side finish summer tour unbeaten

Wales finished their summer tour unbeaten after another resounding win over Argentina in Santa Fe.

Warren Gatland’s side eased to a 2-0 series win following victory over South Africa in Washington DC.

Wales dominated throughout the match, fly-half Rhys Patchell notching up 20 points in a composed performance.

The only negative was a late red card for number eight Ross Moriarty, sent off for a prolonged headlock on Pumas outside-half Nicolas Sanchez.

It was Wales’ first series win in Argentina since 1999 and this impressive victory means Gatland’s side are in line to move up to third in the world rankings, overtaking England and Australia.

Patchell’s boot was aided by two Welsh tries with a superb solo effort from wing Josh Adams – his first for Wales – and a well-worked score for Hallam Amos.

The hosts were penalised throughout and showed a distinct lack of discipline with Pumas head coach Daniel Hourcade announcing afterwards he will step down after next week’s game with Scotland.

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