‘He had NO RIGHT to score that try!’ | Argentina’s Greatest Tries!

World Rugby published this video item, entitled “‘He had NO RIGHT to score that try!’ | Argentina’s Greatest Tries!” – below is their description.

We rewind once again to look at some of the greatest tries scored by Los Pumas of Argentina at Rugby World Cups, some of which they had no right to score. They have been ever present at the competition since it’s inauguration in 1987 and have made it to the semi-finals twice in the last 4 competitions. Here we countdown their greatest tries from 1987 to 2019!

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