Tuculet’s Terrific Try! | Argentina cruise into the World Cup Semi-Final

World Rugby published this video item, entitled “Tuculet’s Terrific Try! | Argentina cruise into the World Cup Semi-Final” – below is their description.

Argentina were on the verge of a second Rugby World Cup semi-final in 8 years against Ireland, when Joaquin Tuculet all but confirmed the victory for the South American side with a terrific try, and a truly magical moment in the history of rugby.

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