Santiago Gomez-Corra reaped another achievement with the Argentine rugby team, after taking the bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics: with the seven edition of Pumas, he became a champion on the circuit of the seven world championships. In the final match, the team defeated the two-time Olympic champion Fiji 29-10.
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According to one of them, the Pumas family’s start wasn’t very good A note from the nation. But the Argentine team’s reaction, Moneta left everyone behind to support his attempt (which Wade turned), and went 7-5. At the end of Part One, Vera Feld is left open and given up to go alone to try. From this instant exit, Del Mestre took over and Moneta finished to seal the first half with a score of 17-5.
The start of the second half didn’t go well for Pumas either, who were left with one player less due to Wade’s yellow card. from U.S scrumthe attack came culminating in Jerry Toai’s attempt: 17-10.
But as happened in the first half, the chosen team recovered: Moneta collected records and got the support of Del Mestre, who made it to the attempt, and with his own conversion made the difference 24-10. Complete relief finally came with a fresh attempt, once again by Del Mestre, to close 29-10.
In the six stages of the Sevens World Tour season, Pumas have always been in the top eight. They won three bronze medals and on one occasion, at the Malaga Sevens in February, were one step closer to gold, but lost in the final against South Africa.
Fiji, who had just won the gold in Singapore, reached the final after beating Samoa 45-5.
The next round of the World Rugby Seven series will take place from May 20-22 in Toulouse, France.