Ireland Set A New Record With Last Night’s Win Over Argentina
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Ireland made it two wins from two in their November International series last night with a hard-fought 28-17 win over Argentina at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
Tries from Kieran Marmion, Bundee Aki and Luke McGrath proved to be enough in the end, but Ireland know they must improve ahead of next week’s heavyweight clash with world champions the All Blacks.
While they might be a little disappointed with their performance, a win’s a win at the end of the day, and it was an historic win in the grand scheme of things for Joe Schmidt’s men.
The win marked a 10th successive win at home for the men in green for the first time in Test history. Can they make it 11 next week against the mighty All Blacks? Only time will tell.
— OptaJonny (@OptaJonny) November 10, 2018