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Jaguares beat Reds in Buenos Aires

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The Jaguares have played the Reds three times in Super Rugby since 2017, the Jaguares winning twice and losing once.

The two Jaguares wins give them a record of winning 67% of their matches against the Reds regardless of venue.

  • The Jaguares have won two of their three previous meetings with the Reds in Super Rugby (L1), including a 34-23 win in their most recent encounter.
  • The Jaguares have won nine of their last 10 Super Rugby games against Australian opponents, including their last six on the bounce; though, their only defeat in that span was to the Queensland Reds.
  • The Reds have won just two of their last 16 Super Rugby away matches (L14); although, they have picked up a losing bonus point in four of their previous five defeats in that run.
  • The Jaguares (920) is one of only two teams (Crusaders – 967) to have gained 900+ metres so far in the 2020 Super Rugby season; indeed, they are the only side to have made 30+ clean breaks (34).
  • Bryce Hegarty (Reds) boasts a 100% goal-kicking record (8/8) in the 2020 Super Rugby campaign; his tally is the most of any player yet to miss a single attempt, while only two have kicked more than him overall (Curwin Bosch, Sharks, 12 and Domingo Miotti, Jaguares, 11).

Match detail

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1.00: PEEEEP! We are underway in South America.

2.00: The Reds spoil the home team’s lineout, winning possession and attacking from their 22. The visitors take the ball up to halfway, but a knock-on by Taniela Tupou after a hospital pass from Lukhan Salakaia-Loto.

3.00: Big shove from Queensland, they win possession and a rare tighthead. The Reds go deep into the opposition’s 22, but possession is lost and the ball booted into Reds territory.

5.00: A kicking duel ensues between the sides, who have kept the ball in play for almost three minutes despite turning over possession once each.

7.00: It’s end-to-end in Buenos Aires, but a lot of risky passing, careless one would say, being thrown around.

10.00: Reds attacking inside the home side’s 22.

11.00: TRY! The Reds go 12 phases into the Jaguares’ 22 before Domingo Miotti fell for James O’Connor’s dummy, allowing the stand-off to break free and send Tate McDermott. 0-5

12.00: CONVERSION! Jock Campbell adds the flyhalf. 0-7

16.00: Queensland is dominating the early exchanges, pinning the Jaguares inside their half and forcing errors on defence.

19.00: TRY! Henry Speight charges down the sideline, steps inside a defender and offloads a sumptuous chicken-wing pass out the back door to the supporting Liam Wright, who swerves around Santiago Carreras and score next to the posts. 0-12

21.00: CONVERSION! Campbell slots the easy kick. 0-14

23.00: Chris Feauai-Sautia is lucky to stay on the field after a high shot to McDermott. Miotti boots the ball to the 22. Another penalty for offsides, and go for another lineout.

24.00: TRY! Julian Montoya flops over the chalk after a devastating rolling maul that included almost the entire Jaguares backline. 5-14

25.00: CONVERSION! Miotti sends the ball through the middle of the sticks from out wide. 7-14

28.00: The Reds are in a good position to attack from a scrum on the Jaguares’ 10m.

29.00: TRY! Feauai-Sautia scores in the corner after a break and offload by Campbell. The winger uses the two-on-one to his advantage to increase his team’s lead. 7-19

30.00: MISS! Campbell pushes his kick wide. 7-19

34.00: The Reds survive a siege by their hosts, who had several chances at points but could not get their maul going.

36.00: TRY! Feauai-Sautia scores his second after Hunter Paisami’s sublime linebreak from midfield set-up Tupou, who was tackled short of the posts by Matias Moroni. The Reds quickly recycled the ball to the wing, who walked over to score. 7-24

37.00: MISS! The kick is wide. 7-24

39.00: The Jaguares have botched a couple of driving mauls on the Reds’ line; Miotti kicks to the corner again. This time the hosts get their maul moving in the right direction, but it collapses short.

41.00: The Jaguares have the penalty-advantage, the ball goes to Miotti, who puts an accurate cross-kick to Emiliano Boffelli. The winger is challenged in the air by Campbell. The fullback knocks the ball forward but Boffelli gathers the ball and dots down. 12-24

42.00: MISS! Miotti misses a simple kick. 12-24

The halftime score was Jaguares 12 Reds 24

41.00: PEEEEP! We are back underway in Buenos Aires.

42.00: The Jaguares get a penalty on the halfway line after another high tackle, this time from McDermott. Miotti boots the ball into the Queensland 22.

43.00: TRY! Montoya at the double after another powerful driving maul steamrolls the Reds’ pack from about 15 metres out. 17-24

44.00: CONVERSION! Miotti adds the two. 19-24

47.00: The Reds are reeling here. Miotti’s grubber is dropped by Bautista Delguy near the line, but the ref pulls the play back for offside by Tupou.

48.00: PENALTY! Miotti makes it a two-point ball-game. 22-24

51.00: The Reds are pounding away inside the opposition’s 22. Paisami burst through a huge hole but was ankle-tapped before falling over. The ball was recycled but nothing came of the attack.

52.00: A penalty is awarded for offside to the Aussies.

53.00: PENALTY! Campbell makes no mistake. 22-27

55.00: Speight almost scores, but the defender carries the ball over the line for a Reds 5m scrum.

57.00: O’Connor almost scores, but he drops the ball in the act of grounding. The Jaguares then start throwing the ball around inside their in-goal. It is helter-skelter in Buenos Aires. Boffelli took a huge hit to the ribs by Feauai-Sautia after receiving a hospital pass during the melee.

60.00: The Jaguares win a scrum-penalty, and clear. They are on the attack inside the Reds half and getting near the 22.

61.00: Carreras is tackled high, Miotti goes to the boot, knowing he has the advantage, but Campbell recovers this time.

62.00: The hosts go to their driving maul, but Queensland sack the maul legally but concede a penalty near the line at the ruck.

63.00: YELLOW CARD! Captain Liam Wright is off for a breather. 22-27

63.00: HAT-TRICK! Montoya powers over the whitewash after another devasting maul. 27-all

65.00: CONVERSION! Miotti puts the Jaguares in front for the first time tonight. 29-27

68.00: TRY! Santiago Socino gets in on the act after Montoya is replaced; it’s the same as before, another powerful driving maul ending in five. 34-27

70.00: CONVERSION! The kick is good. 36-27

71.00: TRY! It’s a runaway freight train as Tomas Cubelli finishes a counter-attack after Boffelli’s inside pass. 41-27

73.00: CONVERSION! Tomas Albornoz slots the kick. 43-27

77.00: Both teams go close, but knock-ons kill any chances of points.

79.00: The game is winding down and so is the clock.

81.00: That’s the ball-game, the ball is booted out.

FULL TIME

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The final score is Jaguares 43 (12) Reds 27 (24)

Scorers

Jaguares
Tries – J. Montoya (3), Boffelli, Socino, Cubelli
Pen – Miotti
Con – Miotti (4), Albornoz,
Drop –
Cards –

Reds
Tries – McDermott, L. Wright, Feauai-Sautia (2)
Pen – Campbell
Con – Campbell (2)
Drop –
Cards – Wright (Yellow, 63′)

Match Officials
Referee: Federico Anselmi
Assistant Ref 1: Pablo Deluca
Assistant Ref 2: Martin Cordoba
TMO: Santiago Borsani

Teams

Jaguares

Head Coach: Gonzalo Quesada

15 Santiago Carreras, 14 Bautista Delguy, 13 Matias Moroni, 12 Jeronimo De La Fuente (captain), 11 Emiliano Boffelli, 10 Domingo Miotti, 9 Felipe Ezcurra, 8 Rodrigo Buni, 7 Marcos Kremer, 6 Tomas Lezana, 5 Lucas Paulos, 4 Guido Petti, 3 Lucio Sordoni, 2 Julian Montoya, 1 Mayco Vivas.

Replacements: 16 Santiago Socino, 17 Javier Diaz, 18 Joel Sclavi, 19 Matias Alemanno, 20 Javier Ortega Desio, 21 Tomas Cubelli, 22 Tomas Albornoz, 23 Santiago Chocobares.

Reds

Head Coach: Brad Thorn

15 Jock Campbell, 14 Chris Feauai-Sautia, 13 Hunter Paisami, 12 Hamish Stewart, 11 Henry Speight, 10 James O’Connor, 9 Tate McDermott, 8 Harry Wilson, 7 Liam Wright (captain), 6 Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, 5 Angus Blyth, 4 Izack Rodda, 3 Taniela Tupou, 2 Alex Mafi, 1 Jean-Pierre Smith.

Replacements: 16 Sean Farrell, 17 Dane Zander, 18 Josh Nasser, 19 Harry Hockings, 20 Angus Scott-Young, 21 Moses Sorovi, 22 Isaac Lucas, 23 Bryce Hegarty.

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