Argentina’s Rugby team’s failure to win the rugby game played against England means that the Englishmen continues their winning streak, having made use of 14 men for about 74 minutes of the game.

The heroic victory has ensured that the unbeaten run of the England team came up to a total of 13 games, with 12 won with Eddie Jones in the driving seat. They had previously sealed a 27-14 win in the Old Mutual Wealth Series, in the third match played against Los Pumas.

Elliot Daly had taken out Leonardo Senatore in the air on six minutes and was subsequently serves a red card. Despite this, the team was able to show great adversity and move further to clinch victory.

At half time, the Eddie Jones side was in the lead after three penalties by Owen Farrell and a conversion from penalty try blessed them with a nine point advantage as Facundo Isa barged over just before the game went on break.

The try by Isa had come after a number of Argentina penalties were awarded in quick succession for a series of collapsed scrums, and the extras were kicked over by Juan Martin Hernandez, thus bringing the results to 16-7.

A fine team move finished up by Santiago Cordero, was enough to ensure that Argentina’s second try in the match was scored. With Hernandez’s conversion, the score came up to 16-14.

Two penalties fired over by Farrell was enough to stretch the England lead further to eight points and with 10 minutes remaining on the clock, a try by Jonny May put some more space between the England team and their Argentinian opponents. Enrique Pieretto was sent off during the game while Joe Marler was sin binned as well in the same incident as England rode home to victory.