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History of rugby union matches between Argentina and Scotland

 

History of rugby union matches between Argentina and Scotland

The national rugby union teams of Scotland and Argentina (Los Pumas) have played since 1969. However, the status of the countries' first three matches—two in 1969 and one in 1973—is ambiguous, as only Argentina awarded Test caps for those encounters. The first match recognised by both sides as a Test took place in 1990.[1]

As of November 2014, they have met 18 times, but only 15 times has been recognised by both sides as Tests. Scotland went 2–1 in the three pre-1990 matches, and crushed Argentina 49–3 in their first mutually recognised Test in 1990. The Pumas then went on a seven-match winning streak, but Scotland have been more successful in recent times, winning five of their most recent seven encounters.

Their most recent match took place in November 2014 and was won 41-31 by Scotland.

Contents

  • Summary 1
    • Overall 1.1
    • Records 1.2
  • Results 2
  • XV Results 3
  • Notes 4

Summary

Note: Summary below reflects test results by both teams.

Overall

Details Played Won by
 Argentina
Won by
 Scotland
Drawn Argentina points Scotland points
In Argentina 7 3 4 0 114 131
In Scotland 6 4 2 0 122 153
Neutral venue 2 2 0 0 32 25
Overall 15 9 6 0 268 309

Records

Note: Date shown in brackets indicates when the record was or last set.
Record Argentina Scotland
Longest winning streak 7 (4 June 1994–14 Jun 2008) 2 (21 Jun 2014–Present)
Largest points for
Home 21 (7 June 2008) 49 (10 November 1990)
Away 55 (23 September 2007) 31 (8 November 2014)
Largest winning margin
Home 6 (7 June 2008) 46 (10 November 1990)
Away 9 (18 November 2001) 12 (14 June 2008)

Results

No. Date Venue Score Winner Competition
15 8 November 2014 Murrayfield, Edinburgh 41 – 31  Scotland 2014 Autumn International
14 21 June 2014 Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes, Córdoba 19 – 21  Scotland 2014 Mid-year Test
13 25 September 2011 Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington 13 – 12  Argentina 2011 Rugby World Cup
12 19 June 2010 Estadio José María Minella, Mar del Plata 9 – 13  Scotland 2010 Scottish tour of Argentina
11 12 June 2010 Estadio José Fierro, Tucumán 16 – 24  Scotland
10 28 November 2009 Murrayfield, Edinburgh 6 – 9  Argentina 2009 Autumn International
9 14 June 2008 Vélez Sársfield, Buenos Aires 14 – 26  Scotland 2008 Scottish tour of Argentina
8 7 June 2008 Gigante de Arroyito, Rosario 21 – 15  Argentina
7 7 October 2007 Stade de France, Saint-Denis, France 19 – 13  Argentina 2007 Rugby World Cup
6 12 November 2005 Murrayfield, Edinburgh 19 – 23  Argentina 2005 Autumn International
5 18 November 2001 Murrayfield, Edinburgh 16 – 25  Argentina
4 21 August 1999 Murrayfield, Edinburgh 22 – 31  Argentina
3 11 June 1994 Estadio Ricardo Etcheverry, Buenos Aires 19 – 17  Argentina
2 4 June 1994 Estadio Ricardo Etcheverry, Buenos Aires 16 – 15  Argentina
1 10 November 1990 Murrayfield, Edinburgh 49 – 3  Scotland

XV Results

Below is a list of matches that Argentina has awarded matches test match status by virtue of awarding caps, but Scotland did not award caps.

Date Venue Score Winner Competition
13 September 1969 Estadio Ricardo Etcheverry, Buenos Aires 20 – 3  Argentina Not classed as a full international by Scotland who fielded a Scotland XV.
27 September 1969 Estadio Ricardo Etcheverry, Buenos Aires 3 – 6  Scotland Not classed as a full international by Scotland who fielded a Scotland XV.
13 September 1973 Murrayfield, Edinburgh 12 – 11  Scotland Not classed as a full international by Scotland who fielded a Scotland XV.

Notes

  1. ^ "Statsguru / Test matches / Team records (Argentina vs. Scotland)". ESPN Scrum. Retrieved 2011-09-25. 
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