Argentina have recorded their second win at the Rugby World Cup in Japan.
They beat the United States 47-17 in a Pool C match in Saitama, outscoring their opponents by seven tries to three.
However, it was a too little too late for the Pumas, because England and France, who face off on Saturday, have already qualified for the quarter-finals from this group.
They both have three wins from three matches.
There are two more matches taking place on Wednesday.
Scotland must beat Russia to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for the play-offs.
They are in Pool A along with log leaders, Japan, and Ireland.
Wales will take on Fiji in Oita at 12:15 this afternoon and a win for the Welsh will see them through to the quarter-finals.
“They were playing for somebody very special today, and really happy he had the farewell he deserved”@lospumas head coach Mario Ledesma gets emotional in post match interview after his side’s win over USA#ARGvUSA #RWC2019 pic.twitter.com/yTZLkhb3bZ
— Rugby World Cup (@rugbyworldcup) October 9, 2019
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