Wallabies Smash Argentina In Rugby World Cup Semis, Move On To Finals

The Wallabies have scored a place in the Rugby World Cup finals for the first time in more than a decade, after smashing Argentina in the semi-finals at Twickenham. 
The final score was 29-15, with former Wallabies captain John Eales praising the back row as “the best in the world.” After the match, Eales singled out breakdown specialist David Pocock, saying:
“It was a relentless effort from the Wallabies, they just kept putting the Argentinians under pressure, but then they had to absorb a lot of pressure themselves.”

“At the start of the tournament one of the questions we asked, we said ‘for Australia to advance here, we have to be the best in the world at something.’”

“We are the best in the world at the breakdown. Pilfering the ball but also the pressure the guys are putting on. Line speed is looking really good.”
Australia will now face New Zealand, meeting the All Blacks for the first time in a Rugby World Cup final.
via News Corp
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