The Wallabies have produced another proud victory with dominating possession and hard running hit-ups, finally ending a run of two drawn games against Argentina with a 27-8 win.
In front of a packed-out crowd, Dave Rennie's men overcame a second-half fightback as they secured their third win in a row, the first time they have achieved the feat in four years.
The Wallabies got off to the perfect start as tries to Reece Hodge and Samu Kerevi gave them a 17-3 lead at the break.
However, Argentina hit back through Julian Montoya as they search for their first win of the tournament.
As the Pumas fought for a way back into the contest, a yellow card to Marcos Kremer and Andrew Kellaway's try would help the Wallabies seal the victory.
Looking at the points table, the All Blacks are leading with 24 points, the Wallabies have moved up to second spot with 13 points, South Africa is third with 11 points and Argentina remains pointless.
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