I reckon Brian O'Driscoll picked this game well in the lead up. He backed on the Wallabies on the basis that Argentina celebrated their win over Ireland like they'd won the WC, so wondered if they'd be able to get up for this one with the same intensity.Why did you think it would happen ? Pressure got to them or are they over hyped, you see more of them in the SH.
Not at all. It would've been nice to see them get a try for all their efforts. with that said its better Australia go through, they have a much better chance to beat the All Blacks. 4 -0 in tries doesn't tell the full story, anyway Well done AustraliaKiwi in disguise!!
Didn't you guys rob Japan of their rightful spot in the qtrs with dodgy decisions? Yep, you did. Oh, and what dodgy decision gave Australia 4 tries?Wonder what dodgy decision australia will get in the final yet another shocking referee performance that went the way of aus
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Haha, Michael Lynagh is the most angry that I've seen him when defending Australia's last try. But 3 Englishmen versus 1 Aussie in the ITV studio. Lynagh was not a happy bunny.I am surprised they didn't go to the TMO for the last try. That last pass looked flat at best.
Didn't you rob us of our semi spot with an outright wrong decision? YesDidn't you guys rob Japan of their rightful spot in the qtrs with dodgy decisions? Yep, you did. Oh, and what dodgy decision gave Australia 4 tries?
I hear the scots are still upset about this: http://www.thefaultreport.com.au/sport/scotland-fuming-that-referee-didnt-stop-australian-tries/
Incorrect, your passing was terrible and the first 10 minutes you lost the game with pathetic defending and trying to play rugby at stupid areas of the park, it's disappointing. The Australians aren't immense, you lacked a clinical halfback who could deliver good ball to your backline.Australia just too good for the Pumas today. Whenever Argentina came close, the aussie defense was immense. Good effort, but we couldn't capitalise on the couple good breaks we had, whereas Australia were clinical, and after those two first early tries, it was a mountain to climb. Several things didn't click for the Pumas today, but all the credit to Australia, and in particular, that amazing back row and back line.
Congrats aussies. The final should be awesome. I'll be cheering for you!