The Jaguars did it. In their best season in the Super Rugby, they are already in the Super Rugby final 2019 live. Again as locals, they left behind the Brumbies of Australia to pure try (they scored five) and the party was unleashed in Vélez. It was a 39-7 victory in the first semifinal of the tournament that brings together the main franchises in the southern hemisphere and to which the national team arrived in 2016. And now enjoy the final rival Crusaders vs Jaguars Live Stream Final.
The team led by Gonzalo Quesada must now travel to Christchurch for the definition, because Crusaders beat Hurricanes in the early morning in Argentina by 30 to 26.
Jaguars and Brumbies clashed four times. The first two were victories of the Australians but the taba turned around: this year, last April, the Argentines won by 20 to 15 and now the margin was higher.
Jaguars: Emiliano Boffelli; Sebastián Cancelliere, Matías Orlando, Jerónimo de la Fuente (c) and Matías Moroni; Joaquín Díaz Bonilla and Tomás Cubelli; Tomás Lezana, Javier Ortega Desio and Pablo Matera; Tomás Lavanini and Guido Petti Pagadizábal; Santiago Medrano, Agustín Creevy and Mayco Vivas. Coach: Gonzalo Quesada.
Changes: ST 5m, Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro for Vivas and Marcos Kremer for Lezana; 14m, Julián Montoya for Creevy and Enrique Pieretto for Medrano; 26m, Felipe Ezcurra for Cubelli; 28m, Francisco Gorrisen for Petti Pagadizábal and Domingo Miotti for Díaz Bonilla, and 32m, Ramiro Moyano for De la Fuente.
Brumbies: Tom Banks; Henry Speight, Tevita Kuridrani, Irae Simone and Toni Pulu; Christian Lealiifano (c) and Joe Powell; Tom Cusack, Lachlan McCaffrey and Rob Valetini; Sam Carter and Rory Arnold; Allan Alaalatoa, Folau Fainga’a and Scott Sio. Coach: Dan McKellar.
Changes: ST 1m, Tom Wright by Pulu; 7m, James Slipper for Sio; 11m, Jahrome Brown for Valentini; 16m, Darcy Swain for Carter; 23m, Connal McInerney by McKellar; 24m, Murray Douglas by Arnold; 28m, Matt Lucas by Powell and Leslie Leuluaialii-Makin by Alaalatoa.
So many: PT: 4m and 19m, goals by Diaz Bonilla by tries by Cubelli and Lavanini (J); 7m and 13m, penalties by Díaz Bonilla (J); 40m, goal from Lealiifano by Fainga’a try (B). ST: 9m and 23m, goals by Diaz Bonilla for tries from Orlando (J), and 38m, try by Boffelli (J).
Field: José Amalfitani Stadium, Buenos Aires
Referee: Mike Fraser (New Zealand)