This piece of work from Moyano in the 15th minute had the Nelson crowd stunned as he weaved magic down the left-hand side.
Some beautiful quick hands from Javier Ortega Desio gave Moyano some room where he went in-and-away, running rings around the covering Richie Mo’unga, before turning TJ Perenara inside-out on the way to the try line untouched.
The performance came on the back of a 32-19 win over South Africa, and captain Creevy sees definite signs of progress under coach Mario Ledesma.
“The first [half] was really, really fast and I think we struggled with that,” Creevy said.
“We feel good, we feel strong, we will continue. We had a lot of opportunities and we had a good result. We need to improve, we are building a good team, good rugby.”
Despite the 46-24 loss, it was arguably the Pumas best performance against the All Blacks since joining the Rugby Championship and put the world on notice they may be building form at the right time heading into next year’s World Cup.
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