Wallabies have produced a huge second half comeback to beat Argentina 45-34 and embossed coach Michael Cheika skin.
But that may not be enough to avoid changing his training team after a tepid first half in Salta leave them staring down the barrel of championship rugby disaster – Cheika, perhaps at the end of his reign.
After promising all week to do a talk in this area, Australia turned out in horrible open the clip to the trail 31-7 at halftime.
During that phase, it was already the biggest score they had ever adopted against Los Pumas.
Rugby Championship 2018: Argentina v Australia – as it happened
Half the time the bread of angry Cheika seems to do the trick, however, the Wallabies came out of the cast in the stadium Padre Ernesto Martearena is another side.
Their problematic defense suddenly bought their misfiring attack somehow clicked with Izack Rodda Israel Folau and Dean Haylett Petty all scoring tries inside the first 11 minutes of the second half to reduce the margin to three points.
Then David Pocock twisted through the chaos in Los Pumas bodies in the 64th minute to put Australia in front for the first time 35-34.
A crossfield bomb from Bernard Foley in the 66th minute preparation Haylett Petty for her second attempt, before Foley penalty to ensure the tourists to escape with a third win of the year.
Australia finished the game with 14 men after taking Lat was in Kharkiv to hit the Pumas replacement prop Santiago Garcia Botta in the face, apparently unprovoked.
But while they also managed to avoid the first Rugby Championship wooden spoon the fact it took 40 minutes for the Wallabies to start playing well in these circumstances should stimulate rugby in Australia to work in some way.
It was the worst start imaginable – five minutes in the contest and were already 14-0 down and the knives on Cheika.
First Pablo Matera criticized by Foley’s address before the doctor will genes and under the posts untouched to put Los Pumas in front.
Seconds later, a shellshocked Australia tried to reply through the left edge of the waves, but it collapsed in the worst possible way.
Reese Hodge trying to offload to Michael Hooper was intercepted on the 22m line, in the time you have realized what happened, the defender Emiliano Boffelli was celebrating after finishing off a rapid counter-attack.
Hop in the end I managed to get most of the line itself on 14 minutes but Los Pumas crossed more than twice and added a penalty before halftime to lead up to 24 points.