Fernandez targets Kiwi upset
Argentina's Santiago Fernandez has accepted his team must be at the top of their game if they are to beat New Zealand on Sunday.
The All Blacks head to South America on the back of three wins in the Rugby Championship, with a perfect record in the competition so far. It won't be a simple task for the world champions to maintain their winning streak, as they go up against a side who have already played out a 16-16 draw with South Africa this season. Fernandez has accepted his side will be up against it against the All Blacks and believes the Pumas must be at their best for the entire game to get a result. He said: "We have to play for the full 80 minutes. "In the last two matches we failed to maintain intensity. We have to improve this. "We have to play a perfect game, given they are the world champions and the best team in the world. We have to play tough defence and take advantage of the few chances we get. They don't make many mistakes, and we have to be ready to capitalise when they do."