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The Puma Trophy (Spanish: Trofeo Puma) is an international rugby union competition between Argentina and Australia. The trophy is a bronzed statue of a puma. Argentina and Australia first played against each other in 1979 and the trophy itself was established in 2000.
In 2012, it became a part of The Rugby Championship. The first draw between the two sides since the creation of the Puma Trophy happened in 2020 (15–15). The next meeting – two weeks later – was also a draw. Subsequently, Australia retained the Trophy for another year.
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- ^ Neutral venue; held in Twickenham Stadium.
- WT – Winter Test
- SI – Spring International
- ^ Worthington, Sam (5 December 2020). "Wallabies claim Tri Nations wooden spoon after Reece Hodge miss results in another draw with Argentina". Nine's Wide World of Sports. Retrieved 6 December 2020.
The Wallabies retain the Puma Trophy while Argentina are in party mode with their passionate fans.