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Live Reporting

George O'Neill

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodnight

    FT: Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    That's all from us tonight.

    A disappointing start to this Test series for Scotland, but they have the chance to bounce back next week in Salta.

    See you then.

  2. 'We performed in difficult moments' - Cheika

    FT: Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    Argentina head coach Michael Cheika is understandably a happy man. He too has given his thoughts to Sky Sports:

    "There are obviously a lot of things to improve", he said, "but I think some of the basics were there. Playing in front of a home crowd gives you that will to win and perform.

    "I've always admired Argentinian teams' ability to perform in difficult moments, and we did that [after losing Tomas Cubelli and Nicolas Sanchez]."

  3. 'We didn't get going' - Townsend

    FT: Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    A dejected Gregor Townsend has also spoken to Sky Sports post-match:

    "I'm disappointed", he said. "We didn't get going until the second half, and then we got into a position from which we should have kicked on, and didn't.

    "We didn't have much ball [in the first-half], and we had to defend for a number of phases. It was a stop-start game throughout. Sometimes you have to create your own momentum, and you do that through accuracy.

    [On Blair Kinghorn's performance at 10]: "I don't think it was as good as Blair would've wanted, but at times he did well. We're all here to learn. It's the first game for us in a while. We've got to be better next week.

    "You have to make the most of the opportunities you get. Away from home you will get decisions go against you. We need to show more intensity, and counter what Argentina do better next week."

  4. 'Really, really poor'

    FT: Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    A scathing assessment from BBC Scotland's chief sports writer:

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  5. 'I'm here to win Tests' - Gilchrist

    FT: Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    Scotland captain Grant Gilchrist has been giving his thoughts to Sky Sports:

    "We were below our best in the first-half", he said. "We didn't control territory, didn't control possession. We showed what we're about at the start of the second half. At 18-all I felt momentum was with us and that we should've won the game.

    "We can't come here and only play for periods. We need more accuracy and in the key moments we need to be better. At 18-all we have to take the restart and exit.

    "We'll be back to win next week, and take it to the third Test.

    "I'm not here to captain my country, I'm here to win Tests. That's the overriding emotion now."

  6. Post update

    FT: Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    Stuart Hogg

    Rested Scotland full-back on Sky Sports

    Quote Message: We showed in patches what we're about. Got ourselves into good positions, Argentina started to make mistakes, give away penalties, and we scored two tries off the back of it. But credit to Argentina, they came back and won the game.
  7. 'Scotland looked ring-rusty'

    FT: Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    Rory Lawson

    Former Scotland captain on Sky Sports

    Quote Message: Scotland looked ring-rusty. Argentina are deserved winners. We got ourselves back into the game and then lost discipline. Scotland need a reaction next week.
  8. Full-time

    Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    It comes to nothing, but Los Pumas take a 1-0 lead in this three match series.

  9. Post update

    Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    Time is up in Jujuy, but Argentina kick a penalty into the corner.

    They want to finish with a flourish here.

  10. Post update

    Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    Agustin Creevy blasts through Scotland at a ruck, wins possession back for the hosts, and surely kills off Scotland's challenge.

  11. Post update

    Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    Argentina knock-on.

    Scotland have a scrum on their 22m line - can they perform a miracle?

  12. Post update

    Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    Matias Moroni wraps up the Scotland ball-carrier, Nic Berry calls maul, and Argentina win a scrum.

    It's not happening for Scotland as time ticks away.

  13. Post update

    Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    As ever with Argentina, this has been a bruising contest. Here's a flavour for you:

    Darcy Graham tackles his man into touch
    Grant Gilchrist makes the tackle
  14. Penalty Argentina 26-18 Scotland

    Emiliano Boffelli

    Scotland are pinged for not releasing in the tackle, and Emiliano Boffelli makes no mistake off the tee.

    The visitors are now eight points behind. They have 10 minutes to turn things around.

  15. Post update

    Argentina 23-18 Scotland

    Pablo Matera dinks a kick in behind, but Rory Hutchinson sweeps up well.

    However, Blair Kinghorn's clearance kick flies out on the full, and Scotland are back in defensive mode.

  16. Post update

    Argentina 23-18 Scotland

    Scotland thought they were in in the corner, but Nic Berry's whistle goes for a forward pass.

    Hands on heads for the men in navy blue.

  17. Post update

    Argentina 23-18 Scotland

    An Argentina kick rolls through a flock of pigeons and goes dead.

    Scotland gifted some territory, and now they win a penalty which Blair Kinghorn smacks into the corner.

  18. Post update

    Argentina 23-18 Scotland

    Pierre Schoeman roars with delight as the referees arm goes out in Scotland's favour.

    They will have the feed at a scrum on the Argentina 10m line.

  19. Try Argentina 23-18 Scotland

    Gonzalo Bertranou

    Try given.

    Straight from kick-off, Emiliano Boffelli wins the aerial contest, and Argentina pile forward from there.

    Scrum-half Gonzalo Bertranou snipes down the blindside to dot down in the corner.

  20. Try review

    Argentina 18-18 Scotland

    Argentina think they've immediately retaken the lead, but the TMO wants a second look at the grounding.