|Argentina: (24) 59|
|Tries: Sanchez, Gonzalez (2), Creevy, Bogado, Isgro, Ruiz, Carreras Con: Sanchez (6), Carreras (2) Pens: Sanchez|
|Chile: (0) 5|
Argentina secured a comfortable a win over Chile to boost their Rugby World Cup quarter-final hopes and set up a winner-takes-all tie with Japan.
An eight-try 59-5 victory in Nantes means the Pumas return to second in Pool D, level on points with the Cherry Blossoms, who they will face next week.
Argentina had raced into a 24-0 lead at half-time and scored a bonus point try in the 45th minute.
Chile end their World Cup campaign with a fourth defeat.
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