All Blacks hoping to whip Argentina Pumas yet again

THE All Blacks will be out to maintain both their unbeaten start to the Rugby Championship, and against Argentina, in Hamilton today.

The men in black have never lost to the Pumas, winning 15 of the 16 meetings between the sides.

Their only blemish was a 21-21 draw in Buenos Aires in 1985.

New Zealand coach Steve Hansen said the desire to maintain the unbeaten record against the South Americans didn't make for added pressure.

He said the All Blacks wanted to win every Test, whether it was against opponents they had lost to before or not.

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