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17 September 2017, 08:30 | Anna Jefferson
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Australia was also ruthless in taking advantage of the sin-binning of Pumas prop Enrique Pieretto, running in three tries in the final 10 minutes to halfbacks Will Genia and Nick Phipps then second-Test hooker Jordan Uelese, the first of what should be many.
Foley had a big game, kicking at 100 percent to contribute 15 points and also pulled off a try-saving tackle in the second half.
"There's a sense of finally getting a reward for the hard work we've been putting in", Hooper said.
The Wallabies finally broke through in the southern hemisphere tournament after some frustrating close shaves.
The Wallabies have been beaten twice by New Zealand and once by South Africa, but they eased past the Pumas thanks to six tries in Canberra.
Australia led 20-10 in the second half against South Africa in Perth last week, only for the Springboks to snatch a 23-23 draw.
The Wallabies have won their last four games against the Pumas while Argentina have won only once in Australia with an 18-3 victory in Brisbane in 1983.
"I'm sorry that the first half was a bit slow".
Argentina team (15-1): Emiliano Boffelli; Matias Moroni, Matias Orlando, Jeronimo de la Fuente, Ramiro Moyano; Nicolas Sanchez, Martin Landajo; Tomas Lezana, Javier Ortega Desio, Pablo Matera; Matias Alemanno, Guido Petti; Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, Agustin Creevy (capt), Lucas Noguera.
The home side hit back just five minutes later as the ball was sent out to the right to Folau, who went over with Foley tying things up with the conversion.
The Wallabies turned around a 13-10 half-time deficit to run out 45-20 winners and keep alive their chances of finishing second in this year's tournament.
Front-rower Kepu scored off a pick and drive close to the Pumas try-line and Folau completed his double with his 30th Test try off a long cut-out Will Genia pass.
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