TOKYO, 9 Oct - Argentina registered seven tries in their victory over USA on Wednesday, all scored by backs. Los Pumas played with flair, their length-of-the-field scores slicing apart USA's resistance.
Argentina's backs could not have done it by themselves, though. Once they made their breaks, they needed support runners.
The one-two pass is a feature of football so it is no surprise the nation which gave us Diego Maradona and Lionel Messi found a way to bring the move to rugby.
In the video below, watch at 11 seconds to see how a feint from fly-half Nicolas Sanchez opens up the defence to put centre Juan Cruz Mallia through a hole.
Mallia is into the USA backfield but that is less than half the job. The Eagles have two defenders back to receive a possible kick so Mallia would need to do something exceptional to beat them alone.
Look at the support he receives though. If he chooses to pass to his left, there are three Argentines charging forward. If he chooses to pass to his right, he has Nicolas Sanchez in support. It is a five on two.
Sanchez stays close to Mallia so the centre can make a simple pass, and the fly-half finishes the move he started.
At 1.16 in the highlights, Jeronimo de la Fuenta scores Argentina's sixth try.
Mallia makes the clean break and has winger Santiago Carreras for support on the nearside. Carreras continues the break but the American defence flocks to the winger.
But that doesn't matter as three Argentina players have continued charging in support infield. Even when Mallia is closed down he could throw any pass inside and hit a team-mate.
He finds Jeronimo de la Fuente who is able to score untouched. He did have to sprint 80m to be there though.
The try at 1.37 is the final one of the match and the first for Gonzalo Bertranou, who has only just joined the squad.
Mallia is involved once again. His dummy pass to the outside creates a hole directly in front of him which he charges through.
He still has two defenders to beat though. The support he has on each shoulder makes that significantly easier.
Mallia draws both defenders to him by stepping first right and then left. That allows him to choose which direction to pass in. Bertranou receives the ball, and some sharp footwork puts him past the final defender.
The equation is simple: a break plus numerous support options equals a try.