Updated: 30/07 10.30am
While the rest of us were out celebrating a Saturday night, or in bed taking it easy - Argentina and Australia went head to head in the Rugby Championship. Australia managed to win the game 34-9 to set up a winner takes all encounter against New Zealand in Sydney in two weeks.
Michael Hooper won't miss that game after this incident whilst Dean Mumm carried the Argentine pack over the try line to give Australia a ten point cushion. Hooper was given a one week ban, which he will serve by being named in a local Sydney rugby competition, the Shute Shield, which he otherwise would have had no involvement in.
It's so bad and blatant, that even the Australian journalists are convinced that it should have been a red card - had it not been so far off the ball that the referees missed the incident.
Would like to see another angle of Hooper incident but on first viewing he has dodged a red card for a punch.
— Paul Cully (@paulcullystuff) July 26, 2015
Hooper will now available for Australia in their World Cup warm-ups as he fights for his place in the team ahead of David Pocock and George Smith.
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