Argentina captain Agustín Creevy was pleased to see his team kick on in the second half to produce a big win over Georgia.
Los Pumas held a slim 14-9 lead at half-time but produced some excellent tries in the second half, as Georgia suffered from losing captain Mamuka Gorgodze to the bin.
"In the first half, we made lots of mistakes and I think this played against us," Creevy said.
"This doesn’t help, but in the second half we played well, we kept the ball and were very dynamic and managed to show this.
"I think we showed what Daniel Hourcade told us during the week (before the game) and I think we have done a good job.
"We played well and had fun and that is the reason we got so many points."
The Argentina coach was happy with the outcome of Friday's game at Kingsholm but hoped his side could build on the momentum.
"I feel very happy and enjoyed this very much. Sometimes it works and sometime is doesn’t, but this team always tries what it practises in training," Hourcade added.
"We have had experiences like this when we have done good things and relaxed, so we have to carry on."