Australia beat Argentina 23-19 in round four of the Rugby Championship. Now it's time for Planet Rugby to rate the players at Skill Park on Saturday.
15 Berrick Barnes: Hit the post twice early on, which put Australia under pressure, but then found his range and had a decent game in open play. 6.5/10
14 Dom Shipperley: Suffered a grim finger injury in the first half, but didn't let it affect him in the second. 5/10
13 Adam Ashley-Cooper: Had one good run, but was otherwise wrapped up by Marcelo Bosch. 6/10
12 Pat McCabe: Picked up a deserved yellow card, but when he was on the field McCabe was one of the few genuinely bright spots for Australia. 7/10
11 Digby Ioane: Kept himself busy throughout the game by coming off his wing to get involved, and deserved his try when it came in the second half. A class above everyone else on the field. 8/10
10 Quade Cooper: What a nightmare. Got charged down for the first Argentinian try, and every second pass seemed to go skipping along the ground. An assist for McCabe was the only saving grace. 2/10
9 Nick Phipps: There was one Phipps moment which rather summed up the poor quality of the match as a whole - he took a quick tap from a free kick, then booted it straight into touch, while an Puma tried to keep it in play. Had some good moments as well, such as his line break that led to Ioane's try. 5/10
8 Radike Samo: Was strong with ball in hand, and faultless in defence, but still didn't have it all his own way as Argentina dragged their hosts into a scrap. Won't be happy with spilling the ball when over the line.6/10
7 Michael Hooper: Made a nuisance of himself at the breakdown, which was generally enough to force an Argentinian error. 6.5/10
6 Dave Dennis: Was a regular ball carrier but never made much headway. Strong at the line-out. 6/10
5 Nathan Sharpe: A brace performance from an enormous player who is clearly not feeling 21 anymore. Very nearly scored in the first half, regularly got over the gain-line and his composure permeated the rest of the team when Australia were 13 points down. 7.5/10
4 Kane Douglas: Rarely noticed him, but was solid enough when he was involved in a decent debut. 6/10
3 Ben Alexander: Had a busy game, but conceded a couple of penalties that were lapped up by the Argentinians. 6/10
2 Tatafu Polota Nau: Strong in the scrum, and got through a lot of tackling. Line-out throwing was largely consistent, with just one wayward throw blown up. 6.5/10
1 Benn Robinson: Withdrawn just 30 minutes into the game. 5/10
17 James Slipper: An early substitution for Robinson, he had a decent game. There was just one scrum when Argentina caused problems and earned a penalty. 6/10
18 Scott Higginbotham: Provided Australia with the sort of impact they required when he came on to overturn a 13-point deficit. 7/10
19 Liam Gill: Didn't play long enough to earn a rating.
21 Anthony Fainga'a: Didn't play long enough to earn a rating.
22 Kurtley Beale: Only had 13 minutes, but did well to slot a penalty from a tough position late on. 6/10