Argentina have defeated Tonga in the first Rugby World Cup match at the Leicester City Stadium.
In an exciting and even first half, both sides scored two tries to the delight of the fans and an exuberant Diego Maradona watching in the stands.
The Pumas took control of the second half though, scoring three more tries to run out 45-16 winners. Argentina now edge towards qualification out of Pool C.
Gloucester Rugby's Greig Laidlaw says he is pleased the World Cup destiny of Scotland is still in their own hands, after they were beaten by South Africa.
Scotland sit second in the group, and will secure qualification if they beat Samoa in their final game next weekend.
Laidlaw told ITV Sport that he was also pleased to have seven days until the next match, to work to improve after yesterday's defeat in Newcastle.
England and Wasps star Joe Launchbury says he sees a tough week ahead, after England crashed out of their own Rugby World Cup.
England lost at Twickenham to Australia, meaning they exit the tournament, with Wales and Australia progressing to the quarter finals.
Speaking to ITV Sport, Launchbury added that the performance in next week's dead rubber against Uruguay will now be important to ensure England can exit the tournament with some pride.
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For those rugby fans without tickets to Samoa v South Africa today and Australia v Uruguay tomorrow, organisers of the Birmingham Fanzone say that the next best place in the city to watch the games.
Jen Griggs says thousands of spectators are expected at the Fanzone next to Millennium Point today and tomorrow, and there is plenty on offer for a great atmosphere.
Thousands of people are expected to enjoy today's Rugby World Cup matches from the Birmingham Fanzone near Millennium point.
Villa Park will host its first match of the tournament when Samoa take on Samoa at 5:00pm.
As excitement builds, the Webb Ellis Trophy itself was in the city today, visiting the Fanzone before spectators arrive this lunchtime.
They can watch the match at Villa Park on the big screen, with thousands more expected for the biggest clash of the day when England and Wales meet at Twickenham at 8:00pm.
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Former England captain Bill Beaumont has spoken of his admiration for the Midlands venues being used to host Rugby World Cup teams.
He told ITV News Central that Villa Park, which will host Samoa's match against South Africa on Saturday, was an 'iconic' sporting venue.