Warriors pair Agustin Creevy and Leonardo Senatore helped steer Argentina to a memorable 18-13 victory over France in Paris at the weekend.
Creevy was the star man as his Argentina side kicked four drop goals and two penalties to secure the win over Les Bleus.
Fly-half Nicolás Sánchez hit three of his side's four drop goals, which enabled the Pumas to close their European tour with two wins in three Tests.
France centre Wesley Fofana scored the only try just before the hour-mark but Argentina's solid defence limited the hosts’ chances to score after they changed ends 15-3 down.
Argentina stunned the French by putting over four drop goals, with Sánchez’s hat-trick and two penalties, alongside one drop goal from centre Juan Martín Hernández.
France were fresh from a 40-15 win over Fiji followed by a 29-26 win over Australia while Argentina, having lost in Scotland two weeks ago, beat Italy 20-18 in their last outing.
The defeat was France's first at home against Argentina since the 2007 World Cup.