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South Africa gained a 89-19 over the Argentinian provincial side, Cuyo, on Tuesday - but at a cost. The second-row forward Krynauw Otto could be heading for home after he suffered a suspected fractured jaw due to a punch in an unpunished 62nd-minute incident. South Africa ran in 15 tries, with the debutant left-winger Breyton Paulse scoring four. Despite the good show from the second string in Mendoza, South Africa have retained the team which beat Argentina 46-15 last Saturday for the second Test in Buenos Aires on Saturday.