South Africa beat Argentina 34-21 in Rugby Championship

Wingers Aphiwe Dyantyi and Makazole Mapimpi scored two tries each as the Springboks turned a nine-point first-half deficit into a comfortable victory.

South Africa's tighthead prop Frans Malherbe (L) looks on as Argentina's flanker Pablo Matera (2R) is tackled by South Africa's inside centre Andre Esterhuizen(R) and full-back Willem le Roux (C) during The Rugby Championship rugby union match between South Africa and Argentina at Johnson Kings Park Stadium in Durban on 18 August 2018. Picture: AFP

DURBAN - South Africa fought back in the second half to beat Argentina 34-21 in Durban on Saturday and make a winning start to the Rugby Championship.

Wingers Aphiwe Dyantyi and Makazole Mapimpi scored two tries each as the Springboks turned a nine-point first-half deficit into a comfortable victory.