Two Greig Laidlaw penalties gave Scotland a 6-3 lead at the break
Laidlaw then won it for the Scots with a last-gasp three-pointer
Scotland returned to winning ways when they claimed a hard-fought 19-16 victory over Argentina at Murrayfield on Saturday.
The result was in the balance right until the end when Greig Laidlaw secured victory for the home side via a penalty with the final act of this Test, after Juan Manuel Leguizamon was penalised for an illegal tackle on Ross Ford.
Captain Laidlaw gave the hosts an early 6-0 lead before Nicolas Sanchez narrowed the deficit to just three points with his kick just before half-time.
The Pumas fly-half levelled the scores after the restart before converting Matias Orlando’s try to give the visitors a seven-point lead, 6-13.
Scotland were not behind long as Sean Maitland crashed over soon after with Laidlaw bringing the hosts level.
Sanchez and Laidlaw then traded penalties before the Scotland skipper won the match with a penalty right at the end.