|Rugby Championship: South Africa v Argentina|
|South Africa: (13) 25|
|Tries: De Jager, Le Roux, Habana Pens: Pollard 2 Cons: Pollard 2|
|Argentina: (27) 37|
|Tries: Imhoff 3, Bosch Pens: Hernandez, Bosch Drop goals: Bosch Cons: Hernandez 4|
Argentina beat South Africa for the first time in their history as this year's Rugby Championship drew to a close in Durban.
It was the Pumas' first victory over the Springboks in 20 attempts after 18 losses and a draw.
Winger Juan Imhoff scored a 19-minute hat-trick as Argentina finished off the bottom of the Championship for the first time.
Earlier Australia won the title after they beat New Zealand 27-19 in Sydney.
Centre Marcelo Bosch scored Argentina's other try after just a minute's play at King's Park, while Imhoff scored two first-half tries as the Pumas took a 27-13 lead at the break.
Imhoff then completed his hat-trick within two minutes of the restart while fly-half Juan Martin Hernandez, landed four conversions and a penalty as South Africa suffered their third straight loss.
Springbok winger Bryan Habana scored a late consolation try with two minutes left on the clock while lock Lood de Jager and full-back Willie le Roux were also on the score sheet for South Africa.
South Africa: Le Roux, Kriel, De Villiers, De Allende, Habana, Pollard, Pienaar, Mtawarira, Du Plessis, Koch, Etzebeth, De Jager, Brussow, Coetzee, Burger.
Replacements: Strauss, Nyakane, Van der Merwe, Du Toit, Kolisi, Reinach, Lambie, Mvovo.
Argentina: Tuculet, Agulla, Bosch, De La Fuente, Imhoff, Hernandez, Cubelli, Ayerza, Creevy, Tetaz Chaparro, Petti Pagadizaval, Lavanini, Matera, Leguizamon, Senatore.
Replacements: Montoya, Noguera Paz, Diaz, Alemanno, Lezana, Landajo, Gonzalez Iglesias, Gonzalez Amorosino.
Referee: Romain Poite (France)