It wasn't quite as one sided as last weekend. Argentina, their pride obviously wounded by the 32-3 setback last Saturday, took the game to England in the opening quarter, and were good value for a 12-3 lead.
However, Burns darted over from close range for his first England try, and the England pack bullied their way to two penalty tries before the half time interval to take the game by the scruff of the neck.
Second half tries from Rob Webber, Marland Yarde (2) and a superb solo score from Kyle Eastmond completed the job, although the Pumas' efforts were rewarded with tries from Montero and Leonardi.
From a Gloucester perspective, Freddie Burns gave a composed display at fly half, often focusing on driving his team forward and making sure that England were playing in the right areas of the pitch.
Jonny May, making his debut, didn't get an awful lot of attacking ball to use. However, he was strong in defence and competed well when chasing high kicks.
It was a quieter evening than last weekend for Ben Morgan, but he controlled the ball well at the base of the scrum and there were a few trademark rampaging runs.
And Matt Kvesic will have well and truly whetted the appetites of the Gloucester faithful with a marauding performance at openside.
Great to be part of the first England team to win 2 test matches in Argentina. After a shaky start we proved we had what it took! #proud- Freddie Burns (@FreddieBurns) June 16, 2013