Former Argentine rugby star, 42, was killed in a drive-by shooting outside a bar in Paris

A former Argentine rugby international player has been shot in Paris this morning after being shot dead.

Federico Armburro, 42, who spent much of his career in France, died after a reported driving shooting at a stallion in the Mabelon Bar in the St. Germain district after a reported driving shooting, sources told AFP.

Prior to the shooting, Mr Armburo was eating burgers with friends at 6am in the morning, after going out for dinner.

Photo by Federico Martin Aramburo in 2007 when he scored his third attempt for Argentina during the Rugby Union World Cup

They were allegedly lined up with another group of guardians before being separated by the bouncer.

But the other group later returned to a car and fired several shots, a police source said.

A former Beatriz Olympic player who accompanied Mr Armburo but wanted to remain anonymous said: “There was a dispute, as it could be done later in the evening.

“There was talk but people returned and opened fire on Mr Arborough, who received three bullets.

Federico Aramburu (pictured 2007), 42, who spent most of his career in France, died after a reported driving shooting

Federico Aramburu (pictured 2007), 42, who spent most of his career in France, died after a reported driving shooting

Senior Career: Federico Martin Ermboro

2004-2006 Olympic bearettes

2006-2008 Perpignan

2008-2010 US Dax

2010-2011 Glasgow Warriors (41 appearances)

2011-12 CASI (8 manifest)

A source close to the investigation added that Mr Arborough died at the scene from his injuries, and ‘several bullet marks’ were found on the spot.

An investigation into the murder has been opened, the Paris prosecutor’s office said, and the suspects were still looking.

Mr Armburo, who has retired from rugby, had a comeback that won 22 Argentina caps and played in the 2007 World Cup in France, as he attempted to defeat the Puma host in the third-place game.

He played club rugby for the Berettes, the Perpignans and the Dicks in France from 2004 to 2010, winning the Top 14 twice with the Beartz (BOPB) and later on the club’s board of directors.

He was born in La Planeta, the capital city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and trained at the San Isidro Club, according to Le Persin.

Mr Armburo also played for the Argentine national team from 2002 to 2005.

His goal was to attend Stade de France for the game of England versus France tonight, the final of the ten-nation tournament in 2022.

A tribute will take place tonight at the stadium, the French Rugby Federation said.

His friend Dmitry Yachvili, who was also a former rugby player, also told Lee Persians: ‘It was a day of celebration for French rugby but today I lost a friend.

Prior to retiring from sports, Mr. Armburgo lived in the beach town of Beeritz and worked for a tourism company.

“We learned of the death of Federico Martin Ermburo in difficult circumstances. The BOPB extends its sincere condolences to the family, their close relations, and assures them of their full support, ‘BOPB tweeted today.

Prior to the shooting, Mr Armburo, pictured in 2007, was eating a burger with friends in the St. Germain district on the left bank of the 6th, after a night out.

Prior to the shooting, Mr Armburo, pictured in 2007, was eating a burger with friends in the St. Germain district on the left bank of the 6th, after a night out.

Former St Francis player and current deputy mayor of the sport, Pierre Rabadan, tweeted: “What a nightmare, I am still in shock and for my family, his children, all his rugby friends from Beerutz, Argentina.”

“For the French rugby day to be a happy day, I have a hard heart and a deep anger.

Mr. Arborough also played for the Glasgow Warriors from 2010 to 2011. The club said in a Twitter post: ‘We are shocked and upset at the sudden and tragic death of Player No 185, Federico Armburo.

“A true warrior statue and loved by all, the thoughts of everyone in the club, past and present, are with his family during this very difficult time.”

Pumas said Mr Armburro “gave his best to the national team” and added him to the Argentine club “will not forget his efforts and his performance at the 2007 World Cup in France.