The match was a high-energy free-flowing affair with a string of stunning goals, many the product of some dynamic shooting.
Argentina’s Jonathan Levi netted after just 48 seconds as the South American champions made the perfect start.
Anthony Talo equalised from close range with nine seconds of the first period remaining. James Naka, who impressively set up the goal, could have scored again within moments of the kick-off but Santiago Hilaire made a miraculous goal-line clearance.
Naka was it again immediately after the restart setting up Talo as the Solomons took the lead with the Oceania nation enjoying good support.
Incredibly Solomons grabbed a third goal within 63 seconds as Robert Laua finished a stunning passing move for a delightful goal.
Joe Luwi then made it 4-1 two minutes later but Ezequiel Hilaire pulled a goal back almost immediately with a great shot in off the post.
Brother Frederico Hilaire then made it 4-3 midway through the half as the goals rained down.