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Some of the best moments from the Rugby World Cup including two tries that helped Wales beat Australia.

Warren Gatland says Wales should celebrate World Cup victory over Australia, but must not take anything for granted for the rest of the tournament.

Wales have taken control of Pool D by beating the Wallabies and will win the group if they defeat Fiji and Uruguay.

Gatland’s side would then face the runners-up of Pool C which is likely to be England, France or Argentina.

“The pool is in our own destiny,” said Gatland.

The victory marked captain Alun Wyn Jones setting a new Wales cap record of 130 appearances and Gatland believes his side must acknowledge this achievement before looking to face Fiji in Oita on 9 October.

“We have got a break and I would like to see the boys celebrating and they d

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