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Left winger Josh Adams scored a hat trick of tries — and had another ruled out — as Wales rallied to reach the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals beating Fiji 29-17 in a pulsating Pool D match.
The Six Nations champions hit back from 10-0 down and meets either England or France in the quarter-finals.
The Flying Fijians are taking the plane home but going out in style.
Only five points separated them with about 10 minutes left, until fullback Liam Williams gave Wales breathing space with a converted try. Centre Jonathan Davies created it with a brilliant backhand offload.
Earlier in the second half, his younger brother James Davies got sin-binned on his World Cup debut at flanker.
It was a chaotic match.
The first half produced seven tries, but only three were given.
Referee Jerome Garces referred five to video review, of which three were ruled out — two by Wales, one by Fiji.
Another try, scored by Fiji
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