Wales run in five tries against Italy

Wales run in five tries against Italy

Wales run in five tries against Italy

A blistering opening that saw three tries scored in the opening 10 minutes left Italy well in the game at just 14-7 behind but from then on it was an all too familiar story as the Azzurri suffered their 16th successive defeat in the Six Nations and 12th in a row in all competitions by Wales.

As for Italy, the way Matteo Minozzi wrongfooted the Welsh defence to angle his way to the goal line was pretty special too.

Gatland admitted Wales must now wait to see if there will be any action against Williams ahead of the France game.

"Basically, he doesn't make mistakes", Gatland said at the post-match press conference. "It's what we wanted".

"It's hard because this is the very highest level and we are having to make changes that should have been made a long time ago". Some elements were frustrating and we'll work on that.

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"But we achieved what we wanted to do, to get a bonus point and have our destiny in our own hands next week to finish second in the Championship". Wales' numerical disadvantage had little effect with Hill flying over for his first global try in the 42nd minute.

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Wales averaged 46 points a time in their last four games against Italy, and they made a flying start by posting two converted tries during the opening six minutes. His pass found North, who finished off his 31st Test match touchdown, with Gareth Anscombe adding both conversions.

However, Italy, who looked composed in possession despite their early errors, hit back in the 10th minute when Minozzi showed delightful footwork to step around Williams and stretch beyond Steff Evans in the corner.

This was despite Wales being reduced to 13 men at one stage after fullback Liam Williams and scrum-half Gareth Davies received yellow cards either side of half-time.

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"I thought the yellow card was fair".

"I am happy we are seeing progress but I am desperate to win because that is what you are judged on", he said. When Wales have taken a scalpel to selection in the past its edge has been blunt and they have not taken comfort in the performances, such as against Georgia last November or Japan a year before.

In between, Cory Hill added the hosts' third try before North forced his way over for his second in the 66th minute.

Italy did have the final say, as a turnover led to winger Bellini finishing off a slick move. With Anscombe having gone off, Leigh Halfpenny stepped in to convert on both occasions, stretching the lead 31 points.

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