Wales suffer shock 13-12 defeat to Georgia on home soil
Wales delivered a shockingly bad performance as Georgia made history with a famous and thoroughly deserved victory at the Principality Stadium.
Wayne Pivac's team went 12-3 up in the first half after two tries in three minutes from flanker Jac Morgan, but then failed to score again after the 24th minute.
The Georgians cut the deficit to two points on the hour mark as winger Alexander Todua went over with his opposite number Alex Cuthbert in the sin bin.
Then, three minutes from time, replacement Luka Matkava kept his nerve to land the winning kick off a penalty earned through a massive scrum shove.
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The final whistle signalled scenes of wild delight among the visiting players as they celebrated a first ever win over Wales, who could have few complaints after a woeful display.
Next up for Pivac's men is the final autumn international against Australia in Cardiff next Saturday.