Wales, the Six Nations champions, were made to work hard by a brave Fijian side as they beat them 29-17 at the Oita Stadium.
The game, which saw seven tries scored, was absolutely action packed and it saw big tackles, stunning tries and a few yellow cards.
Here are some major talking points from the game today:
Josh Adams Comes Good After A Rocky Start.
The Welsh winger got off to a rocky start today as he slipped two tackles at the start of the game which saw Fiji score. Adams grew into the game and quickly forgot the open mistakes as he scored the first Welsh try. The No. 11 got himself a hat trick today, the best of his three was definitely the finish from a Jonathan Davies break.
Did Semi Radradra Just Put In The Performance Of The Tournament?
The 27-year-old superstar might not have scored today, but he was absolutely everywhere in the backline. Radradra made 140 metres with the ball in hand, beat seven defenders, produced a clean break and had one offload which turned into a try assist.
The winger, who also slotted in at centre in the game, had 19 carries in the match and also produced two terrific turnovers.
Liam Williams Wales Shining Star?
The fullback probably won't make all the headlines tomorrow, but he definitely put in the shift. On attack, The 28-year-old made 146 metres in the match, beat four defenders and had 14 carries, which was just five less than Radradra.
Williams also scored a fantastic try, which was set up by Gareth Davies from open play.
Dan Bigger Collision
The No. 10 had a heavy collision with his teammate Liam Williams in the air and luckily for him he was okay to leave the field on his own terms.