South Africa 20 Wales 22: Ryan Elias’ bizarre late try wins a topsy-turvy game for Warren Gatland’s experimental side in Washington DC

RYAN ELIAS bagged a final-gasp profitable try to seize Wales a smash and seize win towards South Africa in Washington DC.

Warren Gatland's side had gone two tries to the great in the American capital, earlier than a blunder and a yellow card allowed the Springboks again into the game.

 Wales celebrate Hallam Amos' first try a the RFK Stadium in Washington DC

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Wales have fun Hallam Amos' first try a the RFK Stadium in Washington DC
 Gareth Anscombe was hit and miss with Wales' kicking in the American capital

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Gareth Anscombe was hit or miss with Wales' kicking in the American capital

However late on, the Welsh charged down a collection of kicks deep in South Africa's 22 and ultimately the ball ricocheted off a Springbok defender straight into Elias' arms for the try.

The opening half hour was one of the crucial forgettable in current years for Wales, as open play was always punctured by errors and a number of other scrums.

However Wales have been alive to a sluggish Springbok ruck and Ellis Jenkins pinched the unfastened ball.

A number of passes later the ball arrived with Amos, who dummied inside off the suitable to attain the primary try.

 Tomos Williams goes over for Wales' second try on his international debut

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Tomos Williams goes over for Wales' second try on his worldwide debut
 South Africa's Dan Du Preez stretches from a line-out

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South Africa's Dan Du Preez stretches from a line-out
 Anscombe runs with the ball during the build-up to Wales' first try

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Anscombe runs with the ball through the construct-as much as Wales' first try

It was a welcome reprieve for the lads in pink, simply moments after that they had misplaced winger Steff Evans to damage and his alternative Hadleigh Parkes did properly in the construct-up.

4 minutes later, it was the flip of Ellis Jenkins, Seb Davies and George North to create space for debutant Tomos Williams to work a try in tight area.

However Wales shot themselves in the foot when Amos tried to unfold the ball out, however it was intercepted by Travis Ismaiel, who had far an excessive amount of tempo to make any errors, scoring behind the posts.

They have been fortunate to not concede a penalty try when Owen Watkin pushed an up and beneath lifeless, however he was proven a yellow card simply earlier than the hour mark.

 Wales beat South Africa for the first time away from Cardiff at the RFK Stadium in Washington DC

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Wales beat South Africa for the primary time away from Cardiff on the RFK Stadium in Washington DC
 The opening half hour was a terribly scrappy affair and little rugby was played

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The opening half hour was a terribly scrappy affair and little rugby was performed

Seconds later, South Africa had the ball from a scrum and managed to get the ball out to winger Makazole Mapimpi to attain in the nook, which was transformed to tie the scores.

The subsequent 9 minutes of the sin bin have been efficiently negotiated by Wales although as Ismaiel stretched for the nook, however he was denied by some cussed Welsh defence.

Wales have been lacking a number of stars, together with Alun Wyn Jones, Leigh Halfpenny, Gareth Davies, Sam Warburton and Toby Faletau.

The gamers had visited the White Home the day earlier than in a PR offensive on the East Coast, earlier than heading to Argentina for a two-game check collection.

RYAN ELIAS bagged a final-gasp profitable try to seize Wales a smash and seize win towards South Africa in Washington DC.