The Italians in Rome defended their citadel against a stuttering band of Celts as Wales, eventually, got their Six Nations off to a winning start.
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BBCTwo</a> Wales<br><br>⏰ 6pm <a href="https://t.co/EQ5HSfDXTf">pic.twitter.com/EQ5HSfDXTf</a></p>— BBC ScrumV (BBCScrumV) February 5, 2017
When prop Andrea Lovotti was sin binned the Welsh went over the line twice thanks to Jonathan Davies and Liam Williams with Italy a man down and unable to cope.
BBC Rugby Union (@bbcrugbyunion) February 5, 2017
And that marked the end of Italy’s stout defence.
Italy 7-33 Wales.
Try: Gori Con: Canna
Tries: J Davies, L Williams, North Cons: Halfpenny 3 Pens: Halfpenny 4.
The Welsh top the Six Nations after the opening exchanges.
Wales meet England next, France take on Scotland, Italy play Ireland.
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