The Rugby World Cup's history is littered with sensational games, but few live in the memory quite as well as the rare occasion where the underdogs have beaten rugby powerhouses.
In 2007, Fiji and Wales faced off in a winner-takes-all Pool B clash in Nantes, with the winner through to the quarter finals and the loser dumped from the competition.
Unbeaten in their previous eight encounters with Fiji, what happened next will live long in the annals of rugby history...
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