The flying Fijians have taken a shock first-half lead against the Wallabies thanks to their brutalising defence during the Rugby World Cup match in Japan.
The Fijians got off to a brilliant start forcing the Wallabies on to the back foot and Ben Volavola knocking over a penalty.
Then Josua Tuisova swatted away Reece Hodge before offloading to outside centre Waisea Nayacalevu who then passed onto flanker Peceli Yato for a try.
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The @wallabies trail the flying Fijians by two at the break, despite this try from the skipper and a corner finish from Reece Hodge.
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The Wallabies hit back through captain Michael Hooper.
But the Fijians took a slight 14-12 lead into half time.
The first half was littered with bone-crunching tackles and hit-ups from the Fijians with Wallabies outside centre James O’Connor feeling the brunt.
Fiji hadn’t led Australia during a Test match since 1961.