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And despite scoring ten second-half points Jones’ error allowed Fiji to leave with a share of the spoils and Wales with little confidence heading into a clash with the All Blacks next weekend.
It was Wales who were on the scoreboard first through a Dan Biggar penalty in front of the posts only for Bai to level things up with one of his own.
Wales and in particular man-of-the-match Dan Lydiate were impressive in the scrum but little else and could only manage another Biggar penalty in a scrappy first-half.
Fiji however added another penalty before Albert Vulivuli crossed for a healthy interval lead.
In the second-half Gatland called upon Mike Phillips, Stephen Jones, Bradley Davies and Tom Shanklin from the bench to ignite his side and it worked.
Lee Byrne was held up just centimetres short and from the five-metre scrum the forwards again took control.
The visitors could not cope with the power of the Welsh scrum and referee Jerome Garces had no alternative but to award a penalty try as Fiji conceded four penalties in quick succession.
Jones converted from in front of the posts and then added a penalty four minutes later as Wales regained the lead.
But it was Fiji who had the last laugh thanks to Bai’s last-gasp penalty meaning Wales have failed to win in their last six Tests against south-sea island opposition.