Italy scored a try at the death to beat Wales in Cardiff for the first time and claim a first Six Nations victory since 2015 on Saturday.
It was a well-deserved win for the Italians, who had taken a 12-7 lead into the break and never seemed to panic, despite letting that lead slip in the second half.
The win was Italy’s first since they beat Scotland in 2015 in Murrayfield and their first victory over Wales since 2007 in Rome.
Wales – who were celebrating Dan Biggar’s 100th cap and Alun Wyn Jones’ 150th appearance – dominated possession and territory in the second half, but struggled to break down an intensely physical Italy defence.
An excellently taken try from Josh Adams, where he stepped past three defenders on his way to the tryline, gave Wales a 21-15 lead in the 68th minute and it appeared that the hosts would kick on to win from there.
However, a moment of magic from diminutive Italy fullback Ange Capuozzo sparked the win as the 22-year-old ran from inside his own half, produced a wonderful sidestep before passing on his inside to put Eduardo Padovani over for the winning try, successfully converted by Paolo Garbisi.