Wales have lost 20-19 in the third Test against Australia in Sydney.
The home-side had already won the three-match series, with the final score now 3-0.
But Wales once again put in an impressive performance in Sydney and an historic victory looked to be within Wales' grasp as they lead by 2 points with just ten minutes to go.
Unfortunately penalties awarded to the Wallabies meant they regained their earlier lead and in a similar vein to last weeks second test saw them secure the victory.
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