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Fiji highlighted how dangerous it could be on the counterattack at the Rugby World Cup as it scored two scintillating long-range tries to beat Tonga 29-19 at Eden Park on Saturday.

The match, part of the Pasifika Challenge doubleheader that also included Samoa beating a New Zealand Heartland XV 36-19 in the first game, was the final warm-up match for the Fijians before they head to Japan.

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