Dan Biggar try: Did you miss the AMAZING trick before Wales try vs Tonga?
Wales were already 7-0 up thanks to a penalty try when Biggar crossed the line on seven minutes.
The Wales fly-half has been in fine form for club and country this season and looked at ease on the Cardiff turf today.
Indeed, he showcased his magic touch before 10 minutes were even up to set up his own try.
Biggar collected the ball eight yards from the try line and played a wonderful side-look offload for Wales forward Aaron Wainwright.
Wainwright took the subsequent tackle and then passed back to Biggar, who overlapped his team-mate before crossing over the line.
The most was straight out of a training manual and Wales continued to pile on the pressure early in the game.
They were 21-3 up by 13 minutes in the Principality Stadium.
Wales play South Africa in their first autumn international next Saturday, before preparations then turn to the Six Nations.
Former Wales international Richie Rees said of Wainwright on BBC Radio Wales. “It is another bright bit of play from Adam Wainwright.
“But it all comes from that turnover.
“What a start for Wales, they are so full of confidence.”