WAYNE Pivac has admitted his side needs show “a lot more discipline” as Wales look to bounce back against South Africa this Saturday.

Wales face the Springboks in Bloemfontein after losing in dramatic fashion to world champions South Africa with Damian Willemse’s penalty winning the game with the final kick.

However the tourists were awarded four yellow cards - at one stage going down to 12 men - and conceded 15 penalties.

“It is really a matter of focusing on what we can bring to the game, and hopefully that is going to be a lot more discipline than last week, because we let ourselves down clearly in that area of the game,” Pivac said.

“To hold South Africa as close as we did for as long as we did, with the penalty count as it was, is a testament to some of the good work we did do.”

Pivac, who confirmed that Wales have sought and received feedback from World Rugby, underlined his disappointment with Rees-Zammit’s sin-binning, which came seven minutes from time.

The Gloucester wing was penalised after a try-saving tackle on Springboks replacement Willie Le Roux, having been adjudged to have intentionally slowed play down.

“I think that was the most unlucky play in the match,” Pivac said. “Clearly, from our point of view we thought it was an excellent play.

“That was a big moment in the game for us and very disappointing.

“We know there were areas in the game which we need to improve on in terms of our discipline, but we felt also that there were some things which didn’t go our way.”