**A last-gasp try from Dewi Lake gave 14-man Ospreys a priceless 24-22 victory over Benetton to put an end to their three match losing streak.**\n\nA hat-trick from Hame Faiva looked to have given Benetton a first Guinness PRO14 victory of the season, but the Welsh side rallied late on to grab a priceless victory in Swansea.\n\nIfan Phillips got the first try of the game within the opening three minutes at St Helen’s, as he latched onto the back of a maul to touch down, before Faiva took centre stage. \n\nThe hooker crossed the try line to level the scores in the first period, before two tries in the second stanza helped saw the Italians ran their first win of the new campaign at the fifth time of asking. \n\nGareth Evans was shown the red card midway through the second-half as the game looked out of reach for the home side, only for Shaun Venter and Lake to cross late on to secure the dramatic late victory.\n\n# Key Moments\n\nThe hosts wasted no time in getting the scoring underway in Swansea, with George North breaking within the opening two minutes, only for full back Jayden Hayward to interfere with the ball, with the 33-year-old shown the yellow card.\n\nAnd Ospreys made their man advantage count almost immediately, as they capitalised on Benetton’s vulnerability at the maul, with Phillips the man to put the ball down over the try line. \n\nBut the visitors responded to the early setback admirably, with Faiva touching down to bring the scores level after a spell of pressure on the home side’s try line.\n\nAnd that was the way it stayed until seconds before the half time whistle, as Myler slotted a kick through the posts to give Ospreys a 10-7 advantage heading into the break,\n\nThe Italians seemed to come out of the dressing rooms for the second-half inspired, and forced an early yellow card for Will Griffiths for collapsing a maul. \n\nAnd just seconds after the sin-binning the visitors took the lead for the first time, as another powerful maul surged over the try line, as Faiva grabbed his second of the game.\n\nIan Keatley missed the following conversion, but grabbed a three-pointer minutes later to extend the lead to five, as the confidence started to ooze through the Benetton side. \n\nThe temporary man advantage soon became permanent, as Evans was shown the red card for a reckless entry to the breakdown, causing a head collision with Cherif Traore. \n\nAnd from that point the visitors looked to take advantage, with Faiva scoring his third midway through the second half, as he burrowed over from close range. \n\nBut the home side continued to pressure despite being a man light, with Venter crossing to close the gap, before Lake grabbed the winner in the dying stages after another maul steamrolled the visiting defence, with Myler adding the extras to seal the deal.