FORMER national rugby captain Pio Bosco Tikoisuva has reminded the Flying Fijians of the importance of discipline during games.
This comes after Fiji lost their second match on the Europe Tour to Gloucester 29-31.
Penijamini Matuku and Nemani Nagusa were yellow carded in the second half and their offences resulted in two penalty tries awarded to Gloucester.
Tikoisuva said our players and teams of Tier 2 and Tier 3 nations were driven to commit infringements so that their opponents could take advantage of it.
He said it was up to the players to maintain discipline and not get 'tempted easily'.
"Our Tier 1 nations are very smart when it comes of infringements during games," the former Fiji Rugby Union chief executive officer said.
"Our opponents tempt our players to commit the infringements so that they (Tier 1) can benefit from the penalties," he said.
"It is up to our players to control themselves and not be allowed to get tempted easily when it comes to these kinds of situations."
Tikoisuva added that different referees have different interpretations of the laws and regulations of the games.
He said the coaching staff and players could talk to the match referee before games and ask them to explain offences to them.
"We tend to forget that these referees have different interpretations of the laws and offences.
"To address this, if we are not clear on the offences, we can simply have a chat with the match referee before the game and clarify their interpretation of the offences so that we can play the right way," he said.