Rugby World Cup Final - The All Blacks Make History
In what would be a momentous win for either of the teams in the final - New Zealand or Australia, the RWC 2015 final would prove to change history. Both teams had previously won a World Cup twice with a win changing the history books as the champions would be the first team to win a World Cup three times. Who would take this prestigious accolade? Find out below:
With the world watching, the two teams who proved they were the best in the world - Australia & New Zealand, were set to go head to head in the Rugby World Cup 2015 final. Each team perfomed well in their semi-final matches with New Zealand beating South Africa and Australia dominating Argentina.
All Blacks veterans McCaw and Daniel Carter, who put in a man-of-the-match performance, wi.
New Zealand became the first team to retain the Rugby World Cup in history after beating Australia in the final at the Twickenham stadium.
Ladies and gentlemen, your Rugby World Cup 2015 Champions - All Blacks
Definite mention needs to be made about All Black winger Nehe Milner-Skudder who stood out in the tournament and certainly had all eyes on him thanks to his ferocity, lightning quick pace and creativity on the field. The rookie won breakthrough star of the year and proved his worth at this year's tournament. Alongside, Sonny-Bill Williams, Milner-Skudder proved that the future of New Zealand rugby is in great hands.
Both teams went in with impenetrable defense and startling offensive game. It would definitely be hard to pick out a standout player for any of the teams as the were so well-balanced that each player excelled in the roles they played. Australian Vice-Captain Adam Ashley-Cooper had been most dangerous on the wing, with his opposite Nehe Millner-Skudder proving equally deadly for the All Blacks.