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Top Games


Here is SuperSport.com's list of the top five Rugby World Cup matches of all time. Click on the "read more" link for the full article.

5. England v Australia
Final 2003
The English will believe this is the best game of rugby ever played, and who could blame them for their only World Cup victory? While there was some controversy over the reffing by South Africa’s Andre Watson, this was an epic game which went down to the wire literally.

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4. Wales v Samoa
Pool match, 1991
Wales had ominously said in their press conference before the game that this was the most important game in their history. Given Samoa had never played in a World Cup before, and they had little more than 2000 players practicing the sport in the islands, the Welsh were expected to win easily.

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3. Australia v France
Semifinal 1991
France weren’t given much of a hope against the Australians in the 1987 semifinal, but few were to realise the humdinger that was about to take place as the French scored a massive upset against the more fancied Austalians.

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2. South Africa v New Zealand
Final 1995
For many South Africans this was probably the biggest game of their lives. The tournament set the scene for so many memories and ended in greatness for the Springboks.
Kitch Christie’s “hospital job” in moulding a Springbok team in to the World Champions in just over a year was nothing short of sensational and the Springboks rode a rollercoaster ride of emotion that engulfed the entire country from the fist pumping victory over the Australians in the opening game until the massive victory at Ellis Park.

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1. France v New Zealand
Semifinal 1999
Once again the All Blacks were favourites and looked set to head to a World Cup final. After dominating the entire pool stage of the tournament, and with a golden backline that looked set to tear apart any team, they certainly looked unstoppable..

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