"Never has there been such a tight World Cup final. This is just drama to the nth degree," - Ian Robertson, 5live rugby correspondent.
With just a minute and 40 seconds of extra time remaining in the 2003 Rugby World Cup final, Australia's Elton Flatley has kicked a penalty to level the scores at 17-17.
England, who have led for much of the game, could be forgiven for feeling frustrated. Instead, they gather themselves for a big last effort.
Jonny Wilkinson kicks long from the restart and Lewis Moody pressures Mat Rogers into screwing his punt into touch.
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