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Last Updated: Saturday, 14 June, 2003, 08:35 GMT 09:35 UK
England beat All Blacks - in pictures
The Kiwis perform the haka
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The All Blacks start with the traditional haka, the atmosphere builds ahead of the clash of the world's two leading teams
Wilkinson converts a penalty
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Jonny Wilkinson leads the way for England again with an exemplary display of place kicking
Dallaglio is all over the field for England
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Lawrence Dallaglio is everywhere in defence and attack for England as a tryless first half ends level at 6-6
Dawson passes wide for England
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Kyran Bracken spins a pass clear as the England defence try to contain the quick All Blacks attack
Justin Marshall's run is halted
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Justin Marshall is shackled by Dallaglio but the speed of the Kiwi backs is causing problems for England
Martin Johnson orders his team to concentrate
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Captain Martin Johnson focuses his team as Lawrence Dallaglio's sin-binning leaves England with 13 men
England's Jason Robinson has to curb his attacking instincts
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Jason Robinson has to curb his attacking instincts as England desperately defend their slender lead
Joe Worsley celebrates at the final whistle
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Joe Worsley raises his arms aloft at the final whistle as England hold on for a historic 15-13 win
Neil Back and Steve Thompson celebrate
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It is smiles all round for England as an exhausted Neil Back and Steve Thompson enjoy the victory
Kiwi captain Rueben Thorne is left dejected
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All Blacks skipper Rueben Thorne cuts a lonely figure as he trudges off the field
Jonny Wilkinson and Ben Cohen celebrate
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Tired, battered but victorious kicking king Wilkinson celebrates with Ben Cohen
Dallaglio, Thompson and Worsley carry on the celebrations
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The party will last long into the night as England celebrate a win that bodes well for their upcoming World Cup campaign



VOTE RESULTS
After beating New Zealand, will England win the World Cup?
Yes
 60.52% 
No
 39.48% 
24967 Votes Cast
Results are indicative and may not reflect public opinion


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