Ten years ago today, England's rugby union players triumphed over Australia in extra time to claim the Webb Ellis trophy.
To commemorate the event, the RFU replayed the game's key moments in a real-time live tweet stream:
England win a scrum on the AUS line. A big drive from the pack draws a penalty, which Wilkinson kicks. AUS 5 ENG 9 http://t.co/NhDY1EfRh1
TRY: Dallaglio breaks the line passes to Wilkinson who gets the ball to Robinson to score. Conv missed. AUS 5 ENG 14 http://t.co/CFsGEeqWK1
Australia's Elton Flatley start the 2nd half in Sydney. Current score: Australia 5 England 14. #RWC2003
England miss a long line-out throw. AUS get the ball and England give away a penalty, which Flatley scores. AUS 8 ENG 14. #RWC2003
England hands in the ruck gives Australia another shot at goal. Flatley's kick is good. AUS 11 ENG 14 #RWC2003
Australia win a penalty from England's scrum. With no time left in the 80 minutes, AUS score to take the game to extra time. AUS 14 ENG 14.
HT of extra time. Mike Catt was England's best player for the period, having come on towards the end of 80 minutes. #RWC2003
Australia pull it level again. England gift Australia a kickable penalty that Flatley scores. AUS 17 ENG 17, moments left… #RWC2003
.@matt9dawson makes a break from the base of a ruck. Johnson takes the ball up to give Dawson time to get up from the previous breakdown...
You can relive the England's World Cup victory this evening on ITV in a special programme, World Cup Winners: Ten Years On - but also on Twitter.
Highlights of the match will be shown on TV and some of the key players from the game will be tweeting their commentary of events as the match unfolds.
The tweeting rugby stars are:
- Matt Dawson - @Matt9Dawson
- Lawrence Dallaglio - @Dallaglio8
- Will Greenwood - @WillGreenwood
- Phil Vickery - @PhilVickery
- Ben Kay - @BenKay5
- Richard Hill - @RHillRugby
Use the hashtag #RWC10YearsOn to join in the discussion on Twitter
– Matt Dawson
I’m really excited to be taking part in #RWC10YearsOn, re-living the game through TV highlights and through Tweets.
It’ll be interesting to hear what the other lads and the fans have to say about the game.
World Cup Winners: Ten Years On is on ITV at 10.35pm