Our pitchside reporter Martin Bayfield grabbed New Zealand's World Cup-winning captain Richie McCaw for a post-match chat…
Kieran Read described the feeling of winning consecutive World Cups as "unbelievable" after helping the All Blacks beat Australia at Twickenham.
New Zealand made sporting history at Twickenham as they became the first team to be crowned Rugby World Cup winners for a second successive time.
Tries in each half by wing Nehe Milner-Skudder and centre Ma'a Nonu, followed by a late Beauden Barrett breakaway score, plus 19 points from All Blacks fly-half Dan Carter - including an important late drop-goal - in his 112th and final Test before joining French club Racing 92, saw New Zealand home 34-17.
Australian hooker Stephen Moore was gracious in defeat, admitting that New Zealand were the better team, and worthy winners of the Rugby World Cup final.
Richie McCaw refused to call time on his international career after leading the All Blacks to World Cup glory against Australia at Twickenham.
Prince Harry praised the standard of rugby during the World Cup as some of the best we've seen, but insisted he will remain completely impartial during the main event.
David Pocock has arguably been the most influential player at Rugby World Cup 2015, but as we discovered this week, there's much more than rugby to one of the game's most interesting characters.