- Re-live England's Rugby World Cup triumph in 2003
- Jonny Wilkinson's drop goal stuns World Rugby
Fifteen years ago fly-half Jonny Wilkinson produced the greatest moment in English rugby history when he dropped a last minute drop-goal to lift the Rugby World Cup against Australia in Sydney.
It was a game full of drama from the sixth minute when Lote Tuqiri climbed over the shoulders of England wing Jason Robinson to recover Stephen Larkham’s cross field kick and score the first points of the match.
Despite a fumble over the line from second row Ben Kay, Wilkinson’s three penalties brought England into the lead before Robinson finished off a wonderful move to slide over the try line in the left corner. Robinson’s famous punch of the ball celebration will be forever embedded in Rugby World Cup history and England went into the break 14-5 ahead.
In the second half Elton Flately kicked three unanswered penalties for the Wallabies and with the scores level, the match went into extra-time. Wilkinson and Flatley both kicked a penalty each, but in the 100th minute England created history.
Scrum-half Matt Dawson made a 10-metre break to set up Wilkinson for a drop goal which he slotted on his weaker right foot to secure England’s first ever Rugby World Cup triumph.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
England's top points scorer would go on to feature at another two World Cups - guiding England into the final of the 2007 edition - before announcing his retirement from international rugby in December 2011.
Frequent injury caused him to miss three years of international duty, denying him the chance to earn more than his 91 Test caps and 1179 points.
In 2009, after 12 years at Newcastle Falcons, Wilkinson headed to Toulon where his game was rejuvenated. With a star-studded team around him, he won the Top 14 title and back-to-back European Cups - retiring in 2014.
Wilkinson now regularly appears as a studio pundit for Sky Sports and ITV Sport, working on coverage of the Champions Cup, Six Nations and England Internationals. He is also still involved with Eddie Jones' England team, as a kicking consultant.
Following the 2003 World Cup Robinson captained England for a short period of time, but announced his retirement from international rugby following the 2005 Lions tour to New Zealand.
England coach Brian Ashton persuaded Robinson to return to the international stage head of the 2007 RBS 6 Nations and his added experience helped England to the Rugby World Cup final the same year.
In February 2009, Robinson took over as head coach at Sale Sharks for one season and in 2010, he joined National League Two North side Fylde where he once again linked up with Ashton, who had been appointed the club's coaching consultant earlier that year.
Robinson was instrumental in Fylde's promotion to National One scoring four tries in 13 appearances. In July 2011 Robinson announced his retirement from rugby and has made several appearances on television working as a pundit.
The 43 year-old went on to win 77 England caps before retiring from professional rugby in 2006. Since then he has become a prominent figure in the BBC’s coverage of the Six Nations, a team captain on A Question of Sport, won the final of Celebrity MasterChef and become the presenter of BBC Radio 5-Live’s weekly rugby show.
Dawson is an honorary president of the Wooden Spoon Charity and president of the baby health charity Sparks. He also famously posed naked in women’s magazine Cosmopolitan to support testicular and prostate cancer charity Everyman. The Everton football fan is married to German-born former model, Carolin Hauskeller, and the couple have two sons.