Owen Finegan: RWC final will be decided by handful of key moments

World Cup winning Wallaby Owen Finegan thinks Australia and New Zealand will meet in the best World Cup final of all time on Sunday morning, as both sides look to claim the William Webb Ellis trophy for the third time. Finegan scored the final try in the Wallabies 35-12 victory over France in the 1999 World Cup decider, and told Rugby News he remembered the match like it was yesterday “I was pretty ecstatic. When I came onto the field it was 9-6 to Australia. We’d been exchanging penalty goals, but then we went one ahead and then scored so we were feeling a little comfortable. “Then for me to score a try at the end, that was the icing on the cake. That was the moment we realised it was in the bag so it was great. I still remember the songs as we walked around on the victory lap and the change rooms after were great. “It’s a 12-18 month campaign, so to get a result at the end of it is really special.” Despite the All Blacks dominance of the Bledisloe Cup in recent years
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