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Jonny Wilkinson strikes the World Cup-winning drop goal

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Jonny Wilkinson strikes the World Cup-winning drop goal

Rugby Union - The 2003 World Cup Final - England 20 Australia 17 (a.e.t.)
Jonny Wilkinson (England) strikes the injury-time, World Cup winning drop-goal.
Telstra Stadium (now Stadium Australia), Sydney, Australia

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In this iconic print captured by Colorsport Images, we witness the defining moment of Rugby Union history. Jonny Wilkinson, a name forever etched in sporting folklore, strikes the World Cup-winning drop goal during the intense 2003 World Cup Final between England and Australia. The tension is palpable as both teams battle it out at Telstra Stadium (now known as Stadium Australia) in Sydney, Australia. As the clock ticks down to injury time, all eyes are on Wilkinson. With nerves of steel and unwavering determination, he unleashes a perfectly executed kick that propels the ball through the uprights. The deafening roar of jubilation echoes throughout the stadium as England secures an exhilarating victory over their fierce rivals with a final scoreline of 20-17 after extra time. This snapshot freezes a historic moment that encapsulates sheer dedication and unyielding passion for rugby. It symbolizes not only Wilkinson's remarkable skill but also England's triumph against all odds on foreign soil. Beyond its significance within sports itself, this image represents resilience and teamwork—values that resonate far beyond any field or stadium. Colorsport photographer Matthew Impey masterfully captures every detail—the intensity etched onto players' faces, spectators holding their breaths—and immortalizes it in this breathtaking print. A testament to human perseverance and athletic prowess, this photograph serves as a timeless reminder of what can be achieved when dreams are pursued relentlessly until the very last gasp

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