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This fantastic selection of high quality rugby matches from the three greatest teams in the southern hemisphere; the All Blacks, the Wallabies and the Springboks. There are also matches of the British and Irish Lions who take on the above teams once every four years in epic and thrilling campaigns.

    • 10,99 €

Description

This fantastic selection of high quality rugby matches from the three greatest teams in the southern hemisphere; the All Blacks, the Wallabies and the Springboks. There are also matches of the British and Irish Lions who take on the above teams once every four years in epic and thrilling campaigns.

    • Épisode 1

    Springboks Win Battle of the Boot

    It was viewed that the Springboks wouldn't be able to win the second test after All Blacks won the opening test in Wellington. The game consisted of 11 penalties, 2 drops and 2 conversations shared between Dan Carter, Percy Montgomery, Frans Steyn and Butch James, before Ricky Januarie broke the All Blacks' hearts with a try in the dying minutes.

    • 26 minutes

    It was viewed that the Springboks wouldn't be able to win the second test after All Blacks won the opening test in Wellington. The game consisted of 11 penalties, 2 drops and 2 conversations shared between Dan Carter, Percy Montgomery, Frans Steyn and Butch James, before Ricky Januarie broke the All Blacks' hearts with a try in the dying minutes.

    • 26 minutes
    • Épisode 2

    Wallabies Come Oh So Close

    The Wallabies were looking to break a 2 year streak against the All Blacks. Both teams displayed a compelling defense with no further tries scored, but Stirling Mortlock struck over his third penalty just after Dan Carter's drop goal to make it 13-9 with 20 minutes to play. It made for a titanic finish, with the All Blacks just managing to hold on.

    • 25 minutes

    The Wallabies were looking to break a 2 year streak against the All Blacks. Both teams displayed a compelling defense with no further tries scored, but Stirling Mortlock struck over his third penalty just after Dan Carter's drop goal to make it 13-9 with 20 minutes to play. It made for a titanic finish, with the All Blacks just managing to hold on.

    • 25 minutes
    • Épisode 3

    The Greatest Game of All Time?

    A blistering start by the All Blacks had them race out to a 24-0 lead with less than ten minutes on the clock before halftime, the wallabies fought back to tie the score before the whistle the Wallabies. The hosts came close to winning the game in front of a world record crowd of 109,935, before the incomparable Jonah Lomu scored the match winning try.

    • Sous-titres codés
    • 26 minutes

    A blistering start by the All Blacks had them race out to a 24-0 lead with less than ten minutes on the clock before halftime, the wallabies fought back to tie the score before the whistle the Wallabies. The hosts came close to winning the game in front of a world record crowd of 109,935, before the incomparable Jonah Lomu scored the match winning try.

    • Sous-titres codés
    • 26 minutes
    • Épisode 4

    The Wallabies Bounce Back to Defeat the World Champs

    The South Africans had a sense of desperation after entering this championship off the back of a series defeat to the Lions a few weeks earlier. The stage was set perfectly for this tense, seven try thriller, but it would be the Wallabies who would come out on top compounding the Springbok’s woes.

    • Sous-titres codés
    • 26 minutes

    The South Africans had a sense of desperation after entering this championship off the back of a series defeat to the Lions a few weeks earlier. The stage was set perfectly for this tense, seven try thriller, but it would be the Wallabies who would come out on top compounding the Springbok’s woes.

    • Sous-titres codés
    • 26 minutes
    • Épisode 5

    Springboks Courageous Fightback

    The All Blacks suffered a horror season in 1998 losing every match in the Tri-Nations tournament, but it looked like they would win at least one game when they lead 23-5 with barely a quarter of an hour to play...but there was an incredible come back from the Springboks.

    • 26 minutes

    The All Blacks suffered a horror season in 1998 losing every match in the Tri-Nations tournament, but it looked like they would win at least one game when they lead 23-5 with barely a quarter of an hour to play...but there was an incredible come back from the Springboks.

    • 26 minutes
    • Épisode 6

    All Blacks Wet Weather Master Class

    The Wallabies decided to make a statement against the All Blacks in the very first match of the Tri-Nations in 1996, by turning their back on the haka in blustery conditions in Wellington. Michael Jones scored the first try, followed by Christian Cullen, Justin Marshall, Zinzan Brooke, Jeff Wilson and Jonah Lomu.

    • Sous-titres codés
    • 26 minutes

    The Wallabies decided to make a statement against the All Blacks in the very first match of the Tri-Nations in 1996, by turning their back on the haka in blustery conditions in Wellington. Michael Jones scored the first try, followed by Christian Cullen, Justin Marshall, Zinzan Brooke, Jeff Wilson and Jonah Lomu.

    • Sous-titres codés
    • 26 minutes
    • Épisode 7

    South Africa Seal a Series Win

    A classic in every sense of the word, this game contained high drama and plenty of controversy as the series was decided with a kick from Morne Steyn. An outstanding display of physical skill and the unique atmosphere associated with a Lions Tour.

    • 26 minutes

    A classic in every sense of the word, this game contained high drama and plenty of controversy as the series was decided with a kick from Morne Steyn. An outstanding display of physical skill and the unique atmosphere associated with a Lions Tour.

    • 26 minutes
    • Épisode 8

    A Fitting Finale to an Outstanding Tour

    The Wallabies managed to open up a 6 point lead going into the last 5 minutes of the series. The Lions pounded pressure on the Australia line, but the key turning point came with a line out steal from Justin Harrison on his own goal line. Australia held their nerve to wrap up a 2-1 series victory and sent the lions home empty handed.

    • Sous-titres codés
    • 26 minutes

    The Wallabies managed to open up a 6 point lead going into the last 5 minutes of the series. The Lions pounded pressure on the Australia line, but the key turning point came with a line out steal from Justin Harrison on his own goal line. Australia held their nerve to wrap up a 2-1 series victory and sent the lions home empty handed.

    • Sous-titres codés
    • 26 minutes
    • Épisode 9

    The Wallabies Respond Emphaticallly to Keep the Series Alive

    The Wallabies turned the tables in the second test to take the 2001 series to a dramatic finale in Sydney. The Wallabies performance was emphatic, outclassing the Lions in the second half by displaying their characteristic attacking flair and running rugby.

    • 26 minutes

    The Wallabies turned the tables in the second test to take the 2001 series to a dramatic finale in Sydney. The Wallabies performance was emphatic, outclassing the Lions in the second half by displaying their characteristic attacking flair and running rugby.

    • 26 minutes
    • Épisode 10

    A Sea of Red At the Gabba

    The match is famous for the 'sea of red' created by the vast number if travelling fans that descended on the Gabba creating the illusion that the Lions were on home turf. The Lions stunned the Wallabies, producing a spectacular display of Rugby as Brian O'Driscoll and Jason Robinson announced themselves on the world stage for the first time.

    • Sous-titres codés
    • 26 minutes

    The match is famous for the 'sea of red' created by the vast number if travelling fans that descended on the Gabba creating the illusion that the Lions were on home turf. The Lions stunned the Wallabies, producing a spectacular display of Rugby as Brian O'Driscoll and Jason Robinson announced themselves on the world stage for the first time.

    • Sous-titres codés
    • 26 minutes
    • Épisode 11

    2nd Test, Kings Park, Durban

    In the nail biting encounter played out in the humidity of Durban, it was the Lions who came out on top courtesy of a Jeremy Guscott's drop goal and thus recoding a famous series win over the World Champions South Africa in 1997.

    • 26 minutes

    In the nail biting encounter played out in the humidity of Durban, it was the Lions who came out on top courtesy of a Jeremy Guscott's drop goal and thus recoding a famous series win over the World Champions South Africa in 1997.

    • 26 minutes
    • Épisode 12

    World Champions Defeated in the Cape

    The 1st test of the 1997 series kicked off in Cape Town following controversy surrounding a clash between James Small and John Bentley in the lead up to the fixture. But the rugby did not disappoint; the Lions were victorious courtesy of tries from Allan Tait, and Matt Dawson who threw an audacious dummy which fooled six South African players.

    • Sous-titres codés
    • 26 minutes

    The 1st test of the 1997 series kicked off in Cape Town following controversy surrounding a clash between James Small and John Bentley in the lead up to the fixture. But the rugby did not disappoint; the Lions were victorious courtesy of tries from Allan Tait, and Matt Dawson who threw an audacious dummy which fooled six South African players.

    • Sous-titres codés
    • 26 minutes
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