First half In front of a capacity crowd of 72,500 at the recently completed Millennium Stadium, Australia met France in the fourth Rugby World Cup Final. For both teams it was their second Final. Australia were resilient in defence throughout the tournament while France promised an attacking back line full of talent.
- 6 November 1999
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The Wallabies won the world championship of rugby, the William Webb Ellis Cup, by the overwhelming margin of 35-12 by ensuring that France could not rise to the greatness of the occasion, as they did the previous week at Twickenham.
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Oct 30, 1999 · 1999: Australia 27-21 S Africa. This semi-final may have been without tries but it was by no means without incident. Australia had gone into the game gunning for revenge after losing 27-18 to the Springboks four years previously. And in a thrilling encounter at Twickenham for a place in the final, they looked to have done enough as the boot of ...
2 days ago · The 1999 Rugby World Cup final was a one-sided game. The final was contested by Australia and France at Millennium Stadium on 6 November 1999. Here, the Wallabies conquered Les Bleus 35-12. Australia played with a fervour that France just couldn’t match – even with their dirty tactics.