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Stop the press… your all-time World Cup XV has been revealed.
More than 160,000 individuals voted on who should make the cut , by taking almost 90% of their vote for the spots with New Zealand wing Jonah Lomu proving the candidate.
Lomu is one of seven All Blacks at a side that contains three South Africans, two Englishmen and one participant each from Australia, France and Ireland.
There is no location for the tournamenthigh points scorer Jonny Wilkinson or fellow England World Cup winner Jason Robinson, together with New Zealands Dan Carter carrying the number 10 jersey along with Frances Serge Blanco preferred at full-back.
Lomu, Blanco and Ireland centre Brian ODriscoll are the players to not have won a World Cup, while Australias John Eales joins four New Zealanders in winning it twice.
There was a scrap for who would start in tight-head prop, together with New Zealands Owen Franks trimming Welshman Adam Jones to join Englands Jason Leonard at front and compatriot Sean Fitzpatrick.
There is no shortage of leaders in a forward pack that boasts four World Cup-winning captains at Eales, Richie McCaw, Englands Martin Johnson and South Africas Francois Pienaar, who raised the trophy with New Zealand.
And it is a side blessed with try-scoring prowess around the flanks, together using Lomu and also South Africas Bryan Habana the championships all-time best try scorers on 15 apiece.
Thus, without further ado, here is the all time World Cup XV…
Martin Johnson: Despite looking for New Zealand facet, the lock went on to become the first, and so far just, England captain to lift the Webb Ellis Cup in 2003. Well backed with more than 100,000 votes.
Richie McCaw: Among the most well-known collections and the only person to have captained two World Cup-winning teams, McCaw is your all-time most-capped participant in international Evaluation rugby, with played 148 times for New Zealand and created tackles, 225, than every other participant in the competition.
Dan Carter: as New Zealand beat Australia in the 2015 closing The most influential fly-half scored 19 points at a functionality. Only imagine seeing him out South Africas Joost van der Westhuizen in the half backs…
Brian ODriscoll: Second only to McCaw in the number of appearances ODriscoll went on 83 times and made his debut for Ireland aged 20. The choice, behind McCaw and Lomu.
Jonah Lomu: The in World Cup history, alongside South Africas Bryan Habana. Four of the 15 tries of Lomu came at the 1995 semi-final from England, though the wing never won the championship.
By clicking here, Its still possible to choose your all time World Cup XV but votes will rely on the final team selection.
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