How best to remember the 1999 semi-final between New Zealand and France at the home of English rugby, Twickenham? As the greatest game ever played or the first major All Black choke? Possibly both. Thanks to a couple of Jonah Lomu tries either side of half-time, New Zealand must have been thinking about finally meeting Australia in a final. But they contrived to turn a 24-10 lead into an eventual 43-24 defeat, with Les Bleus scoring 33 unanswered points in 20 minutes. Sadly for the French, as in 1987, they had little left to give in the final and Australia became the first country to win two World Cups, triumphing 35-12.