'Unlikely heroes' of 2011 World Cup share finals wisdom

'Unlikely heroes' of 2011 World Cup share finals wisdom

With two great teams in this week's Rugby World Cup final, the pressure on the players will be beyond intense.

The All Blacks have to win the mind game in the next few days if they want to lift the cup and become heroes like the team of 2011.

Story reporter Dan Parker has been in Europe talking to two of those heroic players – Piri Weepu and Stephen Donald.

Donald's late call up for the 2011 World Cup final is firmly etched in New Zealand rugby folklore. He'll be forever known to many as the fourth-choice first five who kicked the winning penalty.

Weepu cemented his status as a hero the week before, in the semi-final with Australia, and became an internet sensation.

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