The All Blacks have seen off the Wallabies 34-17 in a tense Rugby World Cup final, but what we want to know, was it the greatest Rugby World Cup final in history?
Two tries either side of halftime gave the Kiwis a comfortable lead and it looked like a thumping was on the cards.
Down 21-3, it would be easy to count out the Wallabies, but the green and gold rallied with two quick tries to pile the nerves back on New Zealand.
However, a drop kick from Dan Carter and late try from Beauden Barrett handed the All Blacks a cushiony 17-point victory.
But does the 2015 World Cup top the one from four years ago when the All Blacks squeezed past a gritty France 8-7, or does Jonny Wilkinson's winning drop goal from 2003 stand above the rest?
Vote in our poll and let us know.