Benji Marshall, one of the great New Zealand and Māori players of the modern era, holds the Rugby League World Cup aloft in 2008. The Kiwis convincingly beat Australia, the overwhelming favourites, 34–20 in the final. A British journalist described this result as the most significant upset in the history of international rugby league.
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