A replica of the New Zealand rugby team’s shirt created by London design group MEI was unveiled last week on the side of New Zealand House in central London. The 484m2 shirt was rigged up to publicise the match between New Zealand and England, in which the All Blacks beat the English convincingly. If the two teams were to meet again in the final – an unlikely scenario given that England would have to beat both South Africa and Australia – maybe England could pursuade Jonah Lomu to wear the replica shirt, making the game a more even affair.
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