Many punters would have had the All Blacks as favourites to reach the Rugby World Cup final, and even going all the way to lift the trophy. But a spirited English side had different plans, and having lead the the entire match, the boys in white sent the New Zealanders packing by winning 19 points to 7.

Manu Tuilagi, opened the scoring when he crashed over for a try in only the 2nd minute of the match.

Centre and captain, Owen Farrell succeeded with the conversion, while flyhalf, George Ford, kicked a penalty just before the half-time break.

All Black flanker, Ardie Savea scored the Kiwi’s sole try.

South Africa will face Wales in the second semi-final tomorrow.