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2003 World League final in the Palacio Vistalegre in Madrid

Goran Vujevic spikes past André Heller(No 4)

The converted bullring: the Palacio Vistalegre in Madrid

Rodrigo Santana is up for the spike....

...and Rodrigo Santana spikes it into the defense of Andrija Geric

Serbia and Montenegro celebrate a point

Vladimir Grbic spikes into the defense of André Nascimento(9), André Heller(4) and Brazilian captain Nalbert Bitencourt

Brazil's time to celebrate

Rodrigo Santana on the spike again against Andrija Geric

Ivan Miljkovic aims to guide the ball over André Nascimento

Nalbert spikes into Goran Vujevic, Andrija Geric and Serbia and Montenegro captain Nikola Grbic

Interval entertainment

Nikola Grbic celebrates his team's third set win

The atmoshpere at the 2003 World League final was electric

Nalbert on attack

Ricardo Garcia sets for Henrique Randow

Garcia setting for Rodrigo Santana

Into the tiebreaker and Serbia and Montenegro coach Veselin Vokovic gives out the tips

Giba receives

Slobodan Boskan is full of concentration

Nalbert at full stretch as the tie breaker continues

Libero for Serbia and Montenegro Vasa Mijic reaches to make the receive

Final whistle blows with Brazil winning the tie breaker 31-29

Rodrigo Santana, Giba and Brazilian coach Bernardo Rezende celebrate the title and topping the FIVB world rankings

Nalbert and Ricardo thank the fans

So close: A hugely disappointed Slobodan Boskan