Sunday night Clubbing London

Bleary eyed after one really scrummy night!

The All Blacks put the finishing touches on their World Cup victory celebrations after partying hard until the early hours of Monday morning. Pictured is fly half Dan CarterA little worse for wear: The All Blacks put the finishing touches on their World Cup victory after partying hard until the early hours of Monday. Pictured left is fly-half Dan Carter and, right, Victor Vito and Colin Slade (right)

Members of the New Zealand team were seen leaving the Platinum Lace strip club via the back door, while English rugby player James Haskell and his girlfriend Chloe Madeley were also spotted outside (pictured)

The New Zealand team decided to continue their celebrations after going to the glitzy World Rugby Awards bash on Sunday evening at Battersea Evolution in London.

Victor Vito and Colin Slade (right)And there was plenty more success to toast after fly-half Dan Carter picked up the Player Of The Year award for a record third time.

Among the players spotted out and about were World Cup final try scorer Beauden Barrett, captain Richie McCaw, winger Waisake Naholo, flanker Jerome Kaino, scrum-half Aaron Smith, Victor Vito, hooker Codie Taylor, prop Owen Franks, and Carter himself.

They were later pictured leaving the club via the back door looking a little worse for wear.

Platinum Lace bills itself as a 'next generation Gentlemen’s Club', and claims it is the venue of choice for music stars such as Pixie Lott, Professor Green and Snoop Dogg, as well as Jodie Marsh, boxer David Hayers and a host of Premier League footballers.

Members of the New Zealand team were seen leaving the Platinum Lace strip club via the back door, while English rugby player James Haskell and his girlfriend Chloe Madeley were also spotted outside (pictured)A spokesman for the club declined to comment when approached by MailOnline.

Having begun the night suited and booted, some of the players later chose to cast aside their ties and jackets. Pictured left is prop Charlie Faumuina, and, right, TJ Perenara and World Cup final try scorer Beauden Barrett

The New Zealand team decided to continue their celebrations after going to the glitzy World Rugby Awards bash on Sunday evening at Battersea Evolution in London. They ended up at Platinum Lace strip club (pictured)

Winger Waisake Naholo (pictured left) and captain Richie McCaw (right) were among the All Blacks spotted out

Platinum Lace bills itself as a 'next generation Gentlemen’s Club', and claims it is the venue of choice for music stars such as Pixie Lott, Professor Green and Snoop Dogg, as well as many Premier League footballers

The All Blacks made history on Saturday with a stunning 34-17 win over Australia in the Rugby World Cup 2015 final at Twickenham.

Having begun the night suited and booted, a number of the players later chose to cast aside their ties and jackets as the festivities continued up until 6amIt was the first time a team has retained the Webb Ellis Cup.

After kicking 19 points including a sublime drop-goal in a man-of-the-match performance, Carter was then recognised with the game's most prestigious individual award for a third time, a mark also held by All Blacks captain Richie McCaw.

The 33-year-old beat New Zealand team-mate Julian Savea, Australia flanker Michael Hooper and number eight David Pocock, Wales second-row Alun Wyn Jones and Scotland scrum-half Greig Laidlaw to the accolade.

New Zealand were inevitably named team of the year after triumphing in the World Cup for an unprecedented third time.

The winners were selected by an independent panel of judges, chaired by 1999 World Cup-winning captain John Eales and made up of former internationals, media and the current tournament's participating teams.

Second row Brodie Retallick, a former World Rugby player of the year, was also spotted going into the club

He was joined by Tawera Kerr-Barlow (pictured left) and scrum-half Aaron Smith (right) going into the strip club

Scrum-half Aaron Smith (far right) was among a group who were later spotted smoking outside the strip club

World Cup final try scorer Beauden Barrett is seen right The New Zealand team decided to continue their celebrations after going to the glitzy World Rugby Awards bash on Sunday evening at Battersea Evolution in London. They ended up at Platinum Lace strip club (pictured) Platinum Lace bills itself as a 'next generation Gentlemen’s Club', and claims it is the venue of choice for music stars such as Pixie Lott, Professor Green and Snoop Dogg, as well as many Premier League footballers Second row Brodie Retallick, a former World Rugby player of the year, was also spotted going into the club
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