Dan Carter names the five toughest opponents he ever faced including late Jonah Lomu - Ruck

Dan Carter names the five toughest opponents he ever faced including late Jonah Lomu

New Zealand legend and two time Rugby World Cup winner Dan Carter has ranked his five toughest opponents from his incredible rugby career.

The greatest back of the professional era, Carter’s record speaks for itself. Way out in front as the leading points scorer in international rugby history, with 1,598 points from his 112 caps.

Throw in a further 1,708 points for the Crusaders and the fly-half’s impact on the game cannot be emphasised enough.

DAN CARTER: TOUGHEST OPPONENTS

#5. Thierry Dusautoir (France)

CARTER SAID: “He had some blinding games in big moments — none more so than in the 2007 and 2011 World Cup games against the All Blacks.”

DID YOU KNOW? He broke the record for most tackles in a match, making 38 tackles against the All Blacks in the 2007 World Cup final

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