Joe Marler faced a number of elite opponents during his decade as a front-row lynchpin at Twickenham.
The England and Harlequins loosehead has revealed three of the opposition players he found it most difficult to play against in the scrum and across the field.
Check out who he picked below.
#3. Tadhg Furlong (Ireland)
Head and shoulders above his nearest competition as the best tighthead prop in rugby at the moment, the Irishman was un-droppable for both Ireland and Warren Gatland’s Lions across 2021.
Marler said: “He can do everything. He’s not just a scrummager, not just a ball-carrier, he’s got the all-round game.”