Springbok legend and World Cup winner Bryan Habana worked with World Rugby to release his own FIFA styled rating cards for his top five players in the world.
His selection of his best player in the world, which includes England lock Maro Itoje, is quite exceptional.
Check out all five of his picks by clicking through this article.
5. Maro Itoje (England) – 89/100
He has the intelligence and athleticism to spoil any form of ball your team might have – be it in the lineout, the breakdown or open phase play. A Rolls Royce of a rugby player.
DID YOU KNOW? Maro got a rugby scholarship to London Harrow school when he was 11. He then studied for a Politics degree at the School of Oriental and African Studies in Bloomsbury, London at the same time as starting his rugby career.