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Martin Johnson picks toughest opponent he faced during his career

England legend Martin Johnson, a giant of the game both in stature and skill, captained his team to World Cup victory in 2003.

Widely acclaimed as one of the greatest locks in rugby history, Johnson recently revealed his picks for the five toughest opponents he faced in his illustrious career.

These five exceptional players, as chosen by Johnson, represent the highest echelons of international rugby and reflect the intensity of the challenges he faced throughout his remarkable career.

5. Sean Fitzpatrick (New Zealand)

Former New Zealand rugby player and captain. Known for his leadership skills and dominant presence as a hooker. Won the Rugby World Cup in 1987.

A respected figure in the sport, Fitzpatrick’s tenacity and determination made him a legend in the All Blacks’ history.

Johnson said: ” “Played for the All Blacks for ten years, a fantastic competitor and a great captain.”

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