Ellis Genge (England)
Shota Horie (Japan) –Official man of the match and, for some, the century. Unbelievable around the field and in the driving play, part of a rock-like front row
Levan Chilachava (Georgia)
Alun Wyn Jones (Wales) – Record 130th Test and made 23 tackles amid the second-half siege from the Wallabies. Needed all his leadership skills to guide Wales through the mayhem.
Lood de Jager (South Africa) –It’s unbelievable to think that De Jager isn’t among the Boks’ first-choice locks at the moment. Was solid in the air when Namibia kicked off (which was quite frequent) and bossed the lineout. He was also very good with ball in hand and in the tackle
Michael Leitch (Japan)
Jake Polledri (Italy)
Kazuki Himeno (Japan) –Another magician, appeared all over the field, carried the ball well and lasted the course. Dynamic and sustained