RUGBY. Personne n'en parle mais Beauden Barrett a dépassé Jonah Lomu et Serge Blanco

Football. Nobody talks about it but Beauden Barrett has surpassed Jonah Lomu and Serge Blanco

For his 100ᵉ selection with the All Blacks, Bowden Barrett distinguished himself by scoring two goals against the Welshman at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, on behalf of the Fall Nations Series. Two attempts to intercept Gareth Anscombe and Johnny McNicholl (two players born in New Zealand, ironically…) allowed him to return to prosperity. The debate in New Zealand over the position of the number 10 (or “the first five/eighth” as New Zealanders put it) between Bewden Barrett and Richie Muonga is not about to conclude definitively. While the latter appeared to grab the rope and drag his opponent to the back or as a substitute, the New Plymouth native’s performance in Taranaki, It raised doubts about the hierarchy that would be created. Barrett is in good shape as he faces the Northern Hemisphere nations at home in year-end matches. In particular the looming shock against France on November 20 in Paris. Last Saturday against XV du Poireau, he went back a bit in the history of his sport by surpassing illustrious oval-ball legends like Jonah Lomu or Serge Blanco. By scoring his trial 38 degrees and 39 degrees of choice, the new all-black centurion has outstripped Israel Folau and especially the great Jonah Lomo, author of 37 essays with a black jacket with fern. George North, author of 43 attempts in the Red Dragons jersey, is the only player still in action against the Kiwi. Other legends such as the late van der Westhuizen and “Pele de Rugby” Serge Blanco, who also scored 38 goals with the Springboks and the Blues, have seen Boden Barrett pass them up front. He is already the number 16 top scorer of all time behind Australian Chris Latham (40 attempts), the former superb position in the 1999 Wallabies World Champion three-quarters, and tied with fellow countryman Ben Smith. David Campese (64 attempts), Brian Habana (67 attempts) and Japan’s Daisuke Ohata (69 attempts) make up the leading podium., whose sovereignty is unlikely to be overthrown in the near future at this time. Beware Will Jordan, author of 16 attempts in just 11 games with the All Blacks.A shattered entry from Will Jordan who pushes the Pumas and offers the title to the Blacks [VIDEO]A shattered entry from Will Jordan who pushes the Pumas and offers the title to the Blacks [VIDEO]

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