Proof why Dan Carter may still be the best flyhalf in world - at 38
The Corona Virus may have ended Japan’s Top League prematurely but fans the world over has plenty to smile about as one of the greatest flyhalves to have ever played the game makes his Super Rugby comeback.
In years gone by, two-time World Cup winner Dan Carter was a stalwart for the Christchurch-based Crusaders, so it came as a massive shock when it was announced that he has joined the Blues for Super Rugby Aotearoa. (https://rugby365.com/tournaments/super-rugby/news-super-rugby/its-official-dan-carter-signs-for-blues/)
Carter played the first of his 112 Tests for the All Blacks in 2003, scored a record 1 598 points during his international career and was the World Player of the Year in 2005, 2012 and 2015.
He played for French club Racing 92 after retiring from Test rugby following the 2015 World Cup, before signing a two-year deal with Kobe Steelers in 2018.
Take a trip down memory lane and appreciate one of the best flyhalves the world has ever seen.
Source: Original rugby & Rugby Jubbly