Who is the greatest rugby player of all time? it is one of the biggest questions of world rugby. there are a lot of people who will agree or disagree on this subject, but we can tell you Rugby’s best ever XV voted by over 50,000 fans anyways let’s get into it
15. Serge Blanco (France)
The flamboyant fullback’s international career with France saw him perform various outlandish levels of skill while winning Five Nation Grand Slams in 1981 and 1987, as well as four other titles.
14. Brian O’Driscoll (Ireland)
For more than a decade, former Ireland and British and Irish Lions skipper Brian O’Driscoll was one of the most consistent performers in the world.
13. David Campese (Australia)
David Campese, who has been capped by Australia on more than 100 occasions and has scored 64 international tries, was once the world’s leading try-scorer, but now has to settle for second place.
12. Jonny Wilkinson (England)
He will be remembered as the man who won England the Rugby World Cup in 2003 with a last-gasp drop-goal in Australia.
11. Tim Horan (Australia)
Only a few players have won the Rugby World Cup twice, and power-packed runner Tim Horan is one of them, triumphing with Australia in 1991 and 1999.
10. Phil Vickery (England)
Phil Vickery was regarded as England’s premier tighthead prop for more than a decade, a reputation that peaked when he was named captain of the national team by Brian Ashton in January 2007.
9. John Eales (Australia)
Perfect is a difficult word to use to describe someone, but John Eales came close.
8. Martin Johnson (England)
Johnson, an iconic England legend, is widely regarded as one of the greatest locks to ever play the game.
7. Gareth Edwards (Wales)
The former Wales and British and Irish Lions scrum-half is simply the greatest player in the history of the position. Many consider Edwards to be one of the greatest rugby players of all time.
6. Jason Leonard (England)
Leonard was 21 years old when he made his debut for England and the British and Irish Lions in 1990, the first of a record 119 caps for both England and the British and Irish Lions.
5. Keith Wood (Ireland)
The force of nature Wood was a dominant figure in the Irish front row.
4. Francois Pienaar (South Africa)
Springbok Captain Pienaar is best known for leading South Africa to a World Cup victory in 1995.
3. Richie McCaw (New Zealand)
The former All Black captain McCaw is one of the true rugby greats, moulding a career as the best flanker of all time.
2. Zinzan Brooke (New Zealand)
He was a powerful forward with exceptional handling skills and a reliable boot, making him a one-of-a-kind player.
1. Jonah Lomu (New Zealand)
The New Zealander is still the joint all-time leading try scorer at the Rugby World Cup, along with Bryan Habana, having crossed the whitewash 15 times between the 1995 and 1999 tournaments. The simplest choice in a best-of-the-best XV.