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Jonah Lomu’s exceptional dream XV

by Saba Gulmagarashvili

Jonah Lomu, an All Blacks legend, chose his all-time Dream Team for a French magazine back in 2002.

The All Blacks’ brilliant winger was rugby’s first global superstar. He burst onto the scene at the 1995 World Cup with some of the most destructive performances the rugby world had ever seen, and despite the fact that professionalism was still in its infancy, Lomu became rugby’s first millionaire. He died unexpectedly on November 18, 2015, as a result of a heart attack related to his kidney condition.


His back three and centres were

Christian Cullen (New Zealand), Rory Underwood (England), Émile Ntamack (France) Tim Horan (Australia), Tana Umaga (New Zealand)


Jonah’s halfbacks and Front-row consisted of Joost van der Westhuizen(South Africa), Andrew Mehrtens(New Zealand), Os du Randt (South Africa), Sean Fitzpatrick (New Zealand), Olo Brown (New Zealand)


Finally, for Jonah’s Second and Back-row, He selected Martin Johnson (England), Ian Jones (New Zealand), Francois Pienaar (South Africa), Jean-Pierre Rives (France) and Zinzan Brooke (New Zealand)


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