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Someone has ranked every fly half in rugby from World Class to awful
By Rugby Onslaught

Someone has ranked every fly half in rugby from World Class to awful

South African fly-half Handre Pollard has been ranked as the best fly half in rugby alongside Scottish maverick Finn Russell in a list.

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Twitter user @springbokbabyy compiled the list online today and it makes for very interesting reading.

All Black stars Beauden Barrett and Richie Mo’unga were only ranked in the ‘good’ category by the user online.

Barrett is considered by many rugby fans to be one of if not the best rugby player in the world so it is odd to see someone ranked as only an OK player on this list.

The biggest shock was to see who was rated in the bad tier in this list.

We feel like the person who made this list was South African as they instantly went to rate Owen Farrell in the ‘bad’ tier.

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Owen Farrell is without a ranked as one of if not the best fly half in the world. Heck, he is probably the best player in the World.

The list also shockingly put Ireland and Leinster 10 Johnny Sexton into that bracket.

Check out the list below…

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We’re not at all surprised that a Springbok would go this far to try and devalue the work that Owen Farrell has done over the years, whilst trying to bolster Hande Pollard.

Some fans are so salty that they even made an “Anti Tribute” to the England back.

Meanwhile All Black stars are flouting isolation rules.

All Black star Richie Mo’unga gave a bizarre apology on video today for his involvement in the Crusader’s players training during the lockdown in New Zealand.

The Crusaders and All Blacks 10 took to his social media platform today to make a bizarre excuse for him being there.

The Super Rugby champion Crusaders have been forced to apologise after several members of their squad were spied flouting New Zealand’s isolation rules.

All Blacks five-eighth Richie Mo’unga was the only player identified among a group passing and kicking a ball to each other at a Christchurch park on Monday.

 

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