WATCH: Dan Carter’s kicking drill shows why he is still the best in the world
He really is one of a kind...
After retiring from New Zealand duties in 2015, Dan Carter went out on top.
Guiding the All Blacks to their second successive World Cup, Carter was awarded man of the match in the emphatic 34-17 win over Australia in the final.
Even at the age of 33, he was still the cream of the crop winning World Rugby Player of the Year and nearly two years later he is proving why he is still the best.
— Issartel (@jeanissartel) May 15, 2017
Carter is still playing away for Racing 92 and since his international retirement, he hasn’t lost his kicking ability.
In our poorly translated French, that tweet says,
“The Target? The post. Never bet against Dan.”
At this point, nobody ever would.
To be fair, his heir to the throne Beauden Barrett isn't half bad at kicking either, as Ireland found out last November.