WATCH: Paul O'Connell proves for the umpteenth time that he's not like us mere mortals
Paul O'Connell has seen and done almost everything a rugby player possibly can.
He's won the Heineken Cup, the Grand Slam and a Lions Tour so he's more than a little accustomed to being showered with praise from the stands.
So otherworldly have O'Connell's feats on the pitch been that, last year, we were prompted to list the reasons - there were 55 of them at the time - why the legendary lock is Ireland's greatest living human being.
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We can go ahead and add number 56 to the list, we reckon, because O'Connell's brilliance was on display once more on a recent episode of BBC show A Question of Sport.
O'Connell and teammates, Phil Tufnell and AP McCoy, answered the first question right in a game and were rewarded with two letters out of a sporting phrase that was 23 characters long.
It was a seemingly impossible task but the word "impossible" is simply not in O'Connell's vocabulary.
He took a deep breath and uttered the words "Borussia Monchengladbach."
And the crowd went wild!
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