Friday, June 17, 2011

Agustín Pichot voted as best scrumhalf in the history of the Rugby World Cup

The call for Argentina to host Rugby World Cup 2023 has received another boost, this time from global rugby fans as Argentina´s 2003 and 2007 Rugby World Cup captain, Agustín Pichot was voted in as the best scrumhalf in the history of Rugby World Cup´s. The voting took place on the social networks of Facebook and Twitter on the official Total Rugby pages. In being voted as number one, Pichot was chosen ahead of an eilte group of players including four Rugby World Cup champions. In doing so the contribution of Pichot to global rugby has been proven to be enormous as the man who led Los Pumas to third place at France 2007 is being remembered as the best in the business.

All time RWC World XV so far

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9 Agustín Pichot (Argentina)
8 Zinzan Brooke (New Zealand)
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4 comments:

  1. agree with Agustín Pichot in there, he's a legend and quite under rated in my opinion, he's better in my opinion than Gregan

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  2. I totaly agree with this!! congratulations for pichot, and lets hope another argentinian gets into the best 15 one of those could be diego cuesta silva or hugo porta

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  3. Omar Hasan is in there too, voted as best tighthead prop.

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  4. I agree with Paul, Hasan was voted as well

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