Daniel William Carter is a rugby player from New-Zealand who plays fly-half or inside center. The accuracy of his footwork has lead the All Blacks team to several significant victories, including two World Cups in 2011 and 2015. Former charismatic leader of the world's strongest national team, he still holds the record of the most points ever scored in a career (1598!). Not only was his foot game good, but he also managed to score 29 tries with the All Blacks. His unique eye vision helps him to breach his opponents' defenses.
Often acclaimed by his pairs, Dan was elected three times as best player in the world by the World Rugby in 2005, 2012 and 2015. He is a natural born leader. In 2015, he joined the Parisian team Racing Metro 92 and helped them win the Top 14 championship as early as his first year.
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