WATCH: Incredible Moment Of Respect As Rougerie Leaves Field For Final Time
Clermont captain Aurélien Rougerie played his final game of rugby over the weekend after an incredible career for both club and country.
The 37-year-old, who has scored 33 tries in 90 European appearances and has 76 caps with France, will retire a one-club man after 19 years with the French giants.
Rougerie was replaced in his final game against Toulouse on Saturday with 53 minutes on the clock, and in a truly special moment for the ages – was given a guard of honour by both sides.
One of the all-time greats. He’ll be missed.
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