WATCH: Incredible Moment Of Respect As Rougerie Leaves Field For Final Time
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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.