All Blacks Legend Brands Conor Murray ‘The Best In The World’
All Blacks legend Sir Graham Henry has branded Conor Murray the best scrumhalf in the world after his inspirational performance against the Crusaders on Saturday.
The Rugby World Cup winning coach, who also coached the British & Irish Lions in 2001, was full of praise for the Munster and Ireland nine after he inspired his team to victory in Christchurch.
“Conor Murray was outstanding. He’s a very composed player, he knows the game and he never gets rattled,’ he told RadioLive NZ.
“He’s probably the best No 9 in the world. Owen Farrell and Johnny Sexton who came on, they ran the game well.
“So, Alun-Wyn Jones had a big game as captain, he led by example; led well.
“Have they got the attackers to do the job? Maybe, we’ll have to wait and see. They’re the best players in Europe so they must have some ability.‘
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