Discover our list of the 10 best openers in the history of the XV of France

EXCLUSIVE RANKING –Le Figaro formed a prestigious jury to designate the best number 10 in the history of the Blues.

A year ago when Le Figaro had questioned his jury so that he designated the best scrum-half of the XV of France since the post-war period, Antoine Dupont had won the votes, ahead of glorious elders like Fabien Galthié or Pierre Berbizier. Same question regarding fly halfs. And the same trend. It’s the youngster, the embodiment of the present and the future, who prevails over the old grognards. At 23, Romain Ntamack is already considered the best in his position, ahead of Titou Lamaison, Thomas Castaignède and other Franck Mesnel. Further proof that the Blues benefit from a golden generation which could offer France, in eight months, its first world title…

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