After discussion about 1-6 best rugby team ever, here we present 7-10 teams
7.Wales in the 1970s is one of the best rugby team ever
It’s difficult to know which exceptional Welsh side of this golden age to pick out as the greatest rugby team because it was a leading of triumph that was durable for a decade, conquer in three Grand Slams -in 1971, 1976 and 1978 , and six directly Five Nations titles, that earned nine gradual precedence rugby matches between 1970 and 1973 and came enticingly close to beating the All Black in December 1972. The 9-5 win over France at the Stade Colombes which supported the 1971 Grand Slam, thanks to attempt from Gareth Edwards and Barry John, is for me the golden memory of an indeed golden era in Welsh rugby game.
- The current All Blacks, 2013-14
It is on the margin of making history of Steve Hansen’s New Zealand. In thumping England 36-13 in Hamilton last Saturday, Richie McCaw’s men equalized the world record of 17 sequent test triumphs. It was a winning streak that started when they beat France 23-13 in Auckland last June on the way to becoming the first rugby team in the professional age to go through a journal year undefeated. They are now same with the winning runs of the 1965-69 All Blacks and 1997-98 Springboks and will demand the record as their personal if they beat Australia in their next Test in Sydney on August 16. And they have done it despite being without Dan Carter for 11 of those 17 matches.
- The 1971 Lions
The only Lions rugby team to have gone back as a victory team from New Zealand. Captained by John Dawes and Coached by the visionary Carwyn James, this was a team with Welshmen at its core.There were JPR Williams, Gareth Edwards, Gerald Davies, Mervyn Davies and, above all, Barry John, who remains an icon within Kiwis for the rugby he played on that tour. But there were also greats from the other home nations in Gordon Brown Mike Gibson, Willie John McBride, Fergus Slattery and David Duckham. Running into the final Test in Auckland 2-1 up, the Lions champion the series victory with a 14-14 draw, courtesy of the only drop goal of JPR’s profession.
10 Australia 1991
When the year Campo ruled the world, David Campese reached his top during the World Cup campaign of 1991, David Campese was the most gifted player of his generation. His identifying moments came in the semi-final triumph over New Zealand at Lansdowne Road when he comprised his magic to score one try and set up another.
The Wallabies – coached by Bob Dwyer and captained by Nick Farr-Jones – had reached that stage with a last-gasp triumph over Ireland in the quarters, when they displayed their self-belief and attacking destination by running the ball at the death. And then in the final, they displayed the other side to their game, grafting their way to triumph over hosts England.
Rugby game is the most popular game in the world, it has a huge follower in the western country. There are many rugby teams in the world it is difficult to say which team are best, as far as we try to select those team.