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Dan Carter has been named World Rugby’s player of the decade.
Carter edged fellow New Zealand great and All Blacks captain Richie McCaw for the honour.
The 16-player field was whittled down over a week of voting on head-to-head clashes.
Carter beat Aaron Smith (NZ), Owen Farrell (England) and fellow All Blacks star Beauden Barrett to reach the final where he got one over his good mate McCaw.
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Carter, 37, is generally acknowledged as the best No 10 and one of the most influential players of all time.
Carter is a two-time World Cup winner, a three-time Super Rugby champion and boasts nine Tri-Nations/Rugby Championship victories.
He played 112 tests, winning 99,
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