Brian O'Driscoll: The five best moments of the Irish centre's career
The iconic player is set to depart the international stage this weekend
Thursday 13 March 2014
As Brian O'Driscoll prepares to depart the international stage, we take a look at some of his greatest moments.
Ireland's iconic centre retires this summer after 15 years in the international arena and 141 Test appearances.
The 35-year-old made his international debut in Ireland's 46-10 defeat to Australia in Brisbane on June 12, 1999 and his final game will be the Six Nations match in Paris against France this weekend.
With records and career stats unparalleled in the modern game, O'Driscoll also has a collection of incredible memories.
Here, we take a look back at five of the best...
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