Top scorers in the TOP 14, season 21-22
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Discover the packs of the fifteen top scorers from last season in the Player collection. It includes all the try-scoring Plays from the 15 top scorers in the championship. Plays that let you relive the highlights of the 2021-2022 Top14 season, via the Start your collection spectrum.
A real dynamo, Lyon's scrum-half had not waited until the 2021-2022 season to make a name for himself. But this year has confirmed his talent and qualities: speed, explosiveness and opportunism. Winner of the Six Nations with the French national team and decisive with Les Bleus during the tour of Japan, he should be at the World Cup in France.
Sometimes a centre, sometimes an opener, always brilliant. Ulupano Seuteni is a diamond. A player who sometimes verges on genius, capable of unique gestures. And while Bordeaux may have missed out on the final, they can't blame their playmaker.
He wasn't exactly option number 1 at the start of the season. But how can you do without a player like him? Jules Favre has all the attributes of a modern player: powerful, quick and efficient. But the young winger's main quality is certainly elsewhere: he fears no opponent. I'm not sure the opposite will be true after this season.
At 34, Rosario's rocket is still as fast as ever. Juan Imhoff, Argentina's most racy winger, once again showed off his speed and punch. 9 tries in the league, 4 more in the European Cup, and the Racing man signs off one of his best seasons with the club. Just goes to show that good Argentinian wine also ages well.
Kylan Hamdaoui will go down as one of Stade Français' rare satisfactions. In the middle of a team that was sometimes upside down, he always showed the way. His qualities? His speed, his sense of anticipation and his consistency. The Parisians may have missed their season, but not their full-back.
W.Nayacalevu Vuidravuwalu (9):
He's a UFO. A monster. A mutant. Give him a ball and he'll turn it into something better. The Fijian is a phenomenon. Revealed as a winger, it's now in the centre that he blossoms. Fast, powerful, technical, intelligent... Waisea Nayacalevu is a colossus (1m93, 105 kilos). But after 10 years in the Top 14, he has above all become a monument of the championship.
Section's little prince has delighted his fans. Creative and inventive, Antoine Hastoy has become the French symbol of a triumphant generation. At 25, he had the best season of his career. It was enough to earn him his first cap for France.
Aymeric Luc is proof that insouciance is a quality. And that's not the only quality he possesses. Fast and talented, the full-back is capable of trying (and succeeding) in rare ways, surprising defences with unusual moves, and he has established himself as one of Toulon's key players.
Aliverti Raka is a freight train. And I might as well tell you straight away: it's very difficult to derail him. A real ASM locomotive, when he gets going he takes his whole team with him. Despite his qualities, he hasn't convinced Fabien Galthié and his staff. But he is still dreaming of the World Cup.
South African elegance. It's silly to say it, but Dillyn Leyds is a player to behold. At La Rochelle, he delighted Deflandre with his lightning runs and acceleration. And his 8 tries prove that his style in no way detracts from his effectiveness.
Don't let Montpellier's scrum-half out of your sight, as there's a good chance you'll see him in the back of the net again. A real poison for defences, the Springbok is a predator. His absence from the finals could have been an insoluble headache for the MHR.
France's best winger for several years now. And this season has only confirmed it. Fast and powerful, the only downside is his relative fragility. He scores one out of every two games. Imagine if he had played more than 14 games...
How do you stop the New Zealand tank? The question is the same every weekend, and the answer is simple: you can't. The Clermont-Ferrand native is one of the most powerful backs in the league. But to sum up Moala's talent in terms of power would be to offend him: the All-Black can do it all. And often very well.
In the space of 6 months, Juan Cruz Mallia went from unknown young Argentine hopeful to French and European champion. 6 more months will have made him a key player for Stade Toulousain and the Argentine team. As for his qualities? He can do it all. And in every position. A sort of little Juan Martin Hernandez. A flattering comparison.
Antoine Dupont (6):
Captain of the French national team, best player in the championship, and even... best player in the world. What more could you ask for? Antoine Dupont is a machine, combining instinct, power, speed and leadership. Initiating, building and finishing moves, he has had an exemplary season from start to finish. And while his attacking qualities need no further demonstration, the Toulouse scrum-half is also a formidable defender. His track record and his new status even offer him something rare in French rugby: the self-assumed image of a star of French sport.
Whether you're a die-hard rugby fan or a lover of great sporting action, this collection will let you experience rugby like never before!