Rory Best captained the Barbarians in his final game as a professional in a cracking contest against Wales on Saturday as Wales ran out 43-33 winners in front of 62,000 enthusiastic fans.
Best made way with just under a half-hour of the game to go, but he didn't get away without one final customary telling-off from Nigel Owens.
Owens was telling both captains off and when he was done the fourth official held up Best's number.
2⃣2⃣1⃣ @UlsterRugby caps 🖐— Ultimate Rugby (@ultimaterugby) November 30, 2019
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3⃣8⃣ Tests as Ireland captain☘
1⃣1⃣ Test tries 🏉
2⃣ @lionsofficial Tours🦁
1⃣x PRO12 Winner 🏅
4⃣x 6 Nations Champion🏅
2⃣x Grand Slam Winner🏅
Rory Best's incredible career has officially come to an end 🙌 #ThanksRory pic.twitter.com/7HAE1xo7QB