The All Blacks are one of the most successful and iconic rugby teams in the world, and their star player, Dan Carter, is no exception. To commemorate his 100th game for the team, a special tribute was held in his honor.
The event was held at the All Blacks’ home stadium in Auckland, New Zealand, and was attended by a large crowd of fans, family, and friends. The tribute included a special video montage of Dan’s career highlights, as well as a speech from the All Blacks’ captain, Richie McCaw.
The crowd was also treated to a special performance from the All Blacks’ official band, The Black Ferns. The band played a selection of Dan’s favorite songs, including the All Blacks’ anthem, “God Defend New Zealand.”
At the end of the tribute, Dan was presented with a special commemorative jersey, signed by all of his teammates. He was also presented with a special plaque, inscribed with the words “100th Game Tribute to Dan Carter.”
The tribute was a fitting way to honor Dan’s incredible career with the All Blacks, and it was a reminder of the team’s commitment to excellence and their appreciation for their star player.