Danny Care scored a brace as Harlequins secured their third successive Premiership win with victory over Gloucester at The Stoop.
Danny Care Facts:
- Care won silver for England in rugby sevens at the 2006 Commonwealth Games, appearing in a team that included future XV teammates Mathew Tait and Tom Varndell.
- He earned his first cap for England in June 2008 in a 37-20 loss to New Zealand in Auckland.
- An increasingly prominent voice in rugby media, Care is co-hosted by the BBC rugby union weekly podcast and occasionally works as a commentator for BT Sport and BBC Radio 5 Live
- They won their second Premiership title in 2021, when Harlequins came from 28-0 down to beat Bristol Bears in their semi-final.
Danny Care and Ellis Genge name their toughest opponent
Danny Care and Ellis Genge have opened up about the toughest players they’ve respectively faced during their illustrious playing careers thus far.
Below we look at a number of players England internationals have considered their toughest opponents.
#1.James Haskell: Richie McCaw (New Zealand)
Lifting the 2011 World Cup in his backyard was a fitting tribute to one of the greatest All Blacks of all time, but he secured true legendary status as he went on for four more years, breaking record after record and lifting the trophy. Webb Ellis uniquely for the second time.
Haskel said: “What has stood out to me is his decision making on the break, knowing when to challenge for the ball, punt or get back on the line, he always makes the right decision and has been doing so for years. .”