When he retires at the end of this season, Schalk Brits deserves to be acclaimed as the greatest import in the history of the Premiership. On Saturday, the South African hooker once again illuminated the grand stage at Twickenham, on behalf of Saracens.
During the European champions' seven-try first-half onslaught which reduced Northampton to a state of disarray, Brits was a class apart, in the midst of a high-class team effort which brought a 55-24 win.
His performance was a staggering exhibition of multi-purpose skills.
One burst out of defence and outrageously deft, one-handed off-load to Vincent Koch was enough on its own to show that he is still a remarkable player at the age of 36, but there was so much more besides.
And yet the aggressive Irishman could be disqualified in a number of other ways if he becomes frustrated, it might be a risk worth taking for punters (13/2).