Heineken Cup final ratings
Toulon retained the Heineken Cup after beating Saracens 23-6 and we take a look at how the players rated in Cardiff.
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15 DELON ARMITAGE: Solid effort from the former England full-back. 7.
14 DREW MITCHELL: Sharp as a tack to claim Giteau's chip and send the Australia centre over for the opening score. 8.
13 MATHIEU BASTAREAUD: Second-half rumble teed up Toulon's second try. 7.
12 MATT GITEAU: Cunningly-disguised short chip unlocked Saracens' meagre defence for vital first try. 8.
11 BRYAN HABANA: Springbok speedster was criminally underused, but ultimately not required. 6.
10JONNY WILKINSON (CAPT): Flawless final flourish on British soil steered his side to consecutive European titles. 9.
9 SEBASTIEN TILLOUS-BORDE: Offered Wilkinson and auxiliary rudder. 8.
1 XAVIER CHIOCCI: Bested by Stevens in the scrum. 5.
2 CRAIG BURDEN: Unable to assert any set-piece authority. 6.
3 CARL HAYMAN: Scrummaged manfully under pressure. 7.
4 BAKKIES BOTHA: Gritty shift from the Springbok World Cup winner. 7.
5 DANIE ROSSOUW: Outshone Saracens counterparts Borthwick and Hargreaves. 8.
6 JUAN SMITH: Romped in for the match-winning try thanks to a smart support line. 8.
7 JUAN MARTIN FERNANDEZ LOBBE: Cut a fine line off the ball to produce the scoring pass for Smith's try. 7.
8 STEFFON ARMITAGE: Dominated Saracens' much-vaunted wolf pack at the breakdown. 8.
17 ALEXANDRE MENINI (for Chiocci, 47): Anchored the scrum in the second-half. 7.
18 MARTIN CASTROGIOVANNI (for Hayman, 57): Shored up Toulon's set-piece. 7.
19 ALI WILLIAMS (for Botha, 52): The former All Blacks lock sustained the level. 7.
21 MAXIME MERMOZ (for Wilkinson, 77): Closed out the victory. 6.
22 MICHAEL CLAASSENS (for Tillous-Borde, 70): Tidy came from the former Bath man. 7.
23 JOCELINO SUTA (for Rossouw, 52): Ensured Toulon lost no edge of power or grunt. 7.
UNUSED: Jean -Charles Orioli, Virgile Bruni
15 ALEX GOODE: Unable to shape proceedings, outmanned as the last defensive line. 6.
14 CHRIS ASHTON: Precious little opportunity to produce his strike-running best. 6.
13 MARCELO BOSCH: Far too quiet in Saracens' midfield. 5.
12 BRAD BARRITT: Defensive fulcrum failed to command his usual control. 6.
11 DAVID STRETTLE: Should have sought more of the ball. 5.
10 OWEN FARRELL: Outclassed by Wilkinson in the Heineken Cup for the second year running. 6.
9 RICHARD WIGGLESWORTH: Failed to drive any rhythm. 5.
1 MAKO VUNIPOLA: Dominated at the scrum. 6.
2 SCHALK BRITS: Toulon shut down his famed midfield free-running. 6.
3 MATT STEVENS: On top in the tight, but nowhere else. 6.
4 STEVE BORTHWICK: Never fully fit and struggled as a result. 6.
5 ALISTAIR HARGREAVES: Outgunned by Toulon's tight five. 6.
6 KELLY BROWN: Undercooked in the loose by his high standards. 6.
7 JACQUES BURGER: Saracens' tackling machine short-circuited at the crucial moment. 6.
8 BILLY VUNIPOLA: A distinct lack of his trademark bulldozing runs. 6.
16 JAMIE GEORGE (for Brits, 70): Unable to affect proceedings. 6.
17 RICHARD BARRINGTON (for M Vunipola, 65): Too little time to make an impact. 6.
18 JAMES JOHNSTON (for Stevens, 52): Had a real battle in the tight. 6.
19 MOURTIZ BOTHA (for Hargreaves, 65): Fought manfully but to no effect. 6.
20 JACKSON WRAY (for Burger, 65): Could not compete with Toulon's expert back-row. 6.
21 NEIL DE KOCK (for Wigglesworth, 52): Battled hard to drive the tempo. 7.
22 CHARLIE HODGSON (for Farrell, 65): Game passed him by in the final quarter. 6.
23 CHRIS WYLES (for Strettle, 70): Hardly saw a touch of the ball. 6.