Brian O’Driscoll is an Irish international rugby union player who retired at the end of the 2013-14 season.   He is the captain of the British and Irish Lions . O’Driscoll, who spent the majority of his career playing at center , made 133 appearances for Ireland, scoring 46 tries -an Irish record.  In addition to this he made eight appearances for the Lions and scored one try, which occurred during the Lions victory over Australia on the 2001 tour .  With a total tally of 47 international tries, O ‘ Driscoll sits eighth on the all-time record list .  He est aussi Currently top of the all time try scoring list for the Six Nations with 26.  In addition, he retired with 141 caps in all, qui At That Time Was The Most in the Sport’s history (this record Has since been surpassed by Richie McCaw of New Zealand ).  S history (this record has since been surpassed by Richie McCaw of New Zealand ).  S history (this record has since been surpassed by Richie McCaw of New Zealand ). 
O’Driscoll made his international debut on June 12, 1999 against Australia at the Ballymore Stadium in Brisbane . He scored his first try for Ireland in his fourth game against the United States in the 1999 Rugby World Cup at Lansdowne Road .  It was the first of 117 Tries O’Driscoll would score at Lansdowne Road-which is currently a record.  O’Driscoll would go on to score tries in the 2003 and 2007 editions of the World Cup.
O’Driscoll scored multiple tries in a single international on six occasions, included in these were two hat-tricks . The first of These contre Was Scored France During the 2000 Six Nations and the second cam contre Scotland in the 2002 Six Nations . O’Driscoll, who scored against all of the “Tier 1” nations , was most prolific against France-scoring 8 times. 
- Won Denotes que le match Was Won by the side O’Driscoll Was playing for.
- Lost Denotes que le match Was Lost by the side O’Driscoll Was playing for.
- Draw denotes that the match was drawn.
- Try number 10 was scored while playing for the British and Irish Lions.
|1||United States||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Rugby World Cup||2 October 1999||Won|
|2||Scotland||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Six Nations||19 February 2000||Won|
|3||italy||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Six Nations||4 March 2000||Won|
|4||la France||St Denis||Stade de France||Six Nations||19 March 2000||Won|
|5||la France||St Denis||Stade de France||Six Nations||19 March 2000||Won|
|6||la France||St Denis||Stade de France||Six Nations||19 March 2000||Won|
|7||japan||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Test Match||11 November 2000||Won|
|8||japan||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Test Match||11 November 2000||Won|
|9||la France||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Six Nations||17 February 2001||Won|
|10||australia||Brisbane||Brisbane Cricket Ground||Test Match||30 June 2001||Won|
|11||Wales||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||13 October 2001||Won|
|12||Scotland||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Six Nations||2 March 2002||Won|
|13||Scotland||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Six Nations||2 March 2002||Won|
|14||Scotland||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Six Nations||2 March 2002||Won|
|15||romania||Limerick||Thomond Park||Test Match||7 September 2002||Won|
|16||georgia||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Rugby World Cup Qualifier||28 September 2002||Won|
|17||georgia||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Rugby World Cup Qualifier||28 September 2002||Won|
|18||fiji||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Test Match||17 November 2002||Won|
|19||italy||Rome||Stadio Flaminio||Six Nations||22 February 2003||Won|
|20||australia||Melbourne||Docklands Stadium||Rugby World Cup||1 November 2003||Lost|
|21||la France||Melbourne||Docklands Stadium||Rugby World Cup||9 November 2003||Lost|
|22||la France||Melbourne||Docklands Stadium||Rugby World Cup||9 November 2003||Lost|
|23||Wales||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Six Nations||22 February 2004||Won|
|24||Wales||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Six Nations||22 February 2004||Won|
|25||italy||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Six Nations||20 March 2004||Won|
|26||South Africa||Cape Town||Newlands Stadium||Test Match||19 June 2004||Lost|
|27||England||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Six Nations||27 February 2005||Won|
|28||la France||Dublin||Lansdowne Road||Six Nations||12 March 2005||Lost|
|29||New Zealand||Hamilton||Waikato Stadium||Test Match||10 June 2006||Lost|
|30||Wales||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||4 February 2007||Won|
|31||namibia||Bordeaux||Chaban-Delmas Stadium||Rugby World Cup||9 September 2007||Won|
|32||argentina||Paris||Princes Park||Rugby World Cup||30 September 2007||Lost|
|33||australia||Melbourne||Docklands Stadium||Lansdowne Cup||14 June 2008||Lost|
|34||la France||Dublin||Croke Park||Six Nations||7 February 2009||Won|
|35||italy||Rome||Stadio Flaminio||Six Nations||15 February 2009||Won|
|36||England||Dublin||Croke Park||Six Nations||28 February 2009||Won|
|37||Wales||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||21 March 2009||Won|
|38||australia||Dublin||Croke Park||Lansdowne Cup||15 November 2009||Draw|
|39||fiji||Dublin||RDS Arena||Test Match||21 November 2009||Won|
|40||Scotland||Dublin||Croke Park||Six Nations||20 March 2010||Lost|
|41||New Zealand||New Plymouth||Yarrow Stadium||Test Match||12 June 2010||Lost|
|42||New Zealand||Dublin||Aviva Stadium||Test Match||20 November 2010||Lost|
|43||italy||Rome||Stadio Flaminio||Six Nations||5 February 2011||Won|
|44||Wales||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||12 March 2011||Lost|
|45||England||Dublin||Aviva Stadium||Six Nations||19 March 2011||Won|
|46||italy||Dunedin||Otago Stadium||Rugby World Cup||2 October 2011||Won|
|47||Wales||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||2 February 2013||Won|
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