Toulon full-back Leigh Halfpenny sacrificed some of his teeth as he helped the French side to a third European title in a row.
he Welsh full-back scored 14-points as his side defeated Clermont Auvergne by 24-26 in the inaugural Champions Cup decider at Twickenham yesterday.
Afterwards Halfpenny, who has won two Wales Grand Slams and a British Lions series, said: "It is up there [with the highlights of my career]. This was a goal to retain our title and create history to win the European title three times in a row.
"To be fair to Clermont they threw everything at us.
"It's what it's all about. This is where you want to be, involved in games like this, and what a performance from the boys.
"The character they showed to keep Clermont out right at the end was just incredible."
Toulon outhalf Matt Giteau posted a picture on Twitter last night showing that Halfpenny may have won the game but he lost a few things as well.