There were four All Blacks and as many Japan players in the Opta team of the Rugby World Cup, but no world champions.
Six of the top seven teams in the world rankings will start life with a new coach following the Rugby World Cup.
The Rugby World Cup came to an end on Saturday and here we take a look back at the best Opta facts from the tournament in Japan.
Pieter-Steph du Toit, Cheslin Kolbe and Tom Curry represent World Cup finalists South Africa and England in the Player of the Year list.
Kieran Read ended his All Blacks career on a high against Wales, with outgoing coach Steve Hansen paying tribute to New Zealand's captain.
Outgoing head coach Warren Gatland wants Wales to kick on under Wayne Pivac after his glorious 12-year tenure came to an end.
Head coach Steve Hansen expressed his pride in the way New Zealand responded to being dethroned by hammering Wales.
New Zealand put on a show in Steve Hansen's last game in charge, Ben Smith scoring two of their six tries in an emphatic win.
New Zealand have to "hit the reset button" in their Rugby World Cup bronze match, says outgoing head coach Steve Hansen.
All of the Rugby World Cup semi-finalists and Japan have been represented in World Rugby's nominations for the 2019 team and coach awards.