World Cup-winning flyhalf and three-time World Player of the Year, Dan Carter took aim at Michael Cheika when the pair appeared on The Athlete’s Voice, the on sports podcast.
Carter joined former Australian netballer Liz Ellis, Roosters forward Boyd Cordner, New South Wales Swifts star Helen Housby and Cheika on The Athlete's Voice podcast where he reminded Cheika that the Bledisloe has been residing in New Zealand for 18 years.
Each sporting personality was asked to have something prepared for a show and tell segment.
"When I found out that we had to show off something I did some digging around trying to find the Bledisloe Cup but I thought Cheiks (Cheika) might leave the chat group if I started parading that around," Carter said as a photo of himself and Ma'a Nonu appeared on-screen celebrating with the Bledisloe Cup.
Dan Carter is a savage 😂
Absolutely roasts Cheika 👏 pic.twitter.com/p2ee0Al2bD
— Jared Wright (@jaredwright17) April 23, 2020
Cheika got up out of his seat and left the podcast.
"Even just a mention of it ... I didn't realise it was as bad as that," Carter said on the The Athlete's Voice podcast.
The Wallabies failed to win the Bledisloe Cup during Cheika's five-year reign as coach of the national side and haven't claimed the since 2002.
Cheika did return to the podcast and enjoyed the funnier side of the exchange.