England coach Eddie Jones has taken another brutal swipe at New Zealand rugby with arguably his most savage roast to date.
Jones is the most outspoken coach in rugby, and his latest remark certainly didn't miss the mark.
Speaking on Sky Sport's The Breakdown earlier this week, Jones was asked about what he's anticipating in the upcoming Super Rugby Aotearoa competition, which kicks off on June 13.
"Ah, just so many good young players. I don't know how you do it there," said Jones.
"[Actually] I do. Because you've got three of the biggest academies in the world: Fiji, Samoa and Tonga."
Jones' comment left pundits Jeff Wilson, John Kirwan and Mils Muliaina in stitches.
While the interview aired on Tuesday, the funny clip has just started doing the rounds on social media, with nearly 80,000 views on the initial post.
Nepo Laulala, Ofa Tu'ungafasi, and Shannon Frizell were the only All Blacks in their World Cup squad who were born in the Pacific Islands.
England have their own Pacific Island players as well, with Manu Tuilagi and Joe Cokanasiga born in Samoa and Fiji respectively, while Mako and Billy Vunipola were born in New Zealand and Australia to Tongan parents.
Jones' side currently holds the edge over New Zealand after England eliminated the All Blacks from last year's Rugby World Cup with a 19-7 win in the semi-finals.
The All Blacks are pencilled in to face England in November, but due to global travel restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, the game remains in doubt.