The Samoan centre led the team out at Stade Marcel Michelin and, despite defeat, found time to reflect on the achievement.
“It’s an honour,” he told SaintsTV. “Especially to make that many appearances with a club like the Saints. Not many people can say they’ve done that so I feel privileged to have been given this opportunity.”
Overall it was an afternoon to forget for the Saints though, a 37-5 defeat bringing a shuddering halt to their European hopes.
While disappointed, Pisi was keen to try and move on quickly.
“We need to go back this week, look at what we did wrong and come back firing against Exeter. It’s another tough away game but we’d love to give them some payback for beating us at home.
“That’s the beauty of rugby – you get another chance.”
The Saints lock horns with Exeter on Sunday afternoon at Sandy Park. The 2pm kick off is live on BT Sport.