This week’s roundup also features Ian Bell at his best, fishing in a football ground moat and an assistant ref’s marriage proposal
1) It’s the Masters week at Augusta, and time once again to consider those devilishly tough putting greens. Last year’s winner, Patrick Reed, negotiated the final round with a score of 71 to stay one clear of a charging Rickie Fowler. Step back 30 years to watch Nick Faldo win the 1989 renewal by beating Scott Hoch in a play-off for his first of three Green Jackets. There has been no more dominant win in the Masters than Tiger Woods’ first attempt as a pro in 1997. The winningest at the Masters? Jack Nicklaus with six, his last coming as a 46-year-old in 1986.
2) Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting’s transcendental miss against Toulouse triggers memories of some of football’s greatest howlers. Steve Bruce goes on the charge but ends up embarrassing himself at Reading in 1996. Some classic Old Firm action here, with Peter van Vossen the culprit. Staying in Scotland, the unforgettable Chris Iwelumo and his miss against Norway in 2008.
Source: Football News
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