On This Day - May 26 1983: Norman Whiteside became the youngest person, at 18 years and 18 days, to score in an FA Cup final
Steve Pate (golf) - American who had top-10 finishes in all the majors, born 1961.
Zola Budd (athletics) - South African-born runner who ran for Great Britain at 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, born 1966.
Steve Sedgley (soccer) - Former Tottenham, Wolves, Ipswich and Coventry midfielder, born 1968.
Lars Frolander (swimming) - Sweden's Olympic 100 metres butterfly champion in Sydney 2000, born 1974.
Paul Collingwood (cricket) - Durham's former England all-rounder and 2010 World Twenty20-winning captain, born 1976.
Luca Toni (soccer) - Former Fiorentina, Bayern Munich and Palermo striker, part of Italy's 2006 World Cup-winning side, born 1977.
Dan Parks (rugby union) - Former Glasgow and Scotland fly-half, born 1978.
Juan Cuadrado (soccer) - Juventus and Colombia winger, formerly of Chelsea, born 1988.
ON THIS DAY
1863: Britain's Bob Fitzsimmons, the first boxer to win world titles at three different weights, was born. He reigned as a middleweight, light-heavyweight and heavyweight champion. He died in 1917.
1909: Sir Matt Busby was born. He led Manchester United to three league titles before the Munich air crash in 1958. He came back from this tragedy, leading a rebuilt United team to further league successes and eventually, in 1968, the European Cup. He died in 1994.
1955: Alberto Ascari, Ferrari's first Formula One world champion, died after crashing a Ferrari sports car during a test at Monza. The 1952 and 1953 champion remains the only Italian to win the world championship for the Marinello team.
1983: Norman Whiteside became the youngest person, at 18 years and 18 days, to score in an FA Cup final when he netted in Manchester United's replay win over Brighton.
1989: Former Leeds and England player and manager Don Revie died. He was 61.
1999: Manchester United became the first English team to win the treble of Premier League, FA Cup and European Cup after a sensational comeback against Bayern Munich in the Champions League final. United scored twice in stoppage-time to win 2-1 in Barcelona.
2004: Jose Mourinho masterminded Porto's 3-0 Champions League final win over Monaco. It was his last game in charge before joining Chelsea.
2007: Former England captain David Beckham was recalled by manager Steve McClaren after 10 months out of the international side.
2010: Real Madrid parted company with coach Manuel Pellegrini and confirmed Mourinho would take his place after resolving his contract with Inter Milan.
2015: The England and Wales Cricket Board announced the appointment of Trevor Bayliss as England's new coach.
PA SPORT QUIZ
1 England goalkeeper Jack Butland began his professional career with which club?
2 Who won the women's singles title at the 2017 French Open?
3 How many times have England's men won the Cricket World Cup?
4 What was the score in England's shock Euro 2016 exit to Iceland?
5 The Mend-A-Hose Jungle is home to which Super League club?
Answers: 1 Birmingham; 2 Jelena Ostapenko; 3 None; 4 2-1; 5 Castleford Tigers.
PA SPORT TV LISTINGS
Today (Saturday, May 26)
SOCCER: Championship play-off final, Fulham v Aston Villa - Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event 1600; Champions League final, Real Madrid v Liverpool - BT Sport 2 1900.
CRICKET: England v Pakistan, first Test - Sky Sports Cricket 1000 and Sky Sports Main Event 1015.
RUGBY UNION: Super Rugby, Chiefs v Waratahs - Sky Sports Action 0830, Reds v Highlanders - Sky Sports Action 1040, Bulls v Brumbies - Sky Sports Action 1400; Aviva Premiership final, Exeter Chiefs v Saracens - BT Sport 1 1400; Top 14 semi-final, Racing 92 v Castres - Sky Sports Action 1550; Guinness PRO14 final, Leinster v Scarlets - Sky Sports Action 1730.
MOTOR SPORT: Formula One, Monaco Grand Prix third practice - Sky Sports F1 1045, Channel 4 1055 and eir Sport 1 1055, Qualifying - Channel 4 1255, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports F1 and eir Sport 1 1355; World Superbikes from Donington Park - Eurosport 1 1015.
GOLF: European Tour Golf, BMW PGA Championship - Sky Sports Golf 1130. PGA Tour, Fort Worth Invitational - Sky Sports Golf 1800 and Sky Sports Main Event 2030.
ATHLETICS: Diamond League, Prefontaine Classic - Eurosport 2 2100.
CYCLING: Giro d'Italia - Eurosport 1 1200.
BOXING: WBA world super-flyweight title bout, Kal Yafai v David Carmona - Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action 0230 (Sun).
HORSE RACING: Coverage from Haydock Park - ITV4 1330.
BASKETBALL: NBA play-offs, Boston Celtics v Cleveland Cavaliers - BT Sport 1 0100 (Sun).
BASEBALL: MLB, Cleveland Indians v Houston Astros - BT Sport/ESPN 0000 (Sun).
Tomorrow (Sunday, May 27)
CRICKET: England v Pakistan, first Test - Sky Sports Cricket and Sky Sports Main Event 1000.
RUGBY UNION: England v Barbarians - Sky Sports Action 1430.
MOTOR SPORT: World Superbikes from Donington Park - Eurosport 2 1100; Monaco Grand Prix - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports F1 and eir Sport 1 1405.
GOLF: European Tour, BMW PGA Championship - Sky Sports Golf 1130 and Sky Sports Main Event 1630; PGA Tour, Fort Worth Invitational - Sky Sports Golf 1800 and Sky Sports Main Event 2100.
TENNIS: French Open - Eurosport 1 0930, ITV4 0930, eir Sport 1 1625 and Eurosport 2 1815.
CYCLING: Giro d'Italia - Eurosport 2 1430.
BASKETBALL: NBA play-offs, Golden State Warriors v Houston Rockets - BT Sport 1 0130 (Mon).
BASEBALL: MLB, Oakland Athletics v Arizona Diamondbacks - BT Sport/ESPN 2100, Chicago Cubs v San Francisco Giants - BT Sport/ESPN 0100 (Mon).