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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

Former Northern Ireland International stars Norman Whiteside and Jim Magilton (left) pictured at Windsor Park, Belfast 

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BIRTHDAYS

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).

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