On This Day, June 12, 1945: Legendary goalkeeper Pat Jennings was born
ON THIS DAY
1930: Max Schmelling became the first and only man to become world heavyweight champion via a disqualification - against American Jack Sharkey. He died in 2005, aged 99.
2000: England surrendered a two-goal lead as they lost 3-2 to Portugal in their opening game of Euro 2000 in Eindhoven.
2004: Ricky Hatton made a successful 13th defence of his WBU light-welterweight title by defeating Argentinian Carlos Vilches.
2005: Irish boxer Kevin McBride defeated Mike Tyson when the former world heavyweight champion retired on his stool at the end of the sixth round in Washington.
2006: Celtic's former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane announced his retirement from football on medical grounds.
2007: Jamaican police confirmed they believed Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer died of natural causes and was not murdered as first thought.
2009: Manor Grand Prix, Campos Grand Prix and Team US F1 were accepted as new Formula One teams.
2010: Goalkeeper Robert Green's error handed the United States an equaliser as England drew their World Cup Group C opener 1-1 in Rustenberg.
2014: Midfielder Cesc Fabregas signed for Chelsea from Barcelona on a five-year deal.
2015: England seamer James Anderson and former Chelsea and Manchester City midfielder Frank Lampard were both awarded OBEs in the Queen's Birthday Honours List, while Jonny Wilkinson picked up a CBE and Welsh rugby great Gareth Edwards received a knighthood.
2016: Andy Murray teamed back up with former coach Ivan Lendl.
Pat Jennings (soccer) - former Tottenham, Arsenal and Northern Ireland goalkeeper who won 119 international caps and was the first British or Irish player to appear in 1,000 matches, born 1945.
Javed Miandad (cricket) - former Pakistan batsman and coach, born 1957.
Peter Such (cricket) - former England spinner, born 1964.
Terry Alderman (cricket) - former Australia bowler who ended his career with 170 Test wickets, born 1956.
Thomas Sorensen (soccer) - former Denmark, Sunderland, Aston Villa and Stoke goalkeeper, born 1976.
Lewis Moody (rugby union) - former Leicester and Bath flanker, a World Cup winner with England in 2003, born 1978.
Marco Bortolami (rugby union) - former Italy captain, born 1980.
Bryan Habana (rugby union) - South Africa's World Cup-winning winger who plays for Toulon, born 1983.
Eren Derdiyok (soccer) - Galatasaray and Switzerland striker, born 1988.
Philippe Coutinho (soccer) - Brazil and Barcelona - former Liverpool - playmaker, born 1992.
1 Who came second in the overall standings in last year's Tour de France?
2 Clarence Seedorf managed which football club in 2014?
3 Retired tennis player Radek Stepanek is from which European country?
4 Where were the 2004 Summer Olympics held?
5 Jake Connor plays rugby for which Super League side?
SPORT ON TV
Today (Tuesday, June 12)
CRICKET: Women's one-day international, England v South Africa - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Cricket 1230.
SOCCER: Women's World Cup qualifier, Wales v Russia - BBC Two Wales 1845.
TENNIS: WTA, Libema Open - BT Sport 1 1330.
HORSE RACING: Live from Lingfield Park, Roscommon and Southwell - Sky Sports Action 1900.
BASEBALL: MLB, Atlanta Braves v New York Mets - BT Sport/ESPN 0030 (Wed).
Tomorrow (Wednesday, June 13)
CRICKET: First one-day international, England v Australia - Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Cricket 1230.
TENNIS: WTA, Libema Open - BT Sport 1 1000.
MOTOR RACING: Le Mans 24 Hours, practice session - Eurosport 1 1500; First qualifying session - Eurosport 1 2100.
CYCLING: Tour of Slovenia - Eurosport 2 1430.
BASEBALL: MLB, Baltimore Orioles v Boston Red Sox - BT Sport/ESPN 2000; New York Yankees v Washington Nationals - BT Sport/ESPN 0000 (Thurs).
1 Colombia's Rigoberto Uran; 2 AC Milan; 3 Czech Republic; 4 Athens; 5 Hull FC.