Sports quiz of the week: Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and King Arthur

Who has ‘many dreams’? Where did Saracens win? And who earned $£55,000?

Chelsea are not the only club to have secured the league title on a Friday night. Which team won it on 26 May 1989?

Liverpool

Arsenal

Leeds

Everton

Spurs were unbeaten at home in the league this season, a feat they had not achieved since 1964-65. Where did they finish in the First Division that season?

First

Fourth

Sixth

Eighth

Why has Seattle Seahawks running back Eddy Lacy been given a $55,000 bonus?

For going a whole year without swearing on a TV

For not being arrested during the duration of his contact

For signing 1,000 signed photographs of himself

For weighing 255lb (18.2 stones) or less

The Premier League has never been won by an English manager. How many Italian managers have won it?

Two

Three

Four

Five

In which city did Saracens become European champions?

Edinburgh

Paris

Glasgow

Doha

N’Golo Kanté has won back-to-back titles with Leicester City and Chelsea. Who won back-to-back titles with Chelsea and Leicester City?

Asmir Begovic

Robert Huth

Esteban Cambiasso

Mark Schwarzer

Who said: “If this is what it takes to rise up again, then I am in it all the way, everyday. No words, games, or actions will ever stop me from reaching my own dreams. And I have many”?

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Canelo Álvarez

David Moyes

Maria Sharapova

Which of these footballers has made the most appearances for the club he is leaving this summer?

John Terry at Chelsea

Philipp Lahm at Bayern Munich

Francesco Totti at Roma

Pablo Zabaleta at Manchester City

Which sportsman was the inspiration for actor Charlie Hunnam as he played King Arthur in Guy Ritchie’s new film?

David Beckham

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Tyson Fury

Conor McGregor

Which club can still win a treble this season?

Ajax

Manchester United

Real Madrid

Juventus

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