On this day 10 May 1998 (Exactly 21 years ago) Former Ghanaian long distance runner, Frederick Adongo ran 3000m National Record of 8:41.83 in Marieta, United States.
On this day 10 May 2002 (Exactly 17 years ago) Joseph Agbeko TKOs Sabin Marius Bornei of Romania in round 6 at Britania Hotel, Milwall, London, United Kingdom for World Boxing Federation (WBF) World Bantamweight title.
On this day 10 May 1978 (Exactly 41 years ago) Liverpool FC won the 22nd
European Champion Clubs’ Cup (now Champions League) after beating Club Brugge 1 – 0 at Wembley, London. Kenny Dalglish scored the only goal of the match in the 64th minute.
On this day 10 May 1989 (Exactly 30 years ago) FC Barcelona won the 29th edition of the European Cup Winner’s Cup beating Sampdoria of Italy 2 -0 at the Wankdorp Stadium in Bern, Germany.
Julio Salinas (4)
Luiz Lopez Berkate (88)
On this day 10 May 1995 (Exactly 24 years ago) Real Zaragoza of Spain won the 35th European Cup Winner’s Cup against Arsenal of England 2-1 in Paris
The first half was goalless. In the second half, Real Zaragoza’s Juan Esnáider opened the scoring, before John Hartson scored Arsenal’s equaliser. The game went into extra time and looked to be heading to a penalty shoot-out. However, with seconds remaining, former Tottenham midfielder, Nayim, scored a last-minute goal with a 40-yard lob over Arsenal goalkeeper, David Seaman, securing the win for Real Zaragoza
On this day 10 May 2018 Exactly a year ago) Rafael Nadal broke John McEnroe’s 34-year-old record for successive set wins on a single surface (49 on carpet) with 6-3, 6-4 win over Diego Schwartzman at the Madrid Open (clay)
Nadal win over Argentine Diego Schwartzman in Madrid to took his winning streak to 50 sets in a row on clay.
On this day 10 May 1956 (Exactly 64 years ago) Tommy Burns, the only Canadian – born World Heavyweight champion boxer died of heart attack whiles visiting a church friend in Vancouver at the age of 73.
On this day 10 May 2000 (Exactly 19 years ago) Manny Pacquiao married Jinkee Capena Jamora (now Jinkee Jamora – Pacquiao).
BY: GEORGE ‘Alan Green’ MAHAMAH