Boeta Dippenaar, who announced his retirement from international cricket in January 2008, represented South Africa in 38 Tests and his highest score in an innings was 177* against Bangladesh at Chittagong.
Germany, with three European titles to their kitty, is the team with most number of Euro titles.
Italian striker Francesco Totti was banned for 3 games by UEFA after spitting at Denmark`s Christian Poulsen in their Euro 2004 opening match.
Dirk Kuyt, who joined Liverpool in 2006, scored 51 goals in 208 appearances for the EPL club. He signed with Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü, a Turkish football club in June 2012.
Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds, who retired in February 2012, made his highest Test score of 162* against India at SCG in 2008.
Rafael Nadal’s first ATP tour match victory came at the age of 15 years when he defeated Uruguayan Ramon Delgado, 6-4, 6-4. His opponent was ranked 81 while his own ranking was 762 at that time.
Sachin Tendulkar, who made his debut against Pakistan in 1989, was clean bowled by another debutant Waqar Younis at the score of 15 runs.
Tino Best of West Indies scored 95 runs in the first innings of the third Test against England at Edgbaston in June 2012 while batting at No.11—a record at this position. The record was earlier held by Zaheer Khan of India.
Maria Sharapova of Russia, who completed career Grand Slam by winning French Open in 2012, has won four Grand Slam championships till date.
Mervyn Dillon, who represented West Indies in 38 Tests, took 131 wickets at 33.57. His best bowling figures in an innings read 5/71.
Kevin Arnott, who represented Zimbabwe in four Tests, was the first batsman from his country to face a ball in a Test match. He achieved this unique record in 1992 at Harare against India scoring 40 (176).
Johan Vonlanthen of Switzerland became the youngest ever player to score when he scored the equaliser against France at Euro 2004. He was 18yrs 141days old at the time.
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