Sports quiz of the week: Liverpool v Man Utd, Lucas Piazon and Andy Murray

Paul Campbell
·5-min read
<span>Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/AFP/Getty Images</span>
Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/AFP/Getty Images
  1. Ole Gunnar Solskjær takes his Manchester United team to Anfield on Sunday. Who has scored a hat-trick for Liverpool while playing against a team managed by Solskjær?

    1. Mo Salah

    2. Dirk Kuyt

    3. Luis Suárez

    4. Fernando Torres

  2. Jürgen Klopp has been making noises about the number of penalties Manchester United are awarded. Which club has scored the most penalties in the history of the Premier League?

    1. Liverpool

    2. Chelsea

    3. Manchester United

    4. Arsenal

  3. Manchester United are top of the Premier League for the first time in a long time. They are also top of the Women’s Super League. Which clubs make up the top four?

    1. Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City

    2. Liverpool, Leicester City and Manchester City

    3. Everton, Reading and Birmingham City

    4. Brighton, West Ham and Bristol City

  4. Andy Murray has tested positive for Covid-19 and might not be able to compete in the Australian Open next month. Murray has never won the tournament. How many times has he reached the final?

    1. One

    2. Three

    3. Five

    4. Seven

  5. Lucas Piazon has finally left Chelsea after nearly a decade at the club. The Brazilian forward signed for Chelsea in 2012 and made his debut while still a teenager. How many senior appearances did he make for Chelsea in his nine years at the club?

    1. One

    2. Three

    3. Seven

    4. Fourteen

  6. Which Premier League team has not won or lost a league game since before Christmas?

    1. Tottenham

    2. Fulham

    3. Liverpool

    4. Southampton

  7. A footballer was fined by his club after the FA Cup tie between Fulham and QPR last weekend. What did he do wrong?

    1. He hugged a mascot after scoring a goal

    2. He failed to take a knee before the game

    3. He was caught on camera telling the referee to “do one, baldy”

    4. He watched the match from the stands

  8. If it was Melbourne in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, and then Spielberg in 2020, where will it be in 2021?

    1. Sydney

    2. Bahrain

    3. Monaco

    4. São Paulo

  9. Sheffield United have finally won a league game. After 17 matches without a win in the Premier League, they beat Newcastle 1-0 on Tuesday night thanks to a goal from a dubious penalty. Their start to the season was the worst ever recorded in the Premier League but it’s not quite an all-time record in the top flight. Which club once went 22 games without a win at the start of a season?

    1. Aston Villa

    2. Bolton Wanderers

    3. Notts County

    4. West Ham United

  10. John Terry and Lee Westwood have agreed to team up later this year. Why?

    1. To launch a fashion range called “England’s No1”

    2. To start a non-league football club in Surrey

    3. To release a craft beer called “Captains, Leaders, Legends”

    4. To help the England team at the Rugby League World Cup


1:C - Solskjær was on the wrong side of a 6-3 defeat against Liverpool in 2014 when he was in charge of Cardiff City. Solskjær’s team took the lead twice in the game but Liverpool fought back to win thanks to a hat-trick from Suárez, a brace from Martin Skrtel and a goal from Daniel Sturridge., 2:A - Liverpool have scored a record 160 penalties since the Premier League began in 1992., 3:A - United's women’s team are doing every bit as well as the men’s side. They are still unbeaten in the Women’s Super League this season., 4:C - Murray was a beaten finalist in Melbourne in 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2016., 5:B - Two appearances in the League Cup and one in the Premier League. Funnily enough, his record in a Chelsea shirt is exceptional. Piazon played in a 6-0 win against Wolves, a game in which Chelsea knocked Manchester United out of the League Cup, and an 8-0 hammering of Aston Villa., 6:B - Fulham have drawn their last five matches: 1-1, 1-1, 0-0, 0-0 and 1-1. Despite going unbeaten for so long, they are still in the relegation zone., 7:D - Eberechi Eze, who now plays for Crystal Palace, was pictured at his former club's match with no mask on and without observing social distancing rules., 8:B - Bahrain will host the first race of the Formula One season this year., 9:B - Bolton had a very strange season in 1902-03. After going without a win for 22 games, they won eight of their next 11 games (although they still finished bottom of the table)., 10:D - England manager Shaun Wane says he wants to bring various English athletes into the set-up to help his team at their home World Cup. Speaking of Terry, he said: “I’ve been having lots of Zoom calls with people like John. He’s going to come up to training at some point. He’s really keen, he’s really smart and he loves our way of thinking in rugby league. He’s got a real understanding about rugby league and he loves the game. I ask him regular questions and vice versa. We learn from each other. He’s a very proud Englishman, as is Lee.”


  1. 1 and above.

    Don't worry. Some people will have done even worse

  2. 2 and above.

    Don't worry. Some people will have done even worse

  3. 3 and above.

    Don't worry. Some people will have done even worse

  4. 4 and above.

    Don't worry. Some people will have done even worse

  5. 5 and above.

    Not bad. But not great

  6. 6 and above.

    A decent score. Well played. Have a good weekend

  7. 7 and above.

    A fine score. Well played. Have a good weekend

  8. 8 and above.

    A mighty score. Well played. Have a good weekend

  9. 9 and above.

    A mighty score. Well played. Have a great weekend

  10. 0 and above.


  11. 10 and above.

    A perfect score. Well played. Have a great weekend