Tiger Woods' attempt to win a fifth Masters title continued last night after the world number one survived the threat of disqualification for taking an incorrect drop during his second round on Friday. Also: Wigan's FA Cup semi-final victory was overshadowed by the worst crowd disorder seen inside the new Wembley Stadium after Millwall fans became involved in serious fighting with police and each other.
:MAIL ON SUNDAY:
Tiger Woods. the world's number one golfer, controversially escaped being disqualified from the Masters yesterday. Also: Wigan secured their first FA Cup final berth last night, goals from Shaun Maloney and Callum McManaman sealing the semi-final tie against a hard-working but ultimately outclassed Millwall side.
Gareth Bale will quit Tottenham Hotspur this summer - if they fail to qualify for next season's Champions League. Also: Tiger Woods' bid for a fifth Masters title remained alive in controversial circumstances yesterday after he escaped disqualification for taking an incorrect drop during his second round.
THE SUN ON SUNDAY:
Vicious Millwall fans shamed football by turning Wembley into a bloodbath. Also: Tony Pulis faces the sack at Stoke - if they get tonked by Manchester United today.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
Man City will offer Sergio Aguero a massive five-year £44million deal this the summer to keep him away from Real Madrid. Also: Millwall thugs fought battles with each other in disgraceful scenes at Wembley yesterday.
What rules controversy? Tiger Woods goes into the final day of the Masters just four shots off the lead when he might have been taking the kids to the park as a disqualified golfer. Also: A day of history for Wigan Athletic, who will play in the FA Cup final next month and quite possibly in the Europa League next season, was marred by the first serious outbreak of hooliganism at the new Wembley, as Millwall supporters were involved in a long period of fighting at one end of the ground and 10 fans were arrested.
Nick Faldo claimed Tiger Woods should have pulled out of the -US Masters last night after being found guilty of breaking the rules. Also: Paolo Di Canio and Alan Pardew have both appealed for calm ahead of today's tinderbox Tyne-Wear derby clash.
If Brandt Snedeker is to fall short at the culmination of the 77th Masters, it will not be down to a lack of determination. Snedeker and Angel Cabrera, a former champion, head the Augusta leaderboard at seven under par after the third round. Also: Millwall have said they will issue life bans to the supporters whose "deplorable" violence overshadowed Wigan's FA Cup semi-final win and left its stain as the worst crowd disorder seen inside the new Wembley.
THE SUNDAY TIMES:
Fighting among Millwall fans disrupted yesterday's FA Cup semi-final against Wigan Athletic. Also: Tiger Woods split the world of golf and utterly overshadowed The Masters at Augusta after breaking the rules in his second round.
Real Madrid are plotting a £50million raid on Spurs for Gareth Bale and Andre Villas-Boas. Also: Millwall fans shamed their club as the new Wembley Stadium witnessed its worst outbreaks of violence.