Sports Quiz of the Year 2014 - part two: The Answers

The 50 answers to our bumper second part of our sport quiz of the year

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Here are the answers to our Sports Quiz of the Year - part two.

Who did it?

1 The England cricket team, who lost the AshesTest series 5-0 and won their first match of the tour in the fourth ODI in Adelaide

2 Chelsea’s Jose Mourinho

3 Stan Wawrinka, who said that RogerFederer’s wife, Mirka, had called out during their semi-final at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London

4 Brazil, beaten 7-1 by Germany in World Cup semi

5 The England cricketer Ben Stokes, who missed the World Twenty20 after damaging his wrist following a first-ball dismissal at the end of England’s series against West Indies

6 Gerry McIlroy, who in 2004 bet that his son Rory would win the Open within 10 years

7 Ashley Cole

8 Tom Daley, who admitted that he felt paralysed with nerves every time he attempted a “twister” dive

9 Sandro Rosell, the president of Barcelona, who signed the Brazilian player Neymar

10 Mark Selby, who beat Ronnie O’Sullivan to win the world snooker championship

11 Andy Murray

12 The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews

13 Usain Bolt was the fourth member of the Jamaican sprint relay squad who won gold at the Commonwealth Games

14 Australia, trained by Aidan O’Brien and ridden by his son Joseph, won the Derby at Epsom

15 Members of Fifa’s executive committee, who had been given the watches during the World Cup in Brazil

16 Mudassar Bukhari, who used to work for Burger King, led the Dutch bowling attack as the England cricket team were dismissed for 88 and beaten by 45 runs at the World Twenty20

17 The boxer Kell Brook

18 Kevin Pietersen’s autobiography

19 Referee Howard Webb

20 Jo Pavey, who won the 10,000m gold at the European athletics championships

21 The Ryder Cup. Sir Alex Ferguson talked to the European team and US Army and Marines veterans talked to the Americans

22 Fulham, who appointed Felix Magath as manager

23 Rafael Nadal

24 Referee Mark Clattenburg was dropped from the following weekend’s Premier League fixtures after travelling alone in his car, without his assistants, to a match at West Bromwich in order to be home in time to attend the concert

25 Nicolas Anelka, who made the controversial and allegedly anti-Semitic gesture after scoring for West Bromwich Albion against West Ham.

Who said it?

1 Steven Gerrard on the two goals by Uruguay’s Luis Suarez that beat England at the World Cup

2 Alastair Cook, the England cricket captain, after winning the Test series against India

3 Arsene Wenger after his touchline clash with Jose Mourinho

4 Adam Gemili after winning the 200m gold medal at the European athletics championships

5 Lewis Hamilton on being ordered by Mercedes to allow his team-mate, Nico Rosberg, to overtake him at the Hungarian Grand Prix

6 Gus Poyet after his Sunderland team lost 8-0 to Southampton

7 Nick Kyrgios after beating Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon

8 Stuart Broad after taking a hat-trick for England in the Second Test against Sri Lanka at Headingley

9 One of the emails sent by the Premier League’s Richard Scudamore – this one was to a lawyer friend and a colleague - for which he later apologised for causing any offence

10 Ivan Lendl explains why he is no longer coaching Andy Murray

11 Gareth Bale after helping Real Madrid win the Champions League

12 Uwe Rosler, manager of Wigan Athletic, who beat Manchester City in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup

13 Rory McIlroy after winning the Open

14 Jonathan Trott

15 Tim Sherwood, head coach at Tottenham Hotspur

16 Lizzy Yarnold afterwinning gold in the skeleton event at the Winter Olympics

17 Kevin Pietersen after being told that his England cricket career was over

18 Neil Warnock, in his role as a radio pundit, gives his verdict on Jason Puncheon’s penalty miss for Crystal Palace at Tottenham Hotspur

19 Charlotte Edwards, captain of the England women’s cricket team, after their Ashes victory over Australia

20 Wayne Rooney after his Manchester United team were beaten 3-0 by Liverpool at Old Trafford

21 Steven Gerrard after Liverpool narrowly failed to win the Premier League

22 Alastair Cook after the England cricket team lost the Ashes series 5-0 in Australia

23 Chelsea’s Jose Mourinho plays down his title chances

24 Brian O’Driscoll on helping Ireland win rugby union’s Six Nations title in the last

match of his career

25 Aaron Ramsey after scoring the winning goal for Arsenal in the FA Cup final.