Winners and losers of the last seven days

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David Seaman

Not just for his brilliance on the field, but for inspiring a marvellous television spat between Jimmy Hill and Alan Hansen about whether he should or shouldn't have hurtled out of his area to make a last-ditch tackle on Saturday. As it saved an obvious goal, you might have thought the answer was clear, but not to our Jimmy.

Stuart Pearce

Was his celebration of his penalty six years after the Turin miss the highlight of the tournament so far? Probably not quite, but still pretty close

Dickie Bird

Accorded a reception at Lord's - from players as well as spectators - which few sportsmen ever receive, let alone officials, he was still up to giving the England captain out five balls into the match


Bob Wilson

For absolutely outstanding dullness as an anchor-man for the biggest sports event in Britain for 30 years - a mind-boggling achievement.

Mary Joe Fernandez

Who won just two games and lasted a mere 45 minutes as Monica Seles wiped the Eastbourne lawns with her in the final of the women's tennis there on Saturday.