This day in History: 1st September

Daniel Sturridge turns 24 today.

Daniel Sturridge turns 24 today.

Football:

1989: Daniel Sturridge was born on this date. He is an English player, who currently plays for Liverpool as a striker.

1983: Jose Antonio Reyes was born today. The Spanish footballer has played for teams like Arsenal and Real Madrid. Currently he plays for Sevilla as a left winger.

Golf:

1946: 1st US Women’s Open Golf Championship won by Patty Berg.

Tennis:

1923: US beats Australia in tennis, for their 4th straight Davis Cup.

1987: 15-year-old Michael Chang becomes the youngest player to win US Tennis Open match.

Cricket:

1908: Amir Elahi was born today. He is one of the few players who has played Test cricket for two countries. He played one Test for India and 5 Tests for Pakistan.

1939: Last day of 1st-class cricket in England for 6 years due to Second World War.

Boxing:

1973: George Foreman KOs Jose “King” Roman in 1 for Heavyweight boxing title.

Basketball:

1966: Tim Hardaway, NBA guard for Miami Heat was born today. He was the second fastest to record 5000 points and 2500 assists in NBA History after Oscar Robertson.

 

Do check out the rest of the ‘This day in history‘ series.

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