1. In a domestic game while playing for Barcelona, Maradona faced one of the ruthless, merciless defenders to ever play the game, this defender broke Maradona’s ankle in a two footed challenge from the back. This defender keeps the boot that made the contact in a glass display case at his house (how charming ). The question is who was that horrible defender and what was his nick name? 2. Widely considered as one of the worst tackles of the history of football, Battiston of France had only been on the pitch for 5 minutes when goalkeeper Harald Schumacher, without trying to hit the ball, smashed him in the face with his forearm, Battiston was knocked down unconscious. A French newspaper poll asked who was the least popular man in France, Hitler came in second place after Schumacher . Asked what happened Battiston said the only thing he recalls was that he crashed with a very BIG object . The question is what was the referee decision? 3. In 1984 the Portland Trailblazer made one of the biggest mistakes of the history of NBA, what was that mistake? 4. Known as Mr. Triple Double, His all-around play inspired the addition of the term "triple-double" to basketball's lexicon, Earvin "Magic" Johnson won the NBA championchips five times with LA Lakers. The question is how many times did he win the Most Valuable Player Award AND the Finals MVP Award? 5. In the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City a new World record was recorded in one of the games (athletics) this world record remained unbroken for 23 years, it was only broken in 1991 and the record still stands till now. The question is in which game is that record and what is the names of the old and new record holders?