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Carlo Ancelotti, David Miller and David Platt celebrate their birthdays. Here is a brief insight about their careers and what age they will be turning on this special day.
The Italian is a hugely successful football manager and former player who has won the European Cup as both. Celebrating his 56th birthday, Ancelotti, has managed in Italy, England, France and Spain, winning trophies in all.
He won two Champions League titles with Milan (2003, 2007) as well as Serie A in 2004. He won the Premier League and FA Cup double with Chelsea in 2010 and the 2013 Ligue 1 title as PSG manager. In 2014 he led Real Madrid to La Decima, their 10th European Cup.
Although renowned as a coach, he was an accomplished player, winning 26 caps for Italy and featuring in the hugely successful AC Milan team of the 1980s.
He played for Parma and Roma, where he won the 1983 Scudetto and four Coppa Italias. At the Rossoneri he won back to back European Cups in 1989/90 and played for Italy at the 1990 World Cup.
The South African cricketer turns 26. The left-hander is nicknamed 'Killer Miller', and plays for the Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He got his nickname for an innings of 101* of 38 balls to help Punjab beat the Royal Challengers Bangalore where they needed 96 runs in the last 7 overs.
Platt celebrates his 49th birthday. He is a retired English footballer who played at both professional and international levels as a midfielder. He is now the head coach of FC Pune City which play in the Indian Super League.
Anybody remember this goal?
In 2007 Lewis Hamilton won the Canadian Grand Prix on June 10 to take a strong grip on the 2015 Formula One World Championship, and Montreal will always hold a special place in the heart of the British driver.
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Hamilton was just 22 when he won his first F1 race. Then with McLaren, Hamilton beat BMW Sauber’s Nick Heidfeld and Williams’ Alexander Wurz.
Although he started on pole it was hardly plain sailing for Hamilton, with Fernando Alonso attempting to pass him on turn one and the safety car called out an unprecedented four times. In total, 10 drivers failed to finish the race, six of them because of accidents, in an incident-packed spectacle.
Other memorable events on this day:
1829: The first Oxford versus Cambridge Boat Race took place over a course from Hambledon Lock to Henley Bridge.
1977: Al Geiberger became the first man to shoot a sub-60 round on the US Tour when he recorded a 59 in the Danny Thomas Golf Classic at the Colonial course in Memphis, Tennessee.
1981: Sebastian Coe ran 800 metres in a world-record time of one minute 41.73 seconds in Florence. The record stood until August 1993.
1991: England beat West Indies by 115 runs in the first Test at Headingley to record their first home win over the tourists since 1969.
2008: David Villa scored a hat-trick as Spain, the eventual champions, got their Euro 2008 challenge off to a flying start with a 4-1 win against Russia in Innsbruck.
2010: New Real Madrid manager Rafael Benitez was confirmed as the new manager of European champions Inter Milan. The Spaniard would go on to last a mere five months.