Who said what in sport this weekend:
“Round One was multiple different punches that I wasn’t ready for. But I have refocused and we’ve just been on point here right through the weekend.”
— World champion Lewis Hamiton explains how he bounced back from defeat in the season-opening Austria Grand Prix to win two races in a row, including Sunday’s race in Hungary.
“It wasn’t how I wanted it, of course, but the mechanics did an amazing job to fix the car so to pay them back with second place is great.”
— Red Bull driver Max Verstappen after finishing a remarkable second in the Hungarian Grand Prix after his team repaired severe damage to his car’s suspension on the grid after the Dutchman hit a barrier on the warmup lap.
“It’s the most beautiful day of my life.”
— An ecstatic Fabio Quartararo after the 21-year-old became the first Frenchman to win a MotoGP since 1999. His victory in the season-opening Spanish Grand Prix marks him out as the main challenger to current world champion Marc Marquez.
“We have a final to play this season and we will try and win a title for this club because this club deserves to win a trophy,” Luiz told BT Sport.
— Arsenal defender David Luiz after the Gunners stunned holders Manchester City 2-0 at a spectator-less Wembley to reach the 21st FA Cup final of their history.
“I’m never that bothered about the individual prizes and I would have preferred it to have come with a league title like before.”
— Lionel Messi after assuring himself of the ‘Pichichi’ trophy for La Liga’s top scorer for the seventh time with a double in a 5-0 win at lowly Alaves.
“Where we are at, it is going to happen that we have some bad displays … But to do that against Manchester United, I’m delighted and very proud … We have leaders, you can’t compare across eras but we have leaders in the team. It was a performance full of character and personality.”
— Frank Lampard hails his Chelsea players after they dominate Manchester United 3-1 in Wembley’s other semi-final.
“I felt under a bit of pressure. You do feel an added mental pressure to hit your straps and it’s different to bowling in a net.”
— Stuart Broad on returning to the England team for the second West Indies Test after being dropped for the first, before taking three wickets in 14 balls.