WINNERS & LOSERS

A WEEKEND is a long time in sport – as this lot will attest. But while for some it was one to remember, others may wish they had never ­­­set foot out of the house. Here are this weekend’s heroes and villains.

WINNER
MATTEO MANASSERO
At the tender age of 17 years and 188 days, Manassero yesterday became the youngest man to win a European Tour title when the Italian prodigy claimed the Castello Masters.

WINNER
KENNY MILLER
Former Celtic striker Miller scored twice yesterday at his old stomping ground as Rangers won 3-1, ending the Bhoys’ 16-game winning streak and maintaining their own immaculate season.

WINNER
ROGER FEDERER
Another week, another milestone. The Swiss great’s victory at the Stockholm Open took him level with Pete Sampras on 64 ATP Tour titles, meaning only three men have won more than Fed.

LOSER
JENSON BUTTON
Well, it was nice while it lasted. Barring a frankly unimaginable sequence of events, Button’s reign as world champion is set to end next month. Now can Hamilton make it three in a row for England?

LOSER
MARIO BEEN
Feyenoord boss Been cut a bedraggled figure, and spawned a million has-Been gags, after his once-proud side received a record 10-0 drubbing at the hands of merciless Eredivisie leaders PSV Eindhoven. Ouch.