BBC Sport’s Quarantine Quiz1:02:493 April 20203 April 2020Got a TV Licence?You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.Find out moreLive ReportingBy Tom RostanceAll times stated are UKPosted at 19:5119:51Good night!Right, that’s us signing off from the page but you can keep your scores…
Right, that’s us signing off from the page but you can keep your scores coming in to #bbcsportquiz on social media.
Hope you enjoyed that, it killed the best part of an hour didn’t it.
It’s going to be on every week until SPORT RETURNS. We can’t wait.
See you later everyone!
GillMilne: Thank you – we enjoyed that but only got 16!
Joe Robinson: The Robinson Boys got 27/37.. solid effort.
Amanda Brewerton: Well that was fun.
I’m not as stupid as my son thought I was.
27, not bad. We want 30 and up though. We want winners on this page.
Sarah Moon: Total of 20.5 for us, back next week thank you thank you thank you.
Liam Brusby: A combined total of 17 points! Not too shabby I think!
The real Dave Golder: Well I got a decent 27.
Your total will be out of 37
*Make sure you take a picture of your answer sheet and we’ll retweet some of the highest scorers
*We will be back every Friday at 8pm – make sure you come back and join in, tell your mates
We all want to know now Anna…
Which athletics star said this after winning a World Championship title in 2019: “I didn’t want to cry but it was definitely good tears…I’ve cried enough now to last me a career”.
ANSWER: British heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson
Who said the infamous line: “Lions don’t compare themselves to humans”.
B. Zlatan Ibrahimovic
We asked and you are delivering…
Which Sports Personality of the Year winner said this during their acceptance speech: “My friend sent me an article which said I was duller than a weekend in Worthing…”
ANSWER: Andy Murray after he won the BBC award in 2015
James Gallagher: Four middle aged blokes have struggled to get the video calling to work to do this quiz but loving it so far.
Janet Lake: Shout out to Mr Bradbury from Bulmershe School PE for suggesting the children take part in the #bbcsportquiz
Which female footballer said this after receiving criticism for her goal celebration: “My celebration was actually more about ‘that’s the tea’ – telling a story, spreading news. Sophie Turner does it quite often, she’s one of my favourite actresses.”
ANSWER: Alex Morgan – the American striker celebrated her goal against England at the 2019 Women’s World Cup by sipping tea
Which boxer said this: “Shame on you, you let a fat man beat you.”
ANSWER: Tyson Fury to Wladimir Klitschko
In response to the question, “What would you be if you weren’t a footballer?” which former Premier League star said “A virgin”.
A. Peter Crouch