Sports quiz of the week: generosity, injury, thuggery and history

Manchester is blue.

Manchester is blue. Photograph: Tom Flathers/Manchester City FC via Getty Images
How did tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas injure his father this week?
Manchester United were embarrassed by Manchester City in the League Cup this week. It was the first time they had conceded three goals in the first half of a match at Old Trafford since 1997, when Juninho, Emerson and Craig Hignett all scored for Middlesbrough in a Premier League game. What was the final score that day?
The Cleveland Cavaliers coach, John Beilein, apologised to his players this week after he called them a “bunch of thugs” in a team meeting. What excuse did he give?
Ivan Sunjic came on as a substitute for Birmingham against Blackburn in the FA Cup at the weekend. What happened two minutes later?
Why did cricketer Jos Buttler have to pay back 15% of his fee after the Test match between England and South Africa?
Sadio Mané was presented with the African Footballer of the Year award this week in Egypt. Two other players have won the award while at Liverpool: Mohamed Salah and…
Josh Jacobs signed a four-year contract with the Oakland Raiders this week that is worth nearly $12m. How did he celebrate?
The Supercopa de España – the Spanish version of the Community Shield – has traditionally been played in Spain. But not always. It is being played in Saudi Arabia this year. Which country hosted the game last year?
How did Leighton Bennett make history this week at the BDO World Darts Championship?
Mario Balotelli scored for Brescia against Lazio at the weekend. What made the goal so special?