What Sunday’s papers are saying:
SUNDAY MIRROR: Frank Lampard hailed an historic win as England beat the world champions at Wembley. Also: Newcastle managing director Derek Llambias stunned Toon Army fans by unleashing an astonishing, foul-mouthed rant in public on Geordie icons Alan Shearer and Kevin Keegan.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY: Stand-in England skipper Frank Lampard stooped to conquer World and European champions Spain at Wembley last night. Also: Nigel de Jong is a shock £20m target for Real Madrid... Sir Alex Ferguson has pin-pointed Ajax teenage midfield sensation Christian Eriksen as Manchester United’s top transfer target.
MAIL ON SUNDAY: Martin Johnson’s future will be decided within days after further damaging details in the Mike Tindall affair were revealed to the England team manager during a bruising Twickenham inquiry into the World Cup debacle. Also: Fabio Capello missed his son’s wedding - but enjoyed the rare treat of seeing England beat the world champions at Wembley.
SUNDAY EXPRESS: Spain boss Vicente Del Bosque put the boot firmly into England’s hopes of Euro glory last night. Also: Dumped England skipper Mike Tindall is fearing for his club future - as Gloucester also consider whether to keep the shamed rugby star.
THE PEOPLE: Manchester City believe Carlos Tevez, AWOL in Argentina, will never return to the club. Also: Frank Lampard headed England to a shock victory over Spain - their first victory over a team of reigning world champions for 31 years.
THE OBSERVER: At least Fabio Capello can stick out his chin and look his family in the eye. Also: An afternoon that got off to an inauspicious start, when stewards confiscated a banner protesting against Welsh involvement in Team GB at the Olympic Games, ended on a much happier note, as Gary Speed celebrated another highly impressive performance from a side who are growing in confidence with every game.
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: Fabio Capello has vowed to take England’s new generation to Euro 2012 after they helped England to a surprise win over World and European champions Spain at Wembley yesterday. Also: Double world record-holder Usain Bolt wants to win a total of four gold medals at next summer’s London Olympics by adding the 4x400 metres relay to his race schedule.
INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY: Harry Redknapp, the favourite to succeed Fabio Capello as England manager next year, will face trial in January on charges of tax evasion. Also: Two former Pakistan cricketers convicted of fixing part of a Test match against England have asked to be returned to their home country, to serve the remainder of their sentence.
SUNDAY TIMES: Fabio Capello hailed Scott Parker as “incredible” and talked up a new generation of players after shocking Spain at Wembley. Also: Harry Redknapp, the Tottenham manager, will stand trial for tax evasion on January 23, 2012.