By: Mazizi Ndzimela | Mon 18 May 2015, 10:08
It was a memorable sporting weekend as we witnessed champions shine on SuperSport, while some teams failed to live up to expectations causing much heartache for their fans.
Never walk alone
We also witnessed Steven Gerrard's final match in Liverpool colours, the only team he has played for since beginning his professional career in 1998 .
Players took to social media to pay tribute to the skipper.
No words needed https://t.co/HJIIGXQkSb— Mario Balotelli (@FinallyMario) May 17, 2015
The greatest player to ever wear a Liverpool shirt. Wish I was there to share his last moments and… https://t.co/d91gPns1KW— Daniel Sturridge (@D_Sturridge) May 16, 2015
An inspiration, an example , a Legend ! #StevenGerrard— Sheyi Ojo (@sheyi_ojo) May 16, 2015
What a man he is. #Gerrard— Jordan Williams (@J8williams) May 16, 2015
Strange to think Stevie will no longer wear the red of LFC. He's been the clubs icon for many a year… https://t.co/txwGBc2wks— Brad Jones (@Brad_Jones1) May 16, 2015
Highlights from the Liverpool legend's final game against Crystal Palace, are available on DStv Catch Up on the DStv Explora until Thursday 21 May.
La Liga legends
Barcelona won their 23rd Spanish La Liga title with a game to spare, after defeating Atletico de Madrid 1-0 at Vicente Calderon. The highlights from this game are available on the DStv Explora until Thursday 21 May.
The world of rugby was shocked to its core as USA defeated Australia 22-45 to win the London Sevens (highlighs avialable on the DStv Explora until Thursday 21 May). In the Super Rugby competition, all South African teams lost their games to wrap up a disastrous weekend for the Cheetahs, Lions, Sharks and Bulls.
You can analyse the game between the Bulls and Blues with highlights available on DStv Up on the DStv Explora until Tuesday 19 May and the rest of the Super Rugby games featuring South African teams will be safely stored until Thursday 20 May.