From the Back Pages, November 24: Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton hails ‘greatest day of my life’

From the back pages
From the back pages

Lewis Hamilton hailed the “greatest day of his life” on Sunday after surging to a second world championship which puts him among the greatest ever to race in Formula One. (The Telegraph)

Prince Harry was the first man to congratulate Lewis Hamilton on becoming a multiple-time F1 world champion - but thanked him for not making it a nervous showdown. (The Mirror)

Crystal Palace 3-1 Liverpool: Selhurst Park curse strikes again as Brendan Rodgers’ men throw away lead after Rickie Lambert strike. (Daily Mail)

Brendan Rodgers admitted that he was not immune from the sack after Liverpool slumped to a demoralising 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace and he called for an immediate improvement from his side in Wednesday’s crucial Champions League match against Ludogorets. (The Guardian)

GOALS from Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen cancelled out Jake Livermore’s opener to earn Tottenham a 2-1 win over Hull. (The Express)

Tony Bellew dredged up a revenge points win over Nathan Cleverly to move into world cruiserweight title contention at the Echo Arena in Liverpool. (The Independent)

A week that began with Roger Federer seemingly at war with his principal team-mate and so badly incapacitated that he was rated doubtful to play ended with Switzerland celebrating their first Davis Cup triumph yesterday. (The Times)