From the Back Pages, May 6: Crystal Palace turn the title dream into crying game for Luis Suarez

From the back pages
From the back pages

In the space of a maddening ten minutes at a rowdy, raucous Selhurst Park, Liverpool’s players went from dreaming the impossible dream, of winning the Barclays Premier League title on goal difference, to sinking to their knees in despair. (The Times)

MANCHESTER CITY’S Samir Nasri took to Twitter to rub salt into Liverpool wounds on Monday by declaring his love for Crystal Palace. (The Express)

Thomas Muller given ultimatum by Bayern Munich chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge as striker sets sights on £37m reunion with Louis van Gaal at Manchester United. (Daily Mail)

Elena Baltacha dead: Former British No1 tennis player dies of liver cancer aged 30 – just two months after revealing condition. (The Independent)

Jonny Bairstow rapped out a timely reminder to the England selectors with an impressive 95 against Durham. (The Mirror)

Mark Selby won his first World Championship title after an enthralling final that ended 18-14 in frames. (The Guardian)

Southampton stars fear that Mauricio Pochettino, their manager, wants to succeed Tim Sherwood at Tottenham Hotspur. (The Telegraph)