THE SUN: Roy Keane was last night hit by a five-match ban and record £150,000 fine.

DAILY MIRROR: England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson confessed yesterday that David Beckham is a lousy tackler.

DAILY STAR: The FA last night went soft on hard man Roy Keane.

DAILY MAIL: Emile Heskey gave England cause for concern last night after pulling out of training with a groin injury.

DAILY EXPRESS: Sven-Goran Eriksson has called on decent England fans to drown out the thugs and bigots who have left the country's image battered.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: After 18 months of living in England, Sven-Goran Eriksson has reached the conclusion that though everyone in this country drives on the left, no one can play there.

THE GUARDIAN: Francis Jeffers struck a hat-trick last night as he produced his second fine performance in a week to underline his value to David Platt's side.

THE INDEPENDENT: After nine months and six matches without a win under Berti Vogts, Scotland last night recorded their second victory in four days to warm a sell-out crowd on a cold Edinburgh evening.

THE TIMES: Stig Tofting, the shaven-headed Denmark international, was yesterday jailed for four months for assault but will still be able to play for Bolton Wanderers in the Barclaycard Premiership on Sunday.