Lewis Hamilton Wins Thrilling Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after Max Verstappen Collision

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Teemu Pukki shot straight at Hugo Lloris, and Norwich should have been ahead by the time Moura scored his first Premier League goal since February.

Davinson Sanchez doubled the lead when Norwich failed to deal with a corner, before Son made it 3-0 with a stunning finish.

They missed a fantastic opportunity to equalize when Republic of Ireland forward Adam Idah, 20, shot wide from close range before Sanchez made it 2-0.

But it didn’t happen right away. Verstappen slowed to relinquish the lead to Hamilton after Red Bull instructed him to do so on the run to the final corner, and the Briton collided with him, damaging his front wing.

They continued with Verstappen in the lead until six laps later, when the Dutchman relinquished the lead.

The nature of Verstappen’s behavior will reignite debate about whether it is fair for him to drive the way he does, never backing down in wheel-to-wheel collisions even when other drivers would recognize their competitor had won the corner.

Source: BBC Sport

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