From the back pages, June 2: Bernabye - Jose leaves after one last win

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JOSE MOURINHO bowed out from the Bernabeu on a high with a 4-2 victory against Osasuna. The Special One was taking charge of his last game as Real Madrid boss before his imminent return to Chelsea. (The Sun)

Warren Gatland has warned his British & Irish Lions to turn the other cheek and not react to provocation from Australian opponents in the forthcoming weeks. The Lions enjoyed a runaway 59-8 win over the Barbarians in their opening tour fixture, but their young fly-half, Owen Farrell, was caught up in an ugly first-half clash with his Saracens club-mate Schalk Brits. (Guardian)

Aidan O’Brien’s Irish stable have won a second successive Investec Derby at Epsom. Ruler Of The World, one of five runners from the Ballydoyle yard, took the classic at 7-1 under Ryan Moore. (The Times)

Bayern Munich completed an historic treble by defeating Stuttgart to add the DFB-Pokal trophy to the Champions League and Bundesliga titles they have already won this season. (Daily Mail)

RIO FERDINAND was last night slapped down by Football Association chairman David Bernstein and told he should know better after claiming English football needs a new coaching strategy to bring through a fresh generation of players. (The Express)