The Sun: “Sergio Perez wins another boring Monaco Grand Prix. Despite the Schumacher crash, there were hardly any overtaking maneuvers throughout the race.”

Daily Mail: “Following Mick Schumacher’s shocking crash, Sergio Perez wins the delayed Monaco Grand Prix. Devastated Charles Leclerc finishes fourth after pit stop drama.”

The Guardian: “In a hard-fought championship, this was a potentially pivotal moment and Ferrari proved so inadequate that title contender Charles Leclerc was left screaming in frustration.”

L’Equipe: “Perez, the prince of the principality. Leclerc, still cursed. (…) Pole man Charles Leclerc, so often unlucky in Monaco, has finally seen the finish line of his home Grand Prix, but in a terribly frustrating fourth place for him.”

Le Figaro: “The perfect coup by Perez and Red Bull. Starting on the second row in Monaco is a real handicap, especially when there are two Ferraris on the front row. But Red Bull’s strategy worked perfectly.”

Marca: “Pérez gets an impossible win in Monaco. Getting to the top from third place in the Principality is not the order of the day, but Pérez deservedly did it.”

El País: “The bad luck that is chasing the Monegasque (Leclerc) seems to be the work of black magic (…) The chaos that reigned in Monte Carlo due to the bad weather confused Ferrari, clouded the view of its strategists and ensured that that Leclerc was even angrier than last week at the Barcelona circuit.”

La Repubblica: “From pole to a disappointing fourth place. The home curse continues with Charles Leclerc.”

Kurier: “Winning the Grand Prix in Monaco is one of the biggest dreams of every Formula 1 driver. For Sergio Pérez, the dream came true. The Mexican won the third race of his career and definitely the most prestigious ahead of Carlos Sainz Jr. in the Ferrari and Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen, who thus extended his championship lead.”

Blick: “Monaco is experiencing rain and tire chaos. Pérez victory – Bulls stripped Ferrari of rubber! (…) Monte Carlo had seen better shows, even though Pérez, Sainz, Verstappen and pole man Leclerc were all within 2.9 seconds at the finish line.”

Where does the future of Liverpool superstar Sadio Mané lie? Apparently not with Jürgen Klopp’s team, because according to media reports, the Senegalese said goodbye to the team and the fans after the Champions League final.