Wigan Athletic quiz - how much do you remember of 2020?
1. Who scored the first Latics goal of 2020?
2. Which Premier League side knocked Latics out of the FA Cup at the first hurdle?
3. Who scored the last-gasp winner to beat Sheffield Wednesday on January 28?
4. Which Italian side did Antonee Robinson almost join on transfer deadline day only to fail the medical?
5. Who made his debut against Middlesbrough in February, going on to become a pivotal player in the run-in?
6. Chey Dunkley broke his leg – and played his last game for Latics –against which opposition in February?
7. Who provided the opposition and what was the score of Latics’ final game before lockdown, on March 7?
8. Who provided the opposition and what was the score of Latics’ first game after lockdown, on June 20?
9. Who provided the opposition and what was the score of the final game before Latics were placed into administration on July 1?
10. Who scored the final Latics goal of the campaign, in the 1-1 draw against Fulham?
11. Which three administrators from the Bergbies Traynor firm were brought in to run Latics?
12. Which player was the first to be sold off in the summer?
13. Which two players left for Derby County?
14. Callum McManaman trained with Latics over the summer before signing for which Australian side?
15. Which League One side beat Latics in the opening round of the EFL Cup in September?
16. Who scored Latics’ first league goal of the campaign, in the 3-2 home defeat to Gillingham?
17. Which two Academy products both scored two goals in the 6-1 EFL Trophy victory over Liverpool Under-21s?
18. How many games did Lattics go without winning between October 6 and December 5?
19. Which former Manchester United junior scored his first Latics goal in the draw against Plymouth in October?
20. Which two Academy products scored their first Latics goals in successive matches in November against Oxford and Tranmere respectively?
1. Josh Windass (at Birm’gham)
2. Leicester City
3. Jamal Lowe
4. AC Milan
5. Leon Balogun
7. Luton (h) drew 0-0
8. Huddersfield (a) won 2-0
9. Stoke City (h) won 3-0
10. Kieffer Moore
11. Gerald Krasner, Paul Stanley and Dean Watson
12. Jensen Weir
13. David Marshall and
14. Melbourne Victory
16. Joe Garner
17. Charlie Jolley and Ollie Crankshaw
19. Will Keane
20. Harry McHugh and Thelo Aasgaard