May 21 Social Zone: F1 driver needs an eye patch; great play from the Fresh Prince of baseball

Here's your Friday look at the best of sporting social media. I apologise now for any terrible puns and jokes you may be about to read.

FORMULA 1: It's the Monaco Grand Prix this weekend, and it's the jewel in the crown of the F1 calendar.

There's no room for errors, and Charles Leclerc was caught threading the eye of a needle expertly. That's some skill right there.

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Any kind of niggling issue can be a big problem around Monaco, but at least Sebastian Vettel's Aston Martin team had him covered.

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GOLF: The PGA Championship got underway on Thursday, but as you'll see here, funny social media posts about golf are quite a tricky thing to do.

TENNIS: Britain's Cameron Norrie earned the biggest win of his career by some distance, beating world number four and reigning US Open champion Dominic Thiem in straight sets on Thursday. As you can tell, he was thrilled about it.

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BASEBALL: He's done well since filming the Fresh Prince all those years ago.

(How many times has baseball's Will Smith had to put up with that, I wonder? He probably wants his life to flip turn upside down in that regard).

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ICE HOCKEY: Who doesn't love a brawl on ice? Used to love playing the NHL games on the PlayStation, where you could break away from the match to fight another player.

Wholesome childhood memories.

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SOCCER: The League Two play-offs are underway now, and Morecambe edged out Tranmere in their first leg.

This Morecambe player taking his shot when he did was very… Wise.

I can feel your cringing expression from here, don't worry.

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BOXING: This is all well and good, but the gap between a boxing promoter saying something will happen and a big boxing fight actually happening is usually pretty large. We'll wait and see on it, though.

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Saying that, if I even thought about attempting what Deontay Wilder's doing here then we all know how that would end.

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SOCCER: Pablo Hernandez is going to be leaving Leeds United in the summer, but let's not forget this piece of commentary, including a glorious Yorkshire-Spanish accent hybrid.

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