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tv   Sport Today  BBC News  January 14, 2019 1:45am-2:01am GMT

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the perfect start to his reign. the 2019 australian open is under way as rafael nadal as for his men's title in melbourne. and qatar's maintained his lead at the stage six of the dakar rally. hello there, and welcome to the programme. all that and more to come. we begin with footballing news, match as united goalkeeper david hale was immense, making it 11 saves in his second side at wembley. —— de gea. 0le gunnar solskjaer maintained his unbeaten start to his reign as ca reta ker unbeaten start to his reign as caretaker manager, with their sixth consecutive win since taking charge. marcus rashford scored the only goal of the game, just before the half—time interval, after a perfect retimed pol pot are passed. but it was de gea who was the star, as the spaniard made history of saves which helped take his side are level on points with that pace arsenal. first half, i thought we were excellent. i thought we were playing perfectly. second half they changed a bit, they
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put us under pressure. but we could have scored a queue as well on the counter. we've got a good backstage, a good whack fallback. and david de gea was in behind us. a good whack fallback. and david de gea was in behind uslj a good whack fallback. and david de gea was in behind us. i am happy because i think that is the way that we want to go. covering our bases, looking forward to playing. i think, taking a risk, playing the football that we want to play. i think with different situations and circumstances you would think it is fantastic, for me, i think it was the best 45 minutes that i saw tottenham play. in the early game, like silver‘s everton moved ten for ten hours at least, thanks to a 2—0 win over bournemouth. second in stoppage time, after zoo may handed it to them mark. lionel messi scored his fourth hundred la liga mac as
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barcelona beat a bath to regain their 5—point lead at the top of the table. the 31—year—old is the all—time leading scorer in the spanish top—flight and the landmark goal comes near the argentine's 435th league game. he becomes the first play to score 400 goals in just one of europe's top five leagues. barcelona regained their 5—point lead at the top because earlier on sunday, atletico madrid narrowed the gap, winning a 1—0 at home to levante thanks to an antoine griezmann penalty. that is their 16th game in the league unbeaten. third placed severe suffered a 2—0 loss against a struggling athletic bilbao. and a late dani ceballos goal saw real madrid win 2—1 at real betis meaning they reamin 10 points behind barcelona at the half way point of the season. we now know who six of the eight teams are for the coppa italia quarter—finals after there were wins for fiorentina, inter and napoli on sunday. argentina striker lautaro martinez picked up two for inter in their 6—2 thumping of second tier benevento,
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while italian international federico chiesa scored both of fiorentina's goals at torino. elsewhere arek milik and fabian ruiz goals saw napoli home over sassuolo with the final two last 16 matches to be played on monday. three more teams qualified for the knockout stages of the asian cup after they secured victories in their respective matches on sunday. the 2022 world cup hosts qatar are yet to concede a goal and now play saudi arabia in their final match to see who tops group e. while in group f turkmenistan and japan are through to the last 16, in varying ways and claire thornton was watching. with qatar having the pressure of being the next world cup hosts on their shoulders, a strong performance at this tournament was a must. after to make games they have 01’ must. after to make games they have orare to must. after to make games they have or are to qualify for the knockout stages without much fuss. —— two games they have already qualified. after winning their group match against lebanon it was an easier
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date in abu dhabi against north korea. an asian record, scoring four times. with five so far in total he is also the tournament's current leading goalscorer. most impressively, qatar yet to concede in their opening two matches. we knew it was very important for us. we need the three points to go through. apart from the three points to get a very good result. we are confident. we are happy to qualify for the next round. we need to start to prepare the next one, it is going to prepare the next one, it is going to bea to prepare the next one, it is going to be a tough one. in group f, four—time champions japan went behind in the first contest before prevailing. they almost had to do the same against mine after both sides had early chances. —— against 0man. it was a penalty that proved the decider. fouled in the box. japanese supporters held their breath as he stepped up and slotted home a penalty. shortly after, 0man
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had reason to believe they would make it a party of their own brett hand ball, but the referee turned down their appeals, and japan progress. the blue samurai will now face is back assigned in the final group game, with the specs knowing they only need a draw to progress after their 4—0 victory over turkmenistan in dubai. now to tennis and the first grand slam of the year the australian open got underway about 90 minutes ago. defending women's champion caroline wozniacki heads out in the evening session when she plays belgium's alison van uytvanck. in the men's draw, 2009 winner and three time beaten finalist rafael nadal will play australian wild card james duckworth in the second match of the day shortly on rod laver arena. nadal taking the first set against the serve, now at rod laver arena. of course, after months without competing, and having troubles to pack this, of course that is always
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issues. —— practice. but nothing new for me. i have done this before. i just accept the challenges, which tennis presents. pakistani choir and the 288 runs with seven wickets remaining at they are to beat south africa in johannesburg and remaining at they are to beat south africa injohannesburg and avoid a series whitewash. the fourth day of the third and final test gets underway in the coming hours with the hosts in pole position to make it a 3—0 series win. quentin de kock had earlier hit a superb century for the proteas and it comes after pakistan skipper sarfraz ahmed set a new record taking 10 catches to become the wicket—keeper captain with most number of catches in a match. netball now, and four of the world's top five sides are facing each other in the quad series, which has begun in liverpool in england. commonwealth champions england have beaten new zealand 54—41, while earlier world number one side australia accounted for south africa 62—45. 0ur reporter emily croydon is there. well, it has been a fascinating
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first day of action here in liverpool. the gold and silver—medallists from last year's commonwealth games really showed again that they mean business. the world's number one side, australia, recovered from a stuttering start to record a comfortable victory over south africa. through the course of that match they went on some new shooting partnerships, having lost theircaptain, shooting partnerships, having lost their captain, caitlin bassett, to a broken arm earlier this week. in the second match, england produced a record equalling victory over new zealand. 30 goals the margin in that one, 50 4—41, the score. 0nly zealand. 30 goals the margin in that one, 50 4—41, the score. only one goal going into half—time but it was a scintillating second—half performance from tracy neville's side in front of their home crowd here in liverpool. the quad series now heads down to london for a double—header next weekend on saturday. the big matches australia versus new zealand, while south africa take on england before a
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potential series decider, a rerun of the commonwealth games final on sunday. australia against england. and of course the winners of this series will most likely mark themselves out as the team to beat at lexia's world cup, which is right back here in july. qatar's nasser al attiyah continues to lead the dakar rally after stage 6 on sunday. the drivers took a rest day on saturday, with al attiyah finishing second over the 501km journey, he and now leads france's sebastien loeb, who won the stage, by a slim margin of1 minute and 26 seconds. in the bikes section, lorenzo santalino was forced to withdraw after crashing although he's believed to be fine but his bike had to be airlifted away. to the nfl play offs, and in the last of the nfc divisional round match ups the reigning champions, philadelphia eagles, have lost at new orleans saints. the eagles had led 14—0 but how things have changed with the saints storming back to win 20—14. earlier, the new england patriots blasted their way through to the afc conference championship match with a 41—28 victory over the la chargers.
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the patriots who were superbowl winners in 2017 and beaten finalists last year will now play the kansas city chiefs next sunday. defending champion mark allen has been knocked out of the masters snooker on the opening day at alexandra palace in london. he lost 6—5 in a deciding frame to belgium's luca brecel. only the top 16 players in the world play in this tournament, and it was a high quality match with all but two of the eleven frames seeing breaks of more than 50. just enough time to let you know that at the australian open, harriet dahl of great ten has a ready be knocked out by maria sharapova, the 2008 winner. —— great britain. and rafael nadal, who also won in 2009, looking for his second, has already broken against james duckworth looking for his second, has already broken againstjames duckworth on the blade arena in his second match. his 2-1 the blade arena in his second match. his 2—1 up at present. everything else is on our website. hello again.
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it's been a mild winter so far and one thing we've not seen a great deal of is snow. however, over the last few hours, behind this cold front, we have seen some snow showers push in across shetland so if heading outside soon, you might see more of these coming and going, some clear spells between, and a cold wind. scotland, cold enough for patches of frost but otherwise there is too much wind and cloud around, showers too, so it's not especially cold for england and wales and northern ireland, temperatures for most between 6 and 8 celsius for the early rises. the first part of monday, still a lot of cloud around and passing showers, probably sunshine for scotland but a frosty start here before thicker cloud works in the west and we see rain arriving. also some of that rain getting into shetland. mildest weather across western and southern parts, temperatures into double figures but noticeably cooler across eastern parts of the uk, temperatures 3 in lerwick and 5 in aberdeen. the cold weather doesn't last long, a warm front pushing through on monday night and tuesday, this weather front targeting western scotland, bringing heavy rain to the highlands. here, 50—100 millimetres of rain over the mountains, quite a wet spell of weather.
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elsewhere, a lot of cloud and a few limited sunny spells but it's milder. temperatures for most of us between 10 and 11 celsius. notice those temperatures coming up in shetland so the threat of any snow receding with that milder weather arriving. tuesday night, the slow—moving weather front bringing rain in scotland will eventually push southwards, bringing the wet weather from scotland into northern ireland across parts of england and wales as well. to the south of our weather front, the cold front which continues to move in during wednesday, we should see some reasonable temperatures in the south with highs expected to reach about 10 celsius or so, but noticeably colder further north, cold enough for some hill snow there across northern parts of scotland with single—figure temperatures. that colder air moves southwards wednesday night and by thursday, winds coming down from the arctic and with that a lot of dry weather and sunshine but cold with a sharp frost and showers around as well. those showers are likely to be wintry with snow showers into the north of mainland scotland and the odd bit of sleet in the showers down
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the north sea coast as well. a cold day, temperatures between 3 and 7 degrees celsius. that's your latest weather. goodbye. welcome to bbc news — broadcasting to viewers in north america and around the globe. i'm reged ahmad. our top stories: the us secretary of state mike pompeo arrives in riyadh just as a senior saudi prince critcises the american decision to withdraw troops from syria. the us actions, from my perspective
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is, is that it is going to further complicate the issue rather than find any solutions to it. the mayor of gdansk is in a serious condition after being stabbed on stage during a charity event in poland. more heavy snowfall expected in the alps as parts of europe continue to grapple with the worst winter weather for three decades. and the fragile yemen ceasefire has been dealt a fresh blow following clashes in the port city of hodeida over the weekend.
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