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tv   Sport Today  BBC News  March 9, 2020 1:45am-2:01am GMT

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good and how changed. we know how good and how fa st changed. we know how good and how fast they are and how aggressive they are defensively. well that win for manchester united keeps them three points behind chelsea — who also won on sunday. they hammered everton four goals to nil, on carlo ancelotti's return to stamford bridge as opposition manager. chelsea boss frank lampard saved the tributes for 18—year—old billy gilmour, who was man of the match. you put him in and he willjust get better quickly because of this quality, because of this game intelligence and this work ethic. and today was another example of that after liverpool. two good games. i want to keep this feet on the ground but i don't have to much at the moment because of the type of what he is it is good. but he realises now that the hard work begins and he will be judged realises now that the hard work begins and he will bejudged on realises now that the hard work begins and he will be judged on a different level.
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real madrid missed the chance to move back to the top of la liga on sunday — they were beaten 2—1 at real betis. cristian tello with the winner for betis, with less than ten minutes to go. it's the third loss in four in all competitions, for zinedine zidane‘s side. leganes got a vital win over villarreal in their battle to avoid relegation, but remain second from bottom. espanyol stay bottom, after defeat to osasuna. bayern munich extended their lead at top of the german bundesliga to four points, after getting past a tough augsburg side to mark the club's 120th anniversary, bayern played in commemorative white shirts with burgundy sleeves and near—invisible sponsor logos. they went on to win by two goals to nil. thomas muller and leon goretzka here, with the goals in the second half. now to italy — where coronavirus
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is continuing to have impact on italian football. parma's loss to spal almost didn't happen, after italy's sports minister wanted matches to be suspended. it did get the go—ahead though — as did five other serie a games. championsjuventus were involved in what was due to be one of the games of the season, against inter. that was among five on sunday played behind closed doors, due to the outbreak of the disease. italy, the worst affected european country. well, the originalfixture had been postponed due to the disease — and it was a surreal atmosphere inside the ground. the champions got the better of third—placed inter. aaron ramsey with the first, after half time. the welshman turned providerfor paulo dybala — who got the second forjuventus. they go a point ahead of lazio at top. there were no fans in the stands at the san siro too — as ac milan lost 2—1 to genoa. it's their first home defeat since november but stilljust one win in six in all competitions for them. francesco cassata with the winner
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as genoa move out of the drop zone. to the shebelieves cup, which is taking place in the usa at the moment. there were two games on sunday in newjersey. the host nation extended their run of unbeaten matches with a win over spain, while england beatjapan. the bbc‘s katie gornall was watching. another wind for the usa who are now ona30 another wind for the usa who are now on a 30 game unbeaten run. they were really made to work for it against an impressive spanish side. it took their midfield rock to break the deadline with a close range header, much to the delight of the over 26,000 fancy to see it. england defeated japan in the other game, a big relief for them who have been under pressure with six defeats in nine but they now go into the final game with a spring in their step. it was an inexperienced attacking line up was an inexperienced attacking line upfor was an inexperienced attacking line up for the match and they were frustrated in the first half and it took the introduction of a more
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senior prior —— player to break the deadlock. she tapped in and secured a wind that leaves england's hopes of retaining the cup alive, just about, as they head into the final round of games in dallas. over 86,000 people in melbourne watched australia's women become the twenty 20 cricket world cup champions for fifth time. they thrashed india by 85 runs in the final. 0ur reporterjo currie was at the mcg. an explosion of green and go, australia lifting the trophy for a record fifth time. organisers wanted to fill the mcg to mark international women's day, and they came international women's day, and they ca m e closest international women's day, and they ca me closest fa ns international women's day, and they came closest fans from the stadium for the sport and the pre— match entertainment from katy perry and dancing cricket bat from the first ball australia brought the fireworks, alyssa healy a firework to things off —— start things off.
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india missing this opportunity. beth mooney managed and surpassed the score is australia street to a massive 184. india needed a big response and it was a big responsibility for the 16—year—old opener virma who immediately faulted. from there, capitulation as we could after we could fill. india we re we could after we could fill. india were all out for less than 100 and australia the victors. an historic night for australian cricket and on australian —— and on international women's day a great display of women's day a great display of women's sport. tyrrell hatton sealed his first pga tour title with a one—shot victory in the arnold palmer invitational at bay hill. the englishman showed nerves of steel in difficult conditions over the last seven holes, in the final round to hold off the challenge of australia's marc leishman. hatton was playing in only his second event since undergoing wrist surgery at the end of last year. to rugby union — and france's grand slam hopes in the six nations
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are over as they were beaten 28—17 by scotland at murrayfield. france had won their first three games, but a first—half red card for mohamed haouas allowed scotland to seize control running in three tries — two for sean maitland as they recorded a fourth successive home win over their opponents—. france remain top of the championship, but equal on points with england. and that is it for us. all the latest news is available at our website. from me and the team, thank you for watching and we will see you again later on. hello. recent days have brought a real mix of weather —
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it's that sort of time of year and we will continue in that vein in the days to come, so if you do not like what you are getting on one day, hang on and it is sure to change. we start bright and crisp with a little frost around perhaps for some eastern areas, even that will change because the weather system towards the west of the british isles creeps its way ever further towards the east. initially spreading a veil of cloud across western areas after a bright enough start, a couple of showers running ahead of the main rain area. after lunchtime the rain will be all over northern ireland, by mid—afternoon it will be over western scotland, western england and much of wales too. 0ut east, you will lose your sunshine but you will stay dry until later on in the day. temperatures maxing out at around 10 degrees. part of the problem is that once it starts raining, because we've not got one system but two, it may well continue to rain and there are concerns from the met office
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who have issued yellow warnings already for the intensity of rain across parts of wales and indeed the north—west of england, because on tuesday some of that rain keeps on coming on what will be a blustery day across the british isles here. the wind gusts for you, you can see widely 30, 40, perhaps 50mph in the exposed locations. the air is coming from the atlantic and if the cloud should break across the eastern side of england, in particular, perhaps 14, 15, 16. reaching in the norfolk area you could look at 17 degrees. exceptional for the time of year. that weather front taking time to pull away but notice that the isobars almost run straight through the weather front, so there's no great change in the airmass. as the front slips away, the sunshine comes out across the greater part of england and wales. plenty of wintry showers across the higher ground of scotland on another breezy sort of day, but, as i say, the wind is coming from the south—west so we will
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keep it feeling relatively springlike and mild across the south with temperatures 11—14, much chillier when you get the showers in the heart of scotland — five, six, seven degrees only here. into thursday, we will push this weather front down and across the southern half of the british isles, and that i think that will really freshen things up. plenty of wintry showers again across the higher ground of scotland, a couple of showers in northern ireland, but once the rain slips away from the southern counties of england then essentially a dry fine day, but that bit fresher. we return to the temperatures we saw on monday and we get them again on thursday.
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welcome to bbc news, i'm james reynolds. 0ur welcome to bbc news, i'm james reynolds. our top stories: italy sees a sharp rise in the number of deaths from coronavirus as a quarter of the population is in partial lockdown. the death toll rises in america where we report from the state of washington where most of those deaths have taken place. cruise ship more of the californian coast will reach doctor ladd on monday, 20 when people on board had tested positive. and the catholic church holds a huge open air mass to rally against a bill that would legalise abortion in argentina.


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