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tv   Sport Today  BBC News  November 11, 2019 1:45am-2:01am GMT

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welcome along. we'll start in the premier league, where it might only be november, but already manchester city boss pep guardiola admits he's not sure if they can catch liverpool. it's after the european champions beat city 3—1 at anfield to extend their lead at the top of the premier league to eight points. as you might expect in a meeting of the two forces in english football over the last couple of years, it was a game full of talking points. fabinho gave liverpool an early lead, but only after trent alexander arnold was adjudged not to have handled the ball in his own area. it incensed guardiola and many of the city players, whose mood wasn't helped by mo salah and sadio mane making it 3 for liverpool before a late bernardo silva consolation. the intensity of the game was incredible. really wild. not too
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unusualfor us, i incredible. really wild. not too unusual for us, i think. incredible. really wild. not too unusualfor us, ithink. city usually controls the game more. it was not possible against us today, but they were good. they were good, and we had to defend with all we had. that squad, incredible goals. i think we played 90 minutes. there we re i think we played 90 minutes. there were moments when they arrives less than usual, and it is not easy to nail down what happened, we will react the way we react. and that is why, honestly, it was one of the best performances i have ever seen in my team. so that is the step we needed. hopefully we can continue there in the stages to continue. a decision or two not going city's way at anfield. "thank you so much" is what guardiola said to officials after the game. did he really mean it? you can decide for yourself.
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elsewhere, wolves beat aston villa and manchester united boss ole gunnar solskjaer says he's not sure how his side didn't score five six or even seven against brighton. they had to make do with threein the 3—1 win, with andreas periera and marcus rashford bookending a davy propper own goal. excellent performance by the lads. i thought they were right on the front foot, attacking. when you see these boys go forward, as we did today, it isa boys go forward, as we did today, it is a joy to watch. we need to keep on improving, keep on winning games, and see where it takes us. where it takes them is seventh, level with wolves but ahead on goal difference. and just look at what liverpool's win means for the top four. city 9 points adrift afterjust 12 games. leicester and chelsea in between them and leaders liverpool. in the premier league era, only manchester united 26 years ago have had a bigger lead at this stage of the season.
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cristiano ronaldo didn't look like a happy man after being subbed off for the second game running forjuventus. it worked on sunday though, as, his replacement ended up scoring the winning goal against milan in serie a. after a subdued display, ronaldo headed straight down the tunnel after being taken off early in the second half. paulo dybala came on in his place and fired juve back to the top of the table. parma have climbed up to eighth by beating roma 2—0 at stadio ennio tardini. mattia sprocati scored the first of the goals in the 68th minute. elsewhere calgiari are up to fourth after being fiorentina. ateltico madrid are third in la liga, butjust a point behind barcelona and real madrid after a 3—1 win over espanyol. bilbao are up to 6th after beating levante whilst in the late game, sevilla beat real betis 2—1. over in germany,
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leaders borussia moenchengladbach beat werder bremen 3—1 to extend their lead in the bundesliga. patrick herrmann made it 2—0 with gladbach‘s second in three minutes in the first half. the win takes them four points clear of rb leipzig, in what is their best season for more than a0 years. hermann‘s second just before the hour mark put the result beyond doubt. to a bizarre game at frieberg with three red cards — one for eintract frankfurt captain david abraham for barging into frieberg manager christian streich. frankfurt were losing the game 1—0 going into stoppage time when the incident happened. one of the frieberg subs was also sent off in the ensuing melee. abraham has since apologised to streich and said they've since cleared the air. losing one fed cup final is hard to take, losing two pretty galling. australia have now lost nine fed cup finals in a row. it's after france won their first title since 2003 on a dramatic final day in perth. austin halewood has the details.
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a moment to treasure. france, tennis‘ world champions for the first time ini6 tennis‘ world champions for the first time in 16 years. three years ago we failed on the last step of the thai, and today we just wanted to ta ke the thai, and today we just wanted to take this little revenge for ourselves. —— last step of the tie. it is just not describable, how we feel now. with the final tied at one rubber each heading into the last day, the trophy was there for the taking, and it was australia who came out firing, and putt with the opening set against kristina mladenovic. but the world number one didn‘t hold onto her lead. a fabulous from lead on a bench taking france into the lead, but not full on. “— france into the lead, but not full on. —— mladenovic. ayatollah novichok got our country back into it, equal to everything pauline finance you could throw at her, she took the match in straight sets. ——
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either terminated. it all came down to the doubles, ash barty and sam stosur against mladenovic and caroline garcia. the french pair we re caroline garcia. the french pair were beaten in a deciding rubber in the final three years ago, but this time, they made no mistake. finally enough, they were the team to beat, and they only needed two sets to wrap up their match. —— from the off. a result even they could scarcely believe. for australia, don‘t wait for a title stretches to 45 years. don‘t wait for a title stretches to 45 yea rs. as don‘t wait for a title stretches to 45 years. as for france, they are champion clinic for the third time. —— champions. in the men‘s game, it‘s the end of season tour finals in london, and already a surprise on the opening day where roger federer was beaten in straight sets by austrian dominic thiem. it‘s the second year in a row that federer has lost his first group game with thiem on the front foot for most of the match at the 02 arena. 7—5, 7—5 the final tally. in the same group, no such worries for world number two novak
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djokovic. he breezed past italy‘s matteo berrettini 6—2, 6—1 in a little over an hour. djokovic can end the year on top of the world rankings but must reach the final. for the first time since 2003, we had a six—way playoff on golf‘s european tour. played under floodlights, england‘s tyrell hatton emerged victorious at the turkish open in antalya. six players were tied on 20 under par, with hatton only staying in the playoff with this effort at the 1st extra hole. three more were needed to find an outright winner. hatton confirmed as the winner after matthius schwab missed a short put under the floodlights. india‘s deepak chahar has every reason to be cheerful after a world record bowling performance propelled his side to victory in the third t20 international against bangladesh. chahar took six wickets for seven runs injust 20 deliveries, including a hat—trick to wrap up the match with bangladesh falling 30 runs short of india‘s 174. the win also sees india
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take the series 2—1. hannah cockroft was another record breaker in dubai at the para athletics world championships. she won the women‘s t3a100m to set a new world best. sunday was also a successful one for china, and kate grey was taking it all in for us. their world records continued to fall here in dubai on day four of these championships, and earlier today we saw great britain‘s hannah cockroft break the world record by just 100th of a second in a t34100 metres, beating her teammate kare adenegan, who at the european championships last year and also stole her world record. but hannah cockroft put that right today, and was very emotional and overwhelmed at the end of the race and is now very much looking forward to going again in tokyo. china has been very dominant at these championships so
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far, and one of our top performers today was zhiao yan wen in the t 37 long jump. she too broke the world record and beat the rest of the field by a0 centimetres. china has been at the top of the medals table since day one. they already have ninea since day one. they already have nine a golds, 2a medals in total, and will be very hard to beat, as we move through the rest of the championships. —— nine golds. wins in the nfl on sunday for the likes of cleveland, chicago, atlanta, baltimore and tampa bay. all the scores and reaction at you‘re up to to date from the bbc sport centre. we‘ll see you next time on sport today.
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don‘t be fooled by sunday‘s sunshine. there‘s more rain on the way this week, and to areas that really don‘t want any more. this is how thejet stream‘s looking this week. it‘s taking aim at the uk. it‘s on a more southerly track than it might be at this time of year, nestled within these dips, we find areas of low pressure bringing wet weather, and the uk is staying on the northern side of the jet stream, and that means in the cold air. a chilly week to come. so this is what we can expect this week from this weather pattern. i am afraid low pressure will be around with further rain at times, cold enough for some hill snow. it will often be windy, low pressure, temperatures below average and frost occasionally overnight. and this is how we‘re starting the day. a wintry start to the day across northern parts of scotland. we‘ve seen wet weather throughout the night, the bulk of that clearing away. it has delivered some snow to relatively modest hills north of the central belt in scotland, so could be quite tricky over some of the higher roads first thing. the bulk of the wet weather just clearing away from eastern
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parts of england. could be gusty winds with that, as it clears. then following on behind, yes, brighter skies, sunny spells around, but there are these showers, most frequent towards the north—west of the uk. heavy, thundery, wintry on hills, could see some hail as well. pushed in on brisk north—westerly winds, some will travel all the way east and south across the uk, but relatively few across southern and eastern parts. so in the afternoon, more on the way of dry and sunny weather to be found here. temperatures for the most part in single figures, feeling colder than it did on sunday, because there‘s a strong wind. overnight and into tuesday, see the showers still keep on coming in here, some clearer spells to the south and east. all down to this area of low pressure still close by on tuesday. it‘s likely to push a longer spell of wet weather south across the uk, and from monday into tuesday, we will see the rain totals mounting into the peak district, some snow to the high hills here, but that could influence
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the flooding. so we will keep an eye on that. there is the spell of wet weather moving south on tuesday, what is clearly another cold day. a bit of a lull to start wednesday, with frost and freezing fog patches, but another area of low pressure comes in, some better weather for northern ireland, wales, south—west england on wednesday, then thursday, this band of rain sitting through parts of england and wales, and it could well be raining in some of the areas seeing the worst of the flooding at the moment. weather warnings in force, details on our website. if you‘re concerned about more rain where you are, you do really need to keep across the forecast as we go through this week.
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