and it's success for sealiway in front of her majesty in the champion stakes at ascot a result that sees osheen murphy become championjockey. hello and welcome to sportsday. a sensational perfromance from liverpool to come but they don't finish the day top of the premier league — that honour belongs to chelsea, who held off a fierce brentford side in the second half, to win1—0. ben chilwell�*s superb strike was enough for chelsea to go a point above liverpool — but brentford everything, including the kitchen sink, in their attempts to find a much deserved equaliser. they hit the post, and superb eduoard mendy save, meant it was chelsea's day — three points for them, as they sit top tonight. and the result, much needed — as a rampant liverpool ruined claudio ranieri's return to the premier league earlier.
the italian�*s first match in charge at watford, spoiled by a liverpool team really on form this afternoon, as patrick gearey reports. watford are club of many managers, claudio a manager of many clubs — perhaps their paths were bound to cross. 1—0 liverpool, beautiful and, as it turned out, repeatable. later in the half of the trip. the second half, liverpool advancing again, keeper ben foster managing to stop an own goal but not fermini. once again, he'd been lost in space. mo salah works his magic in clouds, an escape act that defies belief. whatever angle you pick you cannot figure out his trick.
it's a brilliant moment from mo salah! almost supernatural, still noticed, liverpool's for it was his third so he keeps the ball and mo salah owns the memories. bbc news. what a goalfrom salac. ——what a goalfrom salah. despite the hat—trick from firmino, it was salah's sublime goal that once again caught the attention for liverpool and his manager is delighted with how the egyptian is playing. it is phenomenal, he is for sure the best player in the world and only wheels get asked this but there is no problem and why should we not mention it? he is in top shape in really good and it is really nice watching him and they were top—class performers even without the goal. it is a big job but if my players understand me quickly the big job is a little less big. you are confident that they should be ok in the end? always i'm confident.
it's the third match, i was waiting something badly today. not so big, but we are ready. we are ready to work hard. hugejob ahead huge job ahead perhaps to him. manchester city are up to second — a point behind liverpool — as they beat burnley 2—0 at the etihad. city had won 5—0 on each of burnley�*s past four visits to city — and they perhaps feared another heavy defeat was coming when bernardo silva gave city an early lead. there would only be one more goal, though, from kevin de bruyne, as city extended their unbeaten league run to seven matches. i think we made a good 15—20 minutes after the goal and we created chances and after the last 15—20 minutes we lost a little bit of our tempo, but we did really well. we did something and play really, really well in the second half
and scored more goals and good results. it is important for what is coming next ahead of us. not such a good afternoon for city's local rivals manchester united, as the pressure continues to mount on manager ole gunnar solskjaer. united lost 4—2 at leicester, despite leading through mason greenwood. youri tielemans equalised before caglar soyuncu put the home side ahead. marcus rashford looked to have snatched a point for united, only forjamie vardy to make it 3—2 just 5a seconds later. patson daka added a fourth in stoppage time to secure leicester's first league win in five attempts. this could have been brilliant for me, so... but we need to turn the screw, and we need to keep that ambition and prove the point that we can be a very good side but we have that mentality and that hunger and to beat a team of that quality was a great victory for us. one result in isolation, that can be, as they say, luck,
margins, but then we've got too many games now that we've lost points so we need to look at the whole setup of the team, the whole balance of the team, maybe. maybe something has to give. there was a thrilling midlands derby in birmingham, where aston villa let a two—goal lead slip at home to end up losing 3—2 to wolves. villa fans were left scratching their heads as to how their side lost control after goals from danny ings and john mcginn. wolves scored three times in an incredible final 10 minutes, with ruben neves strike in the fifth minute of stoppage time securing a remarkable comeback. southampton claimed their first win of the premier league season by beating leeds. the slough—born albanian international striker armando broja, who's on loan from chelsea, scored his first premier league goal in the 1—0 win at st mary's. so confirmation of the day's results, then, including a goalless draw between norwich and brighton — a vital point for norwich, who are still bottom. in the match between manchester city and burnley, at half time city
awarded winners medals for four players who were part of their league winning squad back in the 1967—68 season. among them was stan horne, meaning he becomes the first black footballer to win the english football league. horne did not receive one at the time due to the smaller allocation of medals and a different appearance quota to claim one. protocols have since changed on who receives medals and the efl approved city's request for players who missed out to be awarded one. rangers blew the chance to open up a gap at the top of the scottish premiership this afternoon. they drew 1—1 with hearts conceding an equaliser in the last minute of the game. craig halkett�*s strike keeps the edinburgh side just a point behind the leaders. elsewhere, dundee united gain ground in third, beating hibs convincingly 3—0. celtic are up to 4th, following their win at motherwell. and wins for st mirren and livingston.
in the late game — 2—1 to dundee against aberdeen. in the championship, fulham got the better of west london rivals queens park rangers — they thrashed their local rivals this lunchtime. it finished 4—1 at craven cottage. aleksandr mitrovic scoring twice for the home side. the win moves fulham up to third, two points behind west brom in second. bournemouth now top the table, after beating bristol city today. we're just five games into the new women's super league season, but everton are already looking for a new manager. they've sacked willie kirk after two wins from their opening five games, which sees everton eighth in the table and the club say they hope to have a new manager appointed in time for their continental cup fixture at leicester on the 3rd of november. a thrilling fightback saw exeter chiefs claim their third win in a row in rugby union's premiership. the chiefs rallied from a losing position at half time to beat wasps, who come away with a losing bonus point. it was a match that saw stunning tries, but team branding continues to court controversy. jim lumsden has more.
the big chief motif was added to the exeter plan 22 years ago and now there's a problem. headdress by wasps who also want premiership rugby to make a ruling on the issue. on the pitch, exeter walloped worcester last week and were ahead after 22 minutes when henry slade strolled into a corner. he added another but wasps were back in the match when dan frost and thomasjung were driven through. wasps held a 2—point lead at half—time and then frustrated the visitors before both sides lost their bag. wasps advance further with the jimmy penalty before sam simmons squeezed over for exeter. the winning bonus was assured as they claimed their fourth try. as for the club's controversial branding, it's likely to dominate their agm next month.
bbc news. in the united rugby championship title contenders glasgow narrowed the gap on leaders ulster. 17 points to 6 they beat italians zebre. sione tuipiloto with the pick of his side's two tries they ran in against the league's bottom side. elsewhere today, ospreys survived a bennetton fightback to hold on to win. osheen murphy has become champion jockey for a third time as i2—i shot seal—a—way won the champions stakes on champions day at ascot. the queen was in attendance to see the french trained horse finish ahead of dubai honor and mac swiney. derby winner adayar faded to fifth and with it went william buick�*s hopes of finishing with his first jockey�*s title on what is brtain�*s richest race day. quick round of some of today's other sport, and at the start of the women's big bash in australia, a stunning catch by bridget patterson was the highlight of the adelaide strikers' 30—run victory over defending champions sydney thunder. britain's elfyn evans is second overall going into tomorrow's final day at rally catalunya. if he finishes ahead of world rally championship leader sebastien ogier, who's currently third, the title fight will go down to the final event of the season at monza next month.
home favourite mark allen is through to the final of snooker�*s northern ireland open. he beat ricky walden 6—3 in his semi final and will face yan bingtao orjohn higgins next — their semi—final begins shortly. it's one of the biggest days ahead in cameron norrie�*s tennis career. he faces gregor dimitrov tonight in the semi—finals of the indian wells tournament. whatever happens, he's already assured of being the new british number one next week, and could even break into the world's top 20 for the first time. if he wins, norrie will face either unseeded georgian nikoloz basilashvili or american taylor fritz in the final. basilashvili produced a real surprise to beat the greek world number three stefanos tsitsipas in three sets. while home favourite fritz provided a shock of his own, beating the olympic champion alexander zverev. fritz saved two match points before winning in three sets. spain's paula badosa beat the in—form ons jabeur in straight sets to set up a meeting with victoria azarenka in the women's final.
azarenka came from a set and break down to beatjelena ostapenko. azarenka will aim to become the first woman to win the tournament three times after victories in 2012 and 2016. that's all from sportsday. now it's time for a look at the weather. hello, again. we have an early patch of rain across eastern areas of england with a cloud is well working across northern scotland and that was the one of the sunniest places in the country today and later we also saw the cloud break across southern england, wales, the midlands and east anglia to give some sunny spells to stay pretty
cloudy over the day in northern ireland where over recent hours we have seen rain alive and that rain was making inroads because scotland and pushing eastwards, rain turning heavier and more persistent across northern england and north wales might squeeze arsenal patch of light rain across southern wales and south—west england but otherwise staying largelyjoin the southeast with temperatures overnight miles, 11-13, with temperatures overnight miles, 11—13, relatively cooler, just about clinging on across parts of scotland but should be a fine start for orkney and shetland, some sunny spells, may be an isolated shower, rain to start the day elsewhere but should turn the day with perhaps a mistiness over the top of hills will stay damp for some in scotland and england even in threatening but the same time we will publish that to see if you sunny spells breaking through across parts of the south of england and southern wales wales and parts of east anglia and that could boost temperatures as high as 19 degrees. into next week we have got
some strengthening south—westerly winds on the way somebody will a windier day with south—westerly winds bringing layers of clouds mostly affecting western perhaps the south with the best of any bright weather in eastern areas but a lot of high clouds of any glimpses of sunshine will be likely to be on the haiti side with mild conditions continuing in temperatures mostly between 14—18 c. into tuesday, this very long slow moving weather front will bring a hosepipe of moisture hitting some of our western hills and covering some very significant rainfall totals and perhaps enough to call some localised surface water flooding. from the mountains, though, probably little involving both some breaks in the cloud it could become even milder temperatures might even reach 20 or 21 celsius across parts of east 2i celsius across parts of east anglia in south—east england, 17 in glasgow which is very, very mild as well. mild weather set to continue into the middle parts of the week and eventually turns a bit cooler towards the end of the week. best of
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