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the very brink, city did it the hard way, but they did it. ben croucher, bbc news. what a win for them. well, there was on sour note after city's win today. aston villa goalkeeper robin olsen was assaulted by a manchester city fan after the final whistle. city have a released a statemnt saying that they sincerely city have a released a statement saying that they sincerely apologise to olsen. the club has launched an immediate investiagtion and have said that once identified, the individual responsible will be issued with an indefinite stadium ban. well, what a season it's been for liverpool. in the premier league run, in they pushed city all the way, and despite beating wolves, they leave empty handed meaning hopes for that famous quadruple are over. patrick gearey was at anfield for us, and told me how the team will respond, given they have the champions league final in a few days�* time. i think it will be depleting —— deflating for some extent. they
didn't really want to win the premier league. they thought at one point they had a chance to do it, but they were equally always up against it. the title was always in city's hands and they never quite got over the line. wolverhampton wanderers went ahead in the match and got in through liverpool's left after two minutes, on the ball was squared for pedro neto. what a shock that was. liverpool's defence did look shaky, but they were a scintillating going forward. they equalised not too later. wonderful kick from thiago, equalising for liverpool. we heard news not long after of an aston villa goal, and that really got the interest in that match, and had they scored the game, they would be the theme on course for the title. that goal never came
until too late. by the time mo salah made it 2—1... gives him the share of the golden boot. andy robertson added a third, but because city were up added a third, but because city were up and villa management to never get a goal, that meant liverpool couldn't do anything about what was going to happen with the title and when news of the full—time result came through for manchester city, there was a chorus of you'll never walk alone. i think a mark of help fondly this team is thought of, it's been a remarkable season for them. they were 1a points behind, it manchester city one point forced it down to the last minutes of the last day. they won the fl cup and the fa cup, and they have that champions league final coming up next weekend in paris against real madrid, so although there will not be a quadruple this season, there is a
chance for the seventh european cup. after the disappointment has disappeared from the liverpool fans after the news of today has gone away, i think they'll be focusing on that game in paris against real jerry and a plant did —— real madrid and a chance to get their hands on that trophy. there was much at stake for survival this afternoon, too. burnley have been relegated after they were beaten 2—1 at home by newcastle. leeds united needed to better burnley�*s result, to avoid the drop, and they managed it, winning 2—1 at brentford. jim lumsden reports. after teetering on the edge of the precipice, they hauled themselves back to win a third season in the premier league. leeds began the day level on points with burnley, but below the dotted line, brentford would be tricky. a newer win might not be enough. leeds appeared to make the perfect start. var begged to differ. that was the bad news. good news came from burnley.
they had just conceded to newcastle. leeds were seeing little of the ball and bradford were edging closer. with just two goals in the last five games, the odds were against leeds. suddenly a penalty came their way. swiftly dispatched by ruffini, again to ease. —— the stress began to ease. newcastle scored at burnley, who pulled one back and brentford equalised. leeds were still staying up and survival was confirmed whenjack harrison made it 2—1. but there were sadder scenes when the news filtered through, ending burnley�*s six seasons of premier league football. jim lumsden, bbc news. cutting for burnley. gutting for burnley. the race for fourth was never really in doubt after spurs sealed their place in next season's champions league, with an emphatic 5—0 victory over norwich. they needed just a draw, given their far superior goal difference over rivals arsenal.
two from dejan kulusevksi and son heung min, plus a harry kane goal, blew away the already relegated norwich at carrow road. a destructive performance from antonio conte�*s men, who pip their rivals to europe's premier competition. and arsenal put in a five—star showing, too, to thrash everton 5—1. goals from martinelli, nketiah, cedric, gabriel and odegaard enough to finish the season on a high for the gunners. but the result in the end proving fruitless, due to tottenham's victory. arsenal in fifth, and in the europa league next season. let's get a check on the rest of the day's results, then — with wins for brighton, chelsea and leicester and crystal palace, too,who beat manchester united 1—0. former united striker wilfried zaha with the winner for palace. so, let's take a look at confirmation of the table, and the top, with manchester city champions, ahead of liverpool by a single point, in what has been a stunning finish to the season. pushed all the way, chelsea and tottenham make up the final positions for the champions league spots. arsenal and manchester united make up the europa league positions.
and burnley there, after that loss to newcastle and that win for leeds against brentford, finish in that final relegation place. watford and norwich, already relegated, join them in the championship next season. leeds survive by three points in the end, but it could all have been so different. jesse marsch�*s side, remain in the premier league. so much drama on the final day in the football, and there was plenty of tension on the track in the spanish grand prix this afternoon, too. max verstappen, the champion, now leads the drivers standings after finishing ahead of his red bull teammate sergio perez. george russell again outshone his mercedes teammate lewis hamilton to come third, as nick parrott reports. one thing that sets champions apart from the rest is how they deal with adversity. the first to suffer in barcelona was seven time champion lewis hamilton. kevin punctured a tyre on the open lap. next up, defending to champion max verstappen slipping to fourth. a problem with
his red bull left him struggling to pass george russells. the misfortune was more severe was engine problems ending his race. after verstappen passed russell, his red bull team ordered race leader sergio perez to let the dutchman by to go on to claim his fourth win of the season. hamilton's come back with more remarkable, finishing fifth, a late cooling leak causing him a higher place. cooling leak causing him a higher lace, �* . ., , cooling leak causing him a higher lace. �* , place. because i was in the training. — place. because i was in the training. i— place. because i was in the training. i try _ place. because i was in the training, i try to _ place. because i was in the training, i try to pass, - place. because i was in the training, i try to pass, butl place. because i was in the | training, i try to pass, but it wasn't working. that made it very tough, but we managed to do this and get ahead again, and eventually win. difficult beginning but a good end. verstappen has a six—point advantage now. ferrari will be hoping their fortunes change. nick parrott, bbc news. the french open started today, and there's been a couple of upsets on the first day at roland garros. the women's number six seed
ons jabeur has been knocked out by poland's madga linette, the tunisian losing by two sets to one. she could face harriet dart next, if the brit wins tomorrow — where the rest of british interest lies in the singles. first it was good enough for me, second _ first it was good enough for me, second set. _ first it was good enough for me, second set, i didn't have the opportunity to break her, which made it very— opportunity to break her, which made it very difficult for me to stay in the match _ it very difficult for me to stay in the match. but third set, obviously, lots of— the match. but third set, obviously, lots of momentum and frustration, but that's_ lots of momentum and frustration, but that's tennis, and all have to accept _ but that's tennis, and all have to accept it— but that's tennis, and all have to accept it that i lost and get back in training — accept it that i lost and get back in training and get ready for the season — in the men's draw, austria's dominic thiem was beaten by bolivian world no 87 hugo dellien. former world number 3 — thiem — made 42 unforced errors in a straight sets defeat. he's now lost all seven of the matches he has played since his comeback from a wrist injury in march. i'm not there yet. i was really working — i'm not there yet. i was really working hard _ i'm not there yet. i was really working hard to _ i'm not there yet. i was really working hard to get _ i'm not there yet. i was really working hard to get there, . i'm not there yet. i was reallyl working hard to get there, but i'm not there yet. i was really- working hard to get there, but the time was — working hard to get there, but the time was just _ working hard to get there, but the
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for the first time in their history with a 1—0 win over wrexham, with striker michael cheek scoring the all—important goal. finally, it's the final round of golf�*s uspga tournament is well under way in oklahoma. england's matt fitzpatrick teed off a short while ago. he started just three shots off the lead in oklahoma. a few days ago, fitzpatrick said the southern hills course was not really his cup of tea, but he was joint second overnight on six under. i can tell you fitzpatrick has dropped a shot, so he's now back on five under. keep up to date with all the latest on the bbc sport website, with commentray from nine on radio five live sports extra hope your team has done all right today and we'll see you next time. good evening. in the sunshine again today, temperatures have reached the low 20s, but actually, for the week ahead — and certainly the first few
days of the week ahead — it looks cooler. there will be some heavy showery rain around. and wednesday looks really quite unsettled and windy. we might see some warmth and dry weather return to the south later in the week. so the set—up during the rest of today and tomorrow is low pressure to the north and low pressure approaching from the south, so we are going to see some rain or some showers. now, that rain at the moment is going to be heaviest across the north and west of scotland — the highlands and the islands, really. there will be the odd shower elsewhere, but still some sunshine hanging on further south and east, east of the grampians in northern scotland and in northern ireland, between those sharp showers which will ease the way through the night, although the rain takes time to pull away from northern scotland. by that stage in the south, we're starting to see some showery rain moving northwards as well. so, with all the cloud around, a mild night for the most part, a little bit grey and misty over the hills where we have the rain as well. so as i say, monday is looking rather unsettled. our low pressure of the weekend will drift into the north sea and the wind direction will change, hence it feels cooler.
but also there's uncertainty as to far north the rain's going to come on that next area of low pressure moving up from france. but certainly a lot of showers around across many parts of the uk. could be a little bit heavy and thundery in places, and then potentialfor quite a bit of cloud rolling into southern and eastern areas with some more persistent rain as well during the course of the day. temperatures will be held down into the high teens, really, for the most part. where we see some sunshine, 17 or 18 celsius. further north, it's a showery picture and a little bit cooler than it has been through the weekend as well. that area of low pressure, then, through monday night pushes its rain across other central and eastern areas. by tuesday, it's still hanging around in the north sea, feeding northwesterly winds in, feeding the showers. that northwesterly wind means it'll feel quite cool for most of us, the showers, as you can see, particularly prevalent across central and eastern parts of the uk. still could be quite heavy here. and temperatures, as i say, around about 15—18, which is about average. and it'll feel pleasant in western areas, perhaps sheltered
this is bbc news i'm martine croxall — the headlines at eight. the deadline has passed for officials named in sue gray's report into lockdown breaches in downing street to respond or object, ahead of its long awaited publication this week. energy company, eon, is warning that unless the government intervenes, the number of its customers in fuel poverty could reach a0 percent by the autumn. it is very significant impact and thatis it is very significant impact and that is why we have called upon the government to take more action. we do need more intervention and it has be substantial. the ukrainian government says it won't agree to a ceasefire with russia that involves giving up territory — in an apparent hardening of its position. more than 300 scotrail services have been cancelled for the third sunday in a row — it comes on the eve of major timetable cuts across the country