tv Sportsday BBC News September 4, 2022 7:30pm-7:46pm BST
becoming more frequent across southwest england and south wales through the afternoon. in the sunshine once again, it'll feel warm. 2a or 25 celsius the top temperature. but those temperatures do ease down in the week ahead and with a low pressure staying close to the uk, there will showers or longer spells of rain for many. a promise to help millions with the sky—rocketing cost of energy this winter, from the two candidates for prime minister — on the eve of the conservative leadership result. within one week, i will make sure that there is an announcement on how we are going to deal with the issue of energy bills. we we are going to deal with the issue of energy bills-— of energy bills. we are facing a renuine of energy bills. we are facing a genuine emergency, _ of energy bills. we are facing a genuine emergency, anyone i of energy bills. we are facing a - genuine emergency, anyone pretending that we _ genuine emergency, anyone pretending that we aren't is not being honest with the _ that we aren't is not being honest with the country and across europe. three men have been arrested over the killing of nine—year—old
olivia pratt—korbel in liverpool — one of the suspects was detained on suspicion of murder. eight—year—old twins — a boy and a girl — and an 18—year—old woman have died after a "violent incident" at a house in dublin in the republic of ireland. donald trump calls president biden an "enemy of the state" at his first rally since the fbi searched his florida resort for sensitive files. hello. i'm ben croucher. thanks forjoining us for this sunday sportsday. coming up rashford wrecks's arsenal's100% start to the season. they're still top. leicester are still bottom. all the goals from the two premier league games today on the way. dutch delight as max verstappen powers to victory on home soil.
a dream season, the success for eilish mccolgan continues as she smashes course record at the big half in london thanks forjoining us. stay tuned for the bravest pigeon in sport too. but first to old trafford where arsenal's perfect start to the premier league season came to an end at the hands of their old rivals. a debut goal from antony and two from marcus rashford gave manchester united a 3—1 win — as their resurgence under erik ten hag continued. olly foster reports. as perfect as arsenal start has
been, they did make it to the table tjy been, they did make it to the table by beating any of the big six rivals. they knew they needed to put on their sunday best for the first major test of the season. gabriel thought he had scored the first school but the video assistant spotted a foul in the build up. that is another one for the weekend list of contentious decisions. united only signed this three days ago but they threw him on from the start. early payback from some of that £80 million. they also scored their first goal of the season pouncing on united defending to put arsenal back into the game. not for long as england team—mate marcus stole the show and the points with a second—half double. that is now four match winning team for united. still leading the premier league but they have misfired for the first time. let's hearfrom both managers then, starting with united boss erik ten hag.
the incredible spirit from the steam, they can deal with the setbacks and we did. it's really great and at can do that shows mentality and i think we've shown there. we have the right characters and now we have the resiliency to deal with setbacks and also believe and there's room for them improvement.— and there's room for them improvement. and there's room for them imrovement. ., ., , ._ improvement. for them to play the wa the improvement. for them to play the way they have _ improvement. for them to play the way they have here, _ improvement. for them to play the way they have here, a _ improvement. for them to play the way they have here, a big - improvement. for them to play the way they have here, a big credit - improvement. for them to play the way they have here, a big credit to | way they have here, a big credit to them but _ way they have here, a big credit to them but we have to come out of the game _ them but we have to come out of the game with— them but we have to come out of the game with a — them but we have to come out of the game with a much better result. performing and playing like that, we have to _ performing and playing like that, we have to use — performing and playing like that, we have to use more discipline to get through— have to use more discipline to get through this. so an entertaining match at old trafford but a simply blistering one in brighton as leicester's wretched start to the season continued as they lost 5—2 to remain rooted to the foot of the premier league with just a point to their name. michael redford watched this one. this was a tale of two teams who started the season by differently.
they found a rhythm early and lester already feeling the heat. now that she would know it early on, only 52 seconds of calm when lester appeared to answer their critics. their frailties of come and defence and there is soon on show with their lead to lasting just nine minutes. and lester's net would be bulging moments later and allowed to score and 15 minutes and soon oblige. 2—2 and 15 minutes and soon oblige. 2—2 and there was plenty more action to come. the second half was barely under way when mcallister did this. and euphoria soon became despair in va ar and tony harrington decided that he was offside in the moments of magic were disallowed. brighton were unperturbed and soon back in front. and breathing space too. they would be on the scoresheet and not
but twice. 5—star performance from brighton and no wonder graham potter is smiling. leicester boss brendan rodgers knows he's got a hard task on his hands. we have to be honest, the best team won today, we started really well and this energy from the beginning. but as has been too many mistakes and you end up with a good team at brighton that collectively play well and so, are disappointed with the goals of the score but also with the ball we have to be much better. fine ball we have to be much better. five coals at ball we have to be much better. five goals at home. _ ball we have to be much better. five goals at home, and having scored and their performance deserved and nice for us _ their performance deserved and nice for us to— their performance deserved and nice for us to get the win, nice for us to play— for us to get the win, nice for us to play well, seven goals and does a nice day— to play well, seven goals and does a nice day for— to play well, seven goals and does a
nice day for us. david moyes wasn't a happy man yesterday after west ham were denied an equaliser at chelsea following a var call. now, the premier league is to review its use of the technology — it says as a matter of urgency. and with a newcastle goal ruled out too — alan shearer told match of the day that the technology itself isn't the issue. it's been a terrible deal, they're being let down by decisions like that, you work all week, hard all week to put into practice which were doing in the training ground you let down by that and it is not right. michael was not up to the job, but he's still there until christmas time. he has a big job on his hands. far too many errors. it is not var but it is the people that are running it. max verstappen's march to another formula one world title continued on home turf this afternoon. he's more than 109 points clear in the drivers standings now — negotiating a franetic end to the race with a safety car and some questionable mercedes tactics scuppering lewis hamilton's chance at the dutch grand prix. joe lynskey has the details.
this is however if one looks in the netherlands. you can measure the mood by the orange. 100,000 fans and to see one man, their dutch champion max verstappen in his home race, he was on pole. but this would be strategic. lewis hamilton started forth, but the right tires and fewer pit stops took the bridge and towards the lead. he had not won all season but his chances got complicated. and the safety car, a restart and on top was the dutchman. it took max verstappen one turn to retake the lead. when it mattered, mercedes had gotten it wrong. hamilton went from the front back to fourth and put it down to his tires. this win puts max verstappen so clear at the top that it meant so
much to do it here. hamilton's never gone a season without winning a race and had calmed down a touch afterwards. verstappen though was still on cloud nine. it is always special when you win your home grand prix. this year, had to work for it even more and so, yeah, an incredible weekend and i'm really happy that we got the dutch grand prix. lu i really thought we were going to be their fighting for this win and then the car came out. and then i am sitting there and i'm in and then i am sitting there and i'm irrthe— and then i am sitting there and i'm inthe lead— and then i am sitting there and i'm in the lead but i know that no matter how good or bad a restart again. _ matter how good or bad a restart again. i_ matter how good or bad a restart again, i will not be able to hold these _ again, i will not be able to hold these guys up or them behind. and it with my— these guys up or them behind. and it with my fingers and it was such an outhurst— with my fingers and it was such an outburst of— with my fingers and it was such an outburst of emotions. to some of the day's other top sports stories and sheffield united are top of the championship after beating hull, whilst reading are up to third thanks to a 2—1win over stoke. lucasjoao made the most of some questionable stoke defending
to score the first of his two goals. and oliver wilson won his first dp world tour event for eight years — taking a one stroke win at the made in himmerland in denmark. this remarkable 65—foot putt at the 17th hole proving decisive. at the burlghley horse trials, piggy march was victorious on her horse vanir kamira. she pipped fellow briton tom jackson in a tense showjumping round. in the opening race of the super league triathlon series, it was a pair of third placed finishes for the british athletes... georgia taylor brown finished behind cassie beaugrand in the women's race. hayden wilde took the men's ahead of matt hauser and alex yee. it's been a busy summer for eilish mccolgan with two medals at the europeans and a gold and silver at the commonwealth games and she translated that track form onto the road to win the big half in london. out in front for much of the race, mccolgan set a new course record too in one hour, seven minutes and thirty five
seconds — more than a minute quicker than her mum liz's personal best. for his time on this course and submit people message me in this part, those cobbles here, there's tunnel here and so, we see in all the landmarks but putting it all together today was, it was a cool experience in the cloud were amazing. there is saying go on halfway through and so, is trying hard not to smile and laugh, i was like focus, focus. it was really cool and to run a course record, i cannot ask for anything more today. mo farah won the men's race for the third time as he stepped up preparations for the london marathon. he said he was happy with his his progress ahead of the race next month. david weir and eden rainbow—cooper won the wheelchair races. belgium's remco evenepoel continues to lead the vuelta espana with a week of racing to go but lost time to some of his rivals as the race headed into the sierra nevada today. dutchman thymen arensman took the win on a brutal day in the mountains with enric mas second to move
to within two minutes and a second of evenepoel. defending champion primoz roglic also gained time — he's just over 90 seconds back in the general classification. a week after finishing fourth at the world mountain bike championships, tom pidcock was back racing on the road at the tour of britain. he finished fifth on the opening stage from aberdeen to glenshee ski centre, which was won by new zealand's corbin strong. the race finishes on the isle of wight next sunday. francesco bagnaia won motogps san marino grand prix for his fourth consecutive victory this season. the italian was pushed all the way by compatriot enea bastianini. the final lap was the fastest of the race and when they crossed the line just three hundredths of a second separated them. fabio ouartararo finished fifth, but bagnaia has cut the frenchman's championship lead to thirty points with six races to go. and finally, today's formula two race at zandvoort had a number of crashes, whacky races at times but nobody it seems could stop
the pigeon. yes we've found the bravest bird in the netherlands. taking its life into its own claws as the cars streamed past behind the safety car. luckily none of the drivers did the dastedly and ran it over. that's all from sportsday. now — time for the film review. hello, and a very warm welcome to the film review on bbc news. i'mjane hill, and back with us after a summer break, mark kermode, good to see you again.
nice to see you again. so, interesting week. we have the forgiven with ralph fiennes and jessica chastain. we have three thousand years of longing, a strange, dark fantasy. and the cornish new wave continues with long way back. quite a striking mixture. so, the forgiven, which i know you've seen based on the 2012 best seller, ralph fiennes and jessica chastain are david and jo. they're a posh white couple who were travelling 400 miles for a party. "there's a long way to go for a party, and anyway, "they're more your friends than mine." the party is being hosted by their friends, played by matt smith and landryjones in their castle—like villa. en route, david, who drinks way too much, runs down
and kills a local boy. they then arrive at the party with the body. their hosts are shocked, but perhaps not as shocked as they should be. here's a clip. you're dressed for dinner. so the world's still normal. you should get changed. both of you, get changed. have a shower, come down for dinner. police will be here in an hour. i know the officer in charge. it'll be a formality. how did it happen? you should tell me before we tell the police, get- everything ironed out. we were bowling along, looking for the sign for asthma. and there was a lot of sand blowing across the road. i couldn't see. he just stepped out in front of us like he didn't understand the speed of a car. the fact is we hit him — we hit him and we killed him. well, the main thing is to come. clean, cooperate with the police, and seem overwhelmingly contrite. we can do that, can't we?
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