nowhere near as wintry as it later. nowhere near as wintry as it is in eastern europe. —16 was the high in krakow in poland this afternoon. cold weather has extended to greece and turkey were they have seen extensive snowfall. hello. this is bbc news. the headlines: labour has accused the government of plunging the nhs into crisis through lack of funding. it comes after the british red cross warned some hospitals were suffering a "humanitarian crisis" — a claim rejected by nhs england. police in florida are continuing to question a 26—year—old us army veteran after five people were shot dead at fort lauderdale airport. more than a0 people have been killed in a bomb blast in northern syria. it's thought the islamic state group could be to blame. they're not part of the recent ceasefire. and wayne rooney has equalled sir bobby charlton's record as manchester united's highest ever goalscorer, in today's 4—0 fa cup victory over reading. now on bbc news, sportsday.
hello and welcome to sportsday with karthi gna nasegaram and jessica creighton. the headlines this evening: a record equalling goalfrom rooney as manchester united move into the fourth round of the fa cup. millwall capitalise on a much—changed bournemouth side to dump the top tier team out of the cup. stourbridge were seven minutes from the fourth round draw but the lowest side in the compeition bow out. we'll round up all of the day's fa cup action. also coming up in the programme: setting up the season with a stunning three setter. murray's winning run is brought to an end by djokovic as the serb retains his doha title. and farah finishes in seventh as he starts his season at the great edinburgh cross country.
it has been an incredibly busy day. and this afternoon couldn't have gone much better for manchester united. current fa cup holders, they beat reading 4—0 at old trafford in the third round, with one of their goals coming from wayne rooney. it was his 249th goal for united, equalling the club record set by sir bobby charlton who was watching on. adam wild reports. arriving at the theatre of dreams, for wayne rooney a moment to fulfil his. this is the stage on which he's been a leading man for more than a decade. amongst the audience for this special performance, the man whose goal—scoring record he was now chasing.
rooneyjust one goal away from that, and no one would have to wait long. commentator: it's in, wayne rooney equals the all—time goal—scoring record of sir bobby charlton for manchester united. in off his knee, but in all the same, and that's what the history books will now show. record equalling goal—scorer, but rooney's role goes much further than that. his pass playing in anthony martial for united's second. such was their dominance, the lead could, perhaps should, have been greater by half—time. but whilst rooney couldn't quite add another, marcus rashford could. his captain the first to congratulate him. for the cup holders, this was very comfortable. rashford's second — united's fourth — couldn't have been any easier. a landslide win for a landmark occasion. to be up there in terms of goals with sir bobby, it's a really proud moment for me. hopefully i'll be out there on my own soon, but today, i'll enjoy today. it's a real honour. a record equalled — now to break it. for such a player that
surely won't take long. it was a professional performance. players faced it in a fantastic way. respected the opponent, like we do in premier league matches, we found good qualities. and it was a professional performance, everybody was focused and committed. professional performance, everybody was focused and committedm professional performance, everybody was focused and committed. it is always good to be back. but of course you want to get the result. i am not the type of manager who's happy to lose. it is always a good here, atmosphere that people have been good, fans have been good, but lam thinking been good, fans have been good, but i am thinking about the team, rather than the fans, what they have been
doing. i than the fans, what they have been doing. lam than the fans, what they have been doing. i am thankful about how they approached me, but i have to think about my team and what we can do. we can find out if we had any shocks? john is with me. but i can tell you about the late kick off. arsenal going to be the fourth round after coming from behind against preston. it was the meeting of the invincible is, it is a decade since it is applied to arsenal, and a century for preston, but preston wrote back the years to stun their decorated opponents. flag stays down. what a start for preston north end. the goal—scorer should have told
provider. —— turned. preston pressed... wenger stressed. could arsenal rescue this in the second half? seconds into the half, we had an answer. fantastic from aaron ramsey. just when they needed that. arsenal in the ascendancy, mustafe tested the keeper's palm. olivier giroud beat them but could not beat the offside trap. but no doubting the offside trap. but no doubting the legality of this one. 89 minutes. breaking preston's hopes of a replay. they may not be invincible is, but the current arsenal team do not know when they have been beaten. and millwall also doing the business. probably a bit of a shock in millwall of league one, beating top flight bournemouth, 3—0.
11 changes had been made by eddie howe. it was an excellent performance. millwall‘s first goal scored by steve morison after 26 minutes. and then, sensing the upset. third goal by midfielder shane ferguson in third minute of added time. bournemouth, who drew 3—3 with arsenaljust bournemouth, who drew 3—3 with arsenal just days bournemouth, who drew 3—3 with arsenaljust days ago, well beaten in this. millwall looking like the premier league team. and we can speak to the millwall boss.|j enjoyed that. i enjoyed watching my team. the boys had been working hard, to try to stop almost. nullified the threats. —— bournemouth. but we knew that we we re bournemouth. but we knew that we were capable of making chances, so i am delighted that we were clinical. and pleased with the clean sheet. tyneside is a wonderful thing, if we
knew we were going to perform so badly we would not have made those changes. how frustrated with that performance? i think we have developed the winning culture, mentality, so to succumb in that manner is hugely disappointing. and derby county also defeated premier league opposition, west bromich 2—1. albion derby county had been in good form in the championship so some people could have predicted this. but west brom also in good form. they were in control. thanks to this from phillips. but two long range strikes in five minutes turned it round. darren bent. then tom ince. famous father, paul! steve mcclaren doing such a good job after taking over from doing such a good job after taking overfrom nigel pearson. back at
doing such a good job after taking over from nigel pearson. back at his former football club. with braun supporters could have thought they we re supporters could have thought they were good if —— going to have a good cup run but no! you've got to feel a little for lincoln here. so, so close to causing an upset against ipswich, but 2—2 it finished... i thought this was going to be the story of the day. it was an excellent performance in the end. we can look at the goals. linclon went in front twice in this game. first of all early on when theo robinson got on the end of this cross. when tim, top of the national league. —— lincoln. ipswich levelled almost immediately when tom lawrence dribbled through the defence to score the goalkeeper‘s legs. but lincoln always looked like they could score again against the championship side, and robinson again, seized on the error in the ipswich defence to make it 2—1, and it was looking like a shock was the cards. some ipswich supporters turning against them.
15th in the championship. supporters turning against them. 15th in the championshipm supporters turning against them. 15th in the championship. it is a tinge of disappointment but i think the overriding emotion is pride. under a lot of pressure today, 5000 supporters coming all of this week to support us. and we wanted to give the best version of ourselves. we are pleased that we were able to do that. the championship teams getting a good account of themselves. norwich city getting a replay against southampton. 2—2 at carrow road. norwich city have been inconsistent, and southampton have had a tough christmas. southampton airport the second, to make it 2—1, it looked like southampton were going to go through, good header from
like southampton were going to go through, good headerfrom the international. it looked as though boruc city were going to be heading out, but steven naismith, the former everton player, made it 2—2. that could be a confidence boosterfor norwich city. alex neil has been under pressure. and nojose fonte for southampton. he handed that tra nsfer for southampton. he handed that transfer request in. now, perhaps an emotional game for afc wimbledon, unable to overcome lower league opposition, it ended 0—0 against sutton united... i think this was one of the highlights. neighbours. two teams famous for fa cup exploits in the 80s. sutton had the better of the game with maxime biamou denied twice in the first half — dons striker tom elliott had a header cleared off the line in stoppage time, but neither side could find a winner so they'll do it all again. here's sutton captain jamie collins but first his manager paul doswell. .. you can get wrapped up in the game.
but i think people thought we were the better team today. the goalkeeper made some good saves. we have done ourselves credit. good performance today. at home, we fancy ourselves against anybody. away from home we have struggled. but to be honest, we had some good chances in the first half. we will take the draw. go to their place. another good day for the lads. the lowest—ranked team in the 3rd round, stourbridge, have been knocked out by wycome. good account of themselves? very brave. unlucky. not to at least get a replay. wycombe were made to wait for the break through, but they did go in front early in the second half through sam wood. but stourbridge got what was a deserved equaliser for the northern premier league side. getting back into it.
dan scarr getting on the end of the scramble. the celebrations said it all. all of these players, amateurs. but it was heartbreak for the side from the black country. "the beast" adebayo akinfenwa denying them a replay with a late header to make it 2—1. the wycombe wanderers manager, relieved. you can see why the court to the third round. really gave us a game today. akinfenwa popping up, got us out ofjail. because they really gave us a good game. fantastic. it is fantastic that wycombe wanderers have got to the fourth round, heck of an achievement, but that was very top. as tough as many begin is we have had a league two. five port probably over 90 minutes we were the better
team, but it is always fine margins in football. i am proud with everybody involved at the football club. the supporters, absolutely amazing. the atmosphere generated today, hairs on the back of the net. down, but like everybody, for the right reasons! no hiccups for rochdale, against barrow of the national league. 2—0 the final score... and rochdale, on a good run. fourth in league one. whoever gets them is going to have a tough game. they deserve a premier league team. both goals scored by ian henderson, either side of half time, his 11th and 12th goals of the season for dale. richie bennett and moussa diarra had the best chances for national conference side barrow. barrow manger paul cox proud of his side's efforts...
i thought in the first half we can't two good chances at 1—0 down, to try to get back into the game. the whole game, you look at but rochdale, they took the chances. we struggled in those areas. but the lads are been working extremely hard. it has been a fantastic journey. working extremely hard. it has been a fantasticjourney. we have been beaten by a very good team today. they have done a fantasticjob. we are going to dust ourselves down. go again. six goals in this next gamejohn! brentford 5, eastleigh 1. the difference in leagues and quality showed here... it was emotionalfor it was emotional for martin allen, who used to manage brentford. brentford's first goal was in the ninth minute — a penalty won by lasse vibe after being brought down by graham stack — yellow for stack. it could have been red. but the new
rules, yellow. yoann barbet converted the penalty and romaine sawyers sealed the 5—1win with the best goal of the match just before half time. excellent. martin allen loves an fa cup run. but overfor eastleigh. excellent. martin allen loves an fa cup run. but over for eastleighlj asked them at half—time, to do their families proud. 5—1 down. could have taken a tanking. i thought they did a good job. i could not have asked for any more. and the brentford supporters appreciated that. standing ovation going off. despite the result, it was a good day for me personally. what a difference a season makes. palace were fa cup finalists last season. today, they played out a goalless draw against bolton... sam allardyce,
sam alla rdyce, against sam allardyce, against his old team. eight years at bolton. sam allardyce is still looking for his first win as crystal palace boss after his former club bolton wanderers forced a replay against their premier league opponents in the fa cup third round. i think he has been finding this harder than he expected. replay they don't need. but credit to bolton wanderers. loic remy hit the post for last year's losing finalists in the first half — but they survived a scare when josh vela also found the woodwork for bolton. sam allardyce, sam alla rdyce, not sam allardyce, not happy to get that replay forced on him. my disappointment was the fact that we treated, and —— created good chances in the first half, but the most pleasing thing, we have not conceded a goal. we will take the clean sheet scenario, and try to deliver that at west ham next week. typical fa cup.
drizzly. wet. two teams giving their all. and not a lot of quality in front of goalfrom all. and not a lot of quality in front of goal from our point of view touchable. —— particularly. let's have a look at the rest of the day's results.... we were hoping for possibly some more shocks. brighton continue good form. bristol city struggling. everton out. leicester city had not won away in the league all season. but coming from behind. romelu lukaku but coming from behind. romelu lu ka ku for everton, but coming from behind. romelu lukaku for everton, musa for leicester city. and some of the other results. huddersfield town, i think they could get a good run. hull city. battle of the new managers. silva for hull. clement
for swansea. hull through. and m illwa ll for swansea. hull through. and millwall beating bournemouth. sunderland, a replay they could do without. and wolverhampton wanderers, defeating stoke city, who had a strong team, including the likes of shaqiri. wolverhampton wanderers have not heard great form in the championship. watford beating burton. some exciting games. fourth round will be exciting! and you have got the rest of the sport? tennis fans will have enjoyed the first competitive final of the 2017 season. the world's number one and two, sir andy murray and novak djokiovic spent nearly three hours on court in the final of the qatar open with novak djokovic the eventual champion. and as a bonus he's brought murray's 28 match winning streak to an end. maz farookhi reports.
sir andy murray says 2017 is a fresh start. but he walked out to face a familiar opponent, on the other side of the net, it was novak djokovic, who he has played 35 teams previously. and they both started where they left off. the number one could not capitalise and djokovic then forced his way into the match. taking the opening set 6—3. flying start in the second. at previous encounters, andy murray could have crumbled, but he saved three match points. refused to be beaten. it moved to the decider. it then became a test of physical endurance, but djokovic ground out the win. andy murray retains the number one ranking, but the serb has the early edge this season. it's the first week of the tennis season as the world's best prepare
for this month's australia open. katerina siniakova of the czech republic has won her first wta tour title, beating eighth—seed alison riske in the final of the shenzhen open in china. the 20—year—old, who knocked out british number one johanna konta in the semi—finals, had little trouble against riske, breaking the american twice in each set to win 6—3, 6—4. she had lost her two previous wta finals last year. seventh seed grigor dimitrov is through to the brisbane international final after upsetting the defending champion milos raonic in the semi final. the bulgarian progressed in straight sets and will meet japan's kei nishikori in the final. nishikori beat stanislas wawrinka in the first semi final. sir mo farah's attempt to win the great edinburgh international cross country for a second time ended in disappointment this afternoon. the two time, double olympic champion struggled at holyrood park, finishing seventh in his first race of 2017. great britain's callum hawkins was beaten into second by america's leonard korir in a sprint finish.
definitely never behind. the last bit of training has not gone as well asi bit of training has not gone as well as i wanted. but i want to preserve my country, help the guys, ten days before, what do i do? i did a session. and i knew from that it was going to be hard. saracens have returned to the top of rugby union's premiership — coming from behind to draw 13—13 with exeter chiefs saracens had to play 70 minutes with 1a men after richard barrington was sent off for illegally using his shoulder in this challenge with former geoff parling. the former england flanker left the field on a stretcher and his side looked to be on course for victory until titi lamositele bundled the ball over late on. alex lozowski slotted home
the conversion to tie the scores and take sarrcens above wasps — who play leicester tomorrow. elsewhere, gloucester scored seven tries in their 55—19 win over worcester, harlequins beat sale sharks 29—26 while bristol stay bottom of the table after a 32—26 defeat to northampton. ospreys are top of the pro12 after beating champions, connaught at the liberty stadium 29 points to 7. the welsh side had a 14—0 lead by half time. ashley beck sealed the bonus point score in the final minute. glasgow play cardiff blues later this evening. just started. australia beat pakistan by 220 runs in the third test at sydney to complete a 3—0 series whitewash. the tourists started the day on 55—1 and needed to bat out day five to save the test. but they lasted just 64 overs before being bowled out for 244. josh hazlewood and stephen o'keefe took three wickets each. it was a 12th successive
test defeat in australia for misbah—ul—haq's side. darts now. the top seed and world number one glen durrant is safely into round two at the bdo world championship. the tournament started at lakeside this afternoon and durrant got proceedings off and running with a stunning opening check out, a 167 to put him on course for victory against wales's nick kenny. durrant is the favourite to win this week and he won his first round by three sets to one. darryl fitton is also into round two. the world number 11 beat wouter vaes of the netherlands by three sets to nil. and england's trina gulliver is safely through to round two in the women's draw. the world number five comfortably beat compatriot claire brookin by two sets to nil. and british snowboarder has a event
is not far from the but some snow in the forecast. snow is not farfrom the milds. mild night but murky. fog, dense. especially over the hills. and generally across the united kingdom, misty and murky. patchy rain possible. and eastern scotland, the greatest chance of toast of frauds, —— touch of frost. grey. in the morning, it is going to the murkiest, bot for most, grey shades will lighten. breaks in the cloud. northern ireland, at lunchtime, is going to get some wet weather, pushing to the west of scotland. turning windier. still some sunshine to the north—east of scotland, but even there, splashes of rain across eastern areas. damp at the they love mine and cornwall. possibly some sunshine for north east england, and
some breaks elsewhere. but most, grey. rain here and there. if you are going to any of the fa cup matches, you can hope that the matches, you can hope that the matches are going to be more exciting than the colour of the sky overhead. increasingly misty overnight, but that is going to lift across scotland and northern ireland. the monday morning commuters not going to be particularly nice. spreading south watch, and south westerly winds. turns colder. sunshine and occasional showers north. severe gales by the end of the day. cold on tuesday, air takes over. atlantic going to be replaced by some colder weather. chill extends to france.
and northern spain. the week ahead, dominated by stronger wnds. we are going to have that milder spell but turns colder. and particularly frosty and wintry for some. friday, and the chance of some snow. this is bbc news. i'm nicholas owen. the headlines. labour accuses the government of slashing spending on the nhs. it comes after the british red cross warned hospitals were in a "humanitarian crisis" — a claim nhs england rejects. for the first time for probably 30 years, school budgets are falling, the nhs is in crisis. we're campaigning on all of those issues. we want real social justice in this country. a us army veteran is in custody after five people were shot dead at fort lauderdale airport in florida — a british—born great—grandmother