police evacuate several properties in sunbury—on—thames in surrey as officers search a house in connection with yesterday's bomb attack in west london. it follows the arrest of an 18—year—old man in the port area of dover over the attack, in which 30 people were injured. at least four people have died after a crash involving several vehicles on the m5 motorway in gloucestershire. a lovely day went through the central reservation, hitting at least two other vehicles. —— a law we went through the central reservation. the foreign secretary borisjohnson revives his promise of more funding for the nhs after brexit. the foreign secretary also said that the uk should not pay for a us single market access. hundreds of thousands of passengers are told their ryanair flights could be cancelled. the airline says it plans to axe up to 50 services a day for the next six weeks to improve punctuality. we are expecting an update on the investigation into the parsons green
terror attack from metropolitan police shortly. we will go straight to that. in the meantime, let's ci’oss to that. in the meantime, let's cross to sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday with me tim hague. the headlines this evening... there's no roy of the rovers start for hodgson. his new palace side have now lost their first five premier league games and fail to score again. scoring, not a problem for manchester city though. they go clear at the top, as sergio aguero‘s hatrick helps them to a 6—0 win at watford. and sebastien vettel is sensational in singapore. he takes pole position ahead of tomorrow's grand prix, but championship leader lewis hamilton can only manage fifth. also coming up in the programme: another huge fight night in las vegas approaches. we bring you all the build up to saul alvarez versus gennady golovkin — two of boxing's biggest punchers. we begin with the day's football
and roy hodgson‘s return to management with crystal palace began in defeat to southampton. if the former england boss didn't know the size of the task facing him, he does know, as palace lost again. —— he does now. that's now five defeats from five, without scoring a goal, the first time that's ever happened in the top flight. adam wild reports. from the terraces to the top job, roy hodgson‘s life now comes full circle. taking charge of crystal palace, the club he supported as a boy. these won't be the circumstances of which he once dreamed. he is inheriting a crisis at crystal palace. if that wasn't obvious before, it was soon crystal clear. southampton took the lead after little more than five minutes.
steven davis scored. if crystal palace are to arrest that dismal form, they need to start scoring. even with the likes of christian benteke, that is easier said than done. first—half chances limited. clearly frustrating. for the former england boss, these are perhaps familiar feelings. after the break, palace created some chances. but fraser forster in fine form. this was no fresh start at selhurst. they now become the first team in top—flight history to lose their first five games without so much as a goal. hodgson carries little blame for that but it is his job the trend drum. so another defeat for palace. our football reporter john bennettjoins me now. it's already looking like a worrying season for them. you mentioned it at the top. first tea m you mentioned it at the top. first team in top—flight history to lose
all of the first five games without scoring. it's been a map or three minutes since they last squad. —— it's been a50 minutes. the grains coming upfor it's been a50 minutes. the grains coming up for crystal palace are extremely tough. it want get any better any time since. i want to pick up on southampton. all the talk about crystal palace. the most passes completed, the most cultures of the ball, really good performance from him. everybody will be talking about crystal palace, though. we didn't play well enough as a team or individually to get the result we wanted to do. that's a fact of football life. words don't win you football matches, performances do. today, i'm afraid, we came up against a better team and lost.
tough task for roy hodgson. calls area tough task for roy hodgson. calls are a problem for crystal palace. so goals a problem for crystal palace, but the same can't be said of manchester city. they made it 15 in a week today, didn't they? 15 goals in the last week. sergio aguero with a hat—trick today. they are outstanding at the moment, manchester city. they are looking phenomenal. after —— gabrieljesus on the scoresheet. watford totally outplayed. it could've been so much more. 28 shots today for manchester city. pep guardiola will be very happy that result. it's complicated, that's the champions league. just three days the next game, i didn't expect to win in this way. i am so happy for the players for their commitment. three more points, especially for
the way we played. city is strong enough, we made some m ista kes city is strong enough, we made some mistakes in the first goals we conceded but the first goal, everybody said to be, it is offside. the second goal, we made a big mistake. have time, made some reaction but the first and third is offside. it's not a normal game. everybody has been complimenting marco silva's work. there's not a lot that his side could do about city today. what a dual upfront. just the options they got off the bench. bernardo silva. watford were unbeaten going into the skin. no mean feat for manchester city to win 6—0. —— into the game.
who would bet against them winning the title this season? watford, they drew with liverpool earlier this season. so city have already done the business today, but spurs are currently trying to get make it three wins in a week too — they're currently playing swansea at wembley. harry kane, he has scored four goals in his last few games, fancies his chances again. the night. it's been all stories in the first half. —— it's been all spurs. a positive start for morrissey of budgetary gnome's side. spurs looking like a decent side this season. a different challenge today. morrissey at dortmund came at them midweek. swa nsea dortmund came at them midweek. swansea are sitting back. swansea are managing to keep christian eriksen quite. that is a big problem
forjobs from —— forethought and in the second half. a bit of a struggle for liverpool at the moment, conceding five last weekend, dropping points in the champions league on wednesday and now more points dropped in the league against burnley. 1-1 1—1 draw. it was equalised. would you believe that liverpool had seven more shots than manchester city today and still only scored one goal. they were very wasteful today. you have to give credit to burnley for defending well. jurgen klopp will be extremely frustrated with the chances that liverpool missed. i'm not happy about the result. i am unhappy about a big part of the performance. you probably saw the away games of burnley, they won the last home game with four shots, 1—0. until the last two corners, i think, one shot on target.
the game could have been lost in these situations. 0verall, overall, we deserved it in a different way. similar to last week. but different. they make it tough. they made seven changes, freshness. a light has been made of set piece, maybe they are not as good with a real stuff. we exaggerated our game plan today. we exaggerated today. it was effective overall. jurgen klopp not too happy with that result. rafael benitez must have been unhappy career in the season. they lost their first two league games. they lost to monitor them —— nottingham forest. kieran wins in a i’ow 110w. nottingham forest. kieran wins in a row now. we've got two winners in a i’ow
row now. we've got two winners in a row for the defender. he is the captain becoming quite the humour. newcastle had delayed. to give a got the equaliser. first—time stalk have lost since the opening day. disappointment for mark hughes. for benitez, after all of the doom and gloom before the deadline, a silver lining. these players worked very hard. sometimes there are problems but after the reaction of the team, we know they are doing all they can to give us the points. i won't say they will then all the time, this is impossible, but at least we will compete and be capable of winning games. we've played better than that in recent weeks, we were a bit loose in terms of accuracy. in saying that, newcastle looked to put pressure on
and hit us on the break, we had to be vigilant at these moments. towards the end of the game, we made a mistake on the set play and they got into the lead for the second time. that was disappointing after working hard to get back on level terms. a disappointing result. . let's have a look at all of today's founa—blake —— premier league games. what about huddersfield against leicester — that one was 1—1. leicester needing some points, jamie vardy scoring a penalty for them. jamie vardy equalised with a penalty. it's worth watching match of the day, a contravention move. —— a controversial. 0nly of the day, a contravention move. —— a controversial. only two shots on target, notable for gareth barry, first player to start 600 premier league games for westbourne today.
equalling 632nd premier league appearances, equalling ryan giggs. important result for west ham. here is the table. the thing i noticed about this, the two manchester clubs are at the top, but look at that goal difference. five games, an average of almost three a game. newcastle united opted for. it's days, only five games, great for newcastle fantasies and. liverpool had a disappointing draw. gee-whiz ina row had a disappointing draw. gee-whiz in a row for newcastle united. thank you for now. we will see you at our past seven. —— three wins in a row. let's stick with football though, and head down into the championship as barnsley are currently hosting aston villa in the late kick—off. both of these sides down towards the relegation places
and it's villa who lead 1—0 after this goal from albert adomah. a penalty just before a penaltyjust before half—time. a foul from barnsley. 2—0 a penaltyjust before half—time. a foulfrom barnsley. 2—0 now. both the sides in the relegation zone. elsewhere in the championship leeds' unbeaten run came to an end as they were lost 1—0 at millwall. leeds, wolves and cardiff all have 17 points at the top of the table, wolves beat nottingham forest 2—1. sol bamba's late equaliser earned cardiff a point against sheffield wednesday, he scored in the 9ath minute. there were also wins for in form preston, bristol city, burton, middlesbrough and norwich. hull and sunderland drew 1—1. disappointment for keeping rangers. it was the biggest match in the core's yesterday but the peterborough —based side were beaten a-2 peterborough —based side were beaten a—2 by kidderminster. in the scottish premiership,
aberdeen drew 1—1 with kilmarnock, it means they now sit two points behind champions celtic who eased past ross county a—0. dundee recorded their first win of the season with stjohnstone suffering their first defeat — 3—2 the score at dens park. hearts won away at hamilton 2—1 and louie moult scored twice as motherwell came from behind to earn a point at hibernian. sebastien vettel will start on pole ahead of tomorrow's singapore grand prix. lewis hamilton will begin from fifth. which means the ferrari driver will feel confident about surpassing his rival in the drivers standings come race day. tom clarkson is in singapore for us. with formula 1 being a mechanised sport, it's sometimes difficult to work out whether it's the car or the driver making the difference. during qualifying for the singapore grand prix we were left in no doubt about the talents of one man.
wo0h00! no wonder sebastian vettel was happy. after losing his championship lead to lewis hamilton last time in italy, pole was vital. for much of qualifying, it looked as though max verstappen would take that. seven of the nine... his red bull team dominated practice and he clocked the quickest time in the first two sessions. but sebastian vettel had been keeping his powder dry. hamilton and bottas ended up fifth and sixth. it suited ferrari perfectly. verstappen couldn't match vettel‘s times. despite clipping a wall, the four—time world champion went even quicker. with three cars and more than half a second between him and hamilton, the german will expect to regain his championship lead. very, very happy. the car was amazing. it's an amazing track if you feel that the car is coming alive
and you can do what you want to. i knew we had it in us. it was a bit of a struggle to get there. now i'm just happy. just a shame you couldn't get on pole, the final lap was not great but we were quite close. i'm happy with that. it will be difficult to pass on during the race. i'm still confident about victory. we've got a great package. he turned it on in qualifying but i'm positive. sebastian vettel understandably happy with his pole position. lewis hamilton is starting in fifth. he said he needs to perform a miracle if he is to get anywhere near sebastian vettel. the ramifications of what happened in this grand prix should could be huge. there arejust
three points between hamilton and sebastian vettel. all to play for. rugby union now and leicester tigers won their first game of the season, by beating gloucester 2a—10 at welford road the tigers had lost their first two league games, but ran in three tries inside the opening 20 minutes, two from ben youngs and this one from australia winger nick malouf. the other premiership game of the day between newcastle and saracens kicks off at 10pm tonight in philadelphia in the united states. meanwhile munster maintained their unbeaten start to the pro1a season after a 21—16 win over 0spreys at the liberty stadium. the hosts took an early lead, but two first half tries gave the irish side an eight point advantage. and while several second half penalties put 0spreys back into contention... that late penalty from tyler bleyendaal sealed the victory. at southern kings 31—10.
elsewhere there was a win for leinster, at southern kings 31—10. cardiff host glasgow, kicks off at 735. one other rugby results to bring you — and world champions new zealand have completed a record victory over south africa in auckland, thrashing them 57—0. the all blacks were ruthless as usual, running in eight tries. scott barrett was among the scorers, while his older brother beauden kicked 17 points. it was new zealand's biggest winning margin over the springboks ever. the wind keeps them in the hunt for promotion. they are also level on
eight points with catalan dragons before the crucial trip to play them in perpignan on next weekend. some breaking news, birmingham city have parted company with harry redknapp, the manager. they've just parted company with harry redknapp, the manager. they'vejust announced that. he kept them up last season in the championship but he's just been sacked. ben stokes has been arrested, he will play in the five match one—day series that follows. they've decided to ball, winning the recent test match series between the two sides. west indies are currently 1a—0. chris gayle is the biggest. favourite capri won today's st leger classic at doncaster the three to one to shot ridden by ryan moore took the title in thrilling fashion — and making it five wins in the world's oldest classic race
for irish trainer aidan 0'brien. crystal 0cean finished second with stradivarius in third. jonny brownlee has finished the world triathlon series in sixth place after coming fifth in the final race of the season in rotterdam. vincent luis of france picked up his first win of the campaign, while third place was enough for spain's mario mola to win a second straight world title. jessica learmonth of great britain finished third in the women's race, to follow up her podium position in stockholm last time out. that's absolutely not that story, is it? jessica learmonth of great britain finished third in the women's race, to follow up her podium position in stockholm last time out. british bobsleigh have appointed lee johnston — a three—time 0lympian — as their new head coach. he replaces dominik scherrer who resigned earlier this week. johnston was a member of the gb teams at the 1998, 2002 and 2006 winter olympics and is a 12—time british champion. british bobsleigh have announced dominick sherrer‘s replacement as their head coach. it's lee johnston, a three—time 0lympian. it's the return of the champions
league of darts this weekend at the motorpoint arena in cardiff, where the top eight players in the pdc play over two days in a knockout tournament. in the opening match, world number three peter snakebite wright fired in six 180s to beat world number six dave chisnall and see out the match on double five. you can see full coverage from cardiff on the bbc sport website. thousands of boxing fans are in las vegas this weekend, for the middleweight title clash between two of the best fighters on the planet, gennady golovkin and canelo alvarez. 0ur reporter adie is also there. and it's a match—up that fight fans have wanted for years. it is. the atmosphere has built
throughout the week. it's notjust a matchup between two of the best pound—for—pound. .. sorry to interrupt. let's go straight to scotla nd interrupt. let's go straight to scotland yard, we are hearing from the deputy commissioner. i'm happy to ta ke the deputy commissioner. i'm happy to take two a few questions afterwards. the metropolitan police and its partners across the car to terrorism pleasing that we can around the clock and throughout the night to locate those responsible for this cowardly crime. at 7:50am this morning, local police officers and kent arrested an 18—year—old man with a departure area of the port of dover. he was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism. he's now been transferred to custody ata he's now been transferred to custody at a police station in london. officers from kent police had to
partially evacuated the port of dover at around 11:a0am. this was to enable them to search the premises asa enable them to search the premises as a precautionary measure. that work is now complete and they have recovered a number of items during this search. a short while later, around 1:a0pm, with the assistance of surrey police, met police officers also evacuated a house in sunbury on thames. as a precautionary measure, evacuated the surrounding buildings and setup cordons within a 100 metre radius. i wa nt to cordons within a 100 metre radius. i want to be that the experts are quickly and thoroughly searching this address and working to make sure it is safe. once this is done, a detailed search will take place but i'd like to thank residents and people travelling in and out of the port of dover this morning for their patience and understanding first officers carry out this
precautionary but important work. their support has an e—book is to act swiftly. the police and simon local authority are working to put residents back into their homes as $0011 residents back into their homes as 50011 as residents back into their homes as soon as the. we are keeping an open mind as to whether more than one person is responsible for the attack and are pursuing numerous lines of enquiry at great pace. what happens next? our priorities are to ensure the address in sunbury is safe and to identify and locate other potential suspects. we have identified what virgin 21 witnesses and have spoken to 100 of them already —— we have identified 121 witnesses and have spoken to 100. we have been sent many pictures by the public. we take a large of calls from the public through the confidential hotline. the public‘s
help remains crucial and a large anyone with information, no matter how significant they think it is, to continue to let us know. police officers across the uk are also still out in force protecting communities. yesterday the prime minister announced the terrorism threat level had been raised to critical by the independentjoint terrorism analysis centre. this means an attack is not only highly unlikely but potentially imminent. the threat level remained at critical but is under constant review. military personnel have been drafted in to protect infrastructure sites. this is allowing buyers to be out on patrols and protecting the public. —— this is allowing others, the police. we will continue to see more officers, armed and unarmed,
uncontrolled by a foot and in vehicles over the weekend. they will patrol crowded places, iconic sites, transport hubs and poets. —— and ports. 30 people have received treatment for injuries at hospitals. we are grateful that nobody was killed yesterday but my thoughts are with those affected by this terrible and traumatic attack. the fact that so and traumatic attack. the fact that so many communities stand together against the claridges that is terrorism is a tremendous strength in the uk. —— the characters that of terrorism. i'm happy to take a number of questions. inaudible all and repair to say at
the moment as this is a significant arrest. we are open-minded. if there are other people involved, we are going to find them. this is why we are still at critical. inaudible. because of the precautions we've taken, it is significant. this search is underway and it will take some time. it is a very significant fine. inaudible. but at this time, no. i appreciate you waiting. thank you very much. there we have the statement outside new scotland yard from the metropolitan police deputy assista nt from the metropolitan police deputy assistant commissioner. he says that the police are keeping an open mind on whether more than one person was responsible for the bombing at parsons green yesterday. a couple of
other lines from him saying that they are conducting one—to—one interviews, have spoken to about 100 people so far, numerous lines of enquiry they are receiving. they are working to ensure that sunbury is safe but there is going to have today and increased police and military presence. that's just a quick update on his statement. what are the evening. but first, the weather. it's been a day of pleasant skulls of sunshine but equally some of us have had some heavy and thundery showers. still some heavy downpours and thunderstorms in parts of england and south wales. for most of england and south wales. for most of us, the show was our evening through the night. clear spells, turning chile. 8—11 in towns and cities. colder in the countryside. a
fresh start tomorrow. some missed. better ta ke fresh start tomorrow. some missed. better take brokerage it. fewer showers and more sunshine. a fresh start and he missed and is clearing away. some showers through the morning in southern and eastern coasts of england. that should ease by the afternoon but the odd shower p°ppin9 by the afternoon but the odd shower p°pping up by the afternoon but the odd shower popping up anywhere, particularly in england and wales. most of us staying dry and temperatures reaching 18 degrees or so. sunday, breezy on the east coast, some showers. away from the east coast, relatively dry with just the odd shower and highs of 17. this is bbc news. the headlines at 7pm: police
evacuate several properties in sunbury—on—thames in surrey as officers search a house in connection with yesterday's bomb attack at parsons green station in west london. earlier an 18—year—old man was arrested at the port of dover. it's understood he is suspected of planting the home—made device. at this stage we are keeping an open mind over whether more than one person was involved in the attack, and we're still pursuing many lines of enquiry at great pace. at least four people are killed in a crash involving several vehicles on the m5 motorway in gloucestershire. the foreign secretary borisjohnson revives his contested claim that brexit could free up more money for the nhs. also in the next hour, hundreds of thousands of passengers are told their ryanair flights could be cancelled. the airline says it plans to axe up to 50 services a day for the next