hello and welcome to sportsday, with mejames pearce. the headlines this evening: it's nine league wins in a row for manchester city as they outclass arsenal at the emirates. one goal is enough for chelsea as they beat manchester united. captain danny brough is one of three players thrown out of scotland's rugby league campaign aftere they were all too drunk to board an aircraft.. and another weekend, another trophy forjustin rose. this time the turkish open. hello, plenty to come on the programme but let's start with the premier league where the top five in the table were all in action today, and there was yet another win for leaders manchester city. they are now 8 points clear at the top, after they beat arsenal 3—1 at home. tim hague watched the match. the greatest goal—scorer in
manchester city's history. sergio garrow! 178 and counting for sergio aguero, and who knows how many more people get? number 179 might have arrived after just people get? number 179 might have arrived afterjust one minute. while city couldn't find the final product early on, kevin de bruyne code. so often the scorer of important goals, and here was another. the league leaders should have more. all raheem sterling had to do was to pass. the execution summed up by his manager's reaction. sterling made amends, brought down in the box, and you know who finished the job, with a little help from the post. while arsenal offered little in attack, one of theirfew arsenal offered little in attack, one of their few chances was put away by substitute alexander la cazette. away by substitute alexander lacazette. petr cech had also saved brilliantly from gabriel jesus
lacazette. petr cech had also saved brilliantly from gabrieljesus but could do nothing about that one. in truth, city were just a bit too good, like they have been all season. good, like they have been all season. 31 points from 11 games. it will not just be season. 31 points from 11 games. it will notjust be aguero flanking history this season. we made a good performance, considering the champions league game against napoli, we rested all the big players. we suffered together, fought together. i'm very pleased again for that victory, for the way we played. it was a provoked penalty by raheem sterling. we know he dives well. the third goal was offside. i am upset, because at 2—1 we were in the game, and we looked like we would score. we had many dangerous situations. they had as well, in fairness, they
are a good site. the third goal was are a good site. the third goal was a killer. we put chelsea in the wall. we push them to the wall in the last ten or 15 minutes. we deserve the late goal but it was not possible. everton eve rto n wo n everton won 3—2 against watford. a goalless first half and an action
packed second. david unsworth looked to be heading for another defeat with watford two ahead but saw his side turn things around, leighton baines scoring from the spot. tom cleverley had the chance to level four watford but missed his penalty. everton four watford but missed his penalty. eve rto n m ove four watford but missed his penalty. everton move out of the relegation places. tottenham are still third after beating crystal palace at wembley but they rode their luck against the bottom club. roy hodgson‘s side created a number of chances and wilfried zaha had the best of them after rounding spurs stand in keeper paolo gazzaniga. son heung—min was the matchwinner with one of tottenham's very few shots on target. a very different tottenham performance to the one in midweek against real madrid, but an important three points. the challenge was amazing. we started to feel after madrid that the challenge would be very tough to try to keep the feet on the grass and be professional and to try to
win, because the three points for us means a lot, to keep our position. they gave a good account of themselves. they worked very hard. the shape of the team was good, but unfortunately, once again, i'm standing here talking to journalists with no points in the bag, but people trying to cheer me up by saying, you didn't play that badly. there were nine more ties in the fa cup first round today. no major shocks today but woking from the national league have taken league one bury to a replay. it wasn't looking good for the surrey side after they went a goal down inside the first minute. but this header from jamie philpot means they will be in the hat for the second round . elsewhere, national league guiesley held accrington stanley to a goalless draw. and you can see all the weekend's fa cup goals on the bbc sport website. kilmarnock have chalked up a much needed victory in the scottish premiership. it was their first win under manager steve clarke. adam frizzell was on hand to seal a 2—1victory at hearts.
it was hearts' third defeat in a row, while kilmarnock move out of the relegation zone.. captain danny brough and 2 other scotland players have been sent home from the rugby league world cup in disgrace. they were too drunk to board a flight following their heavy defeat to new zealand. brough remained in christchurch with sam brooks and johnny walker while the squad flew to cairns for next week's final group game with samoa. it's brough‘s third world cup as scotland captain and the huddersfield stand—off is their most capped player. the scotland management say they support the airline's decision and have told the trio that they will play no further part in the tournament. two other home nations were in action n today. wales can't reach the knockout stages now after their record world cup defeat, thrashed 72—6 by fiji ireland have a very slim chance of qualifying for the knockout stage after losing 111—6 to papua new guinea, they were comprehensively better than us. i thought they played a
really good game of rugby league and you have to congratulate fiji because in the first half they made one error and that was the last tackle play where they ran it. people playing football like that against you, big, strong, fast, and skilful as they are, you are in bother, and we were. harlequins beat saracens. this try in the 83rd minute put them within a point. the video referee help for the try which left james laing with the chance to win the game with the final kick. he made no mistake. and harlequins celebrated a remarkable victory. england'sjustin rose has won back—to back tournaments on the european tour. a winner in china last week, he clinched the turkish open by a single stroke with a biride putt on the last. he finished on 18 under par, one clear of belgium's nicholas colsaerts and south african dylan fratelli. rose is now closing in on tommy fleetwood at the top of the european rankings with two
tournaments left to play this season. this is the first time i have gone back to back in my career. to roll some form into another tournament immediately is wonderful. even though i'm not playing, it's an important week for me. i will catch up important week for me. i will catch up on my coaches, my physio, on some work, get the body feeling good, and come back today by giving myself the best chance. even though i'm not technically playing, i will be doing a lot of good work. james anderson has shown he's in form as england's men warm up for the first ashes test against australia later this month. england's record wicket taker claimed four wickets as the 2—day match against a western australia 11 ended in an draw. henry moeran reports from perth. these have been two competitive days of cricket at the end of england's ashes tour down under. yesterday, the batsmen had a go. four half centuries in the england top order, reassuring to the coaches. today, the turn of the bowlers to get some valuable time, getting some rhythm,
and making sure they hit the ground running for the first—class match in adelaide next week. james anderson was the pick of the bowlers. an impressive performance from jake ball and from mason crane, the leg—spinner who may yet have an important part to play, should moeen ali's side strain be worse than feared. england's women also drew their warm up game ahead of thursday's stand alone ashes test match. australia closed the three—day—game on 182—7. mark selby has successfully retained his international championship title after beating mark allen in the final in china. the world champion survived a late comeback from northern ireland's allen, but selby held on to win by 10 frames to 7 and take his 13th career ranking title, as well as collecting a cheque for £150,000. finally shalane flanagan became the first american woman for a0 years to win the new york marathon. flanagan was a popular winner of her first major marathon as she comfortably beat the defending champion mary keitany.
geoffrey kamworor from kenya won the men's race, holding off compatriot wilson kipsang in a close finish. more than 50,000 people took part in the marathon which had heightened security following last week's terror attacks in new york. that's all from sportsday. there'll be more sport here on bbc news throughout the evening. hello there. the second part of the weekend is drier and brighterfor many of us, bar a few showers. noticeably colder. it would be a cold bonfire event for most.
overnight, the temperatures really fall away under clear skies. you can see the blue developing. by dawn, temperatures in the countryside down to minus two celsius for many, but as mine low as minus six celsius, along with mist and fog patches. monday starts on a cold, frosty note in parts of england and wales. some mist and fog will clear away. a change in the north and west as a weather front will move in, change in the north and west as a weatherfront will move in, bringing increasing cloud and rain. some of that will reach the south west of england and parts of wales by the afternoon, giving spots of light rain, and temperatures slowly lifting to 12 celsius. central and eastern england will be sunny throughout the day but quite cold. a lot of clout in northern england, northern ireland and scotland. the rain moves into north—western scotland, becoming heavier, with stronger winds. the rain moves
slowly to the east during the course of monday night, a little snow falling for the high ground of scotland. the temperatures are much milder than the previous night, but turning colder in the north—west. the next plunge of cold air will be moving in behind that weather front as it slowly clears to the east. tuesdayis as it slowly clears to the east. tuesday is quite a wet one for many central, southern and eastern areas, windy too ahead of it, but will bring that milder air. the rain will eventually clear, bit of back for east anglia and the south—east. behind it, plenty of sunshine and a few scattered showers. the rain front eventually moves away and we see a ridge of high pressure building infor see a ridge of high pressure building in for wednesday, before the next weather front moves in on thursday. it is a flip flopping kind
of week. by thursday, more cloud around, but also a few showers. this is bbc news with a special programme as the first results are released of a special investigation into the offshore tax secrets of some of the world's richest and most powerful people — it follows a leak of documents known as the paradise papers. the bbc panorama programme has discovered that millions of pounds of the queen's private money is invested in offshore funds based in the cayman islands and bermuda by her private estate, the duchy of lancaster. the revelation comes from a cache of more than 13 million secret documents — one tax expert says it's likely to embarrass buckingham palace. the papers also disclose how donald trump's commerce secretary has business links with russian allies of president putin who are subject to us sanctions and the spotlight is on the conservative party donor lord ashcroft: the files suggest