tv Sport Today BBC News November 6, 2017 1:45am-2:01am GMT
at the turkish open. hello and welcome to the programme, where we start with the english premier league where there were five of the top six in action on sunday. pep guardiola's manchester city beat arsenal 3—1 at home and are now eight points clear at the top of the table. kevin de bruyne opened the scoring inside 20 minutes. then sergio aguero, who became city's record goalscorer in past week, added a second from the spot after raheem sterling had been fouled. alexandre lacazette pulled a goal back inside the last half an hour but when arsenal's defence was caught sleeping, david silva set up substitute gabrieljesus for their third. we make a good performance considering after the champions league game away against napoli was so league game away against napoli was so tough, they rest all the big—name players and we showed in a tough
moment, we fought together. i'm pleased again for the victory and the way we played. i believe it was no poultry, it was a provoked penalty by sterling. we know he dives very well. the third goal was offside. —— know he dives very well. the third goalwas offside. —— no know he dives very well. the third goal was offside. —— no penalty. know he dives very well. the third goalwas offside. —— no penalty. i'm very upset because at 2—1 we were in the game and we looked like we could score, the game and we looked like we could score , we the game and we looked like we could score, we had many dangerous situations. they had as well, in fairness, they are a good side, but the third goal was a killer and it's by coincidence always the mistakes are made for the home team, as we know. city move eight clear because chelsea beat former manager jose mourinho's second—placed manchester united at stamford bridge. alvaro morata scored the only goal of the game, a header past fellow spaniard david de gea. the london club are fourth, just a point behind united. it was a good win, a good win for us, for our spirit, for our pleasure
and for our enthusiasm. i think we showed this on the pitch. it's very important. two strong teams and until the last second we put chelsea in the wall, we pushed them to the wall in the la st we pushed them to the wall in the last ten to 15 minutes, i think we deserved a late goal but it was not possible. tottenham are third only on goal difference after son heung—min curled in a superb winner in a 1—0 victory against the bottom club crystal palace at wembley stadium. mauricio pochettino's side looked weary after their champions league victory over real madrid in midweek, but son's effort from the edge of the area in the second half proved enough to secure three points. we have the possession of the ball but in terms of chances, options to score, think it was even. but i'm
very pleased for the three points. before the game we knew that it would be a difficult game and it was. i'm happy because it was so important the three points for us. and everton came from two down to win 3—2 at home to watford. all five goals came in the second—half and watford's tom cleverly missed a penalty in injury time. the victory takes the toffees out of the bottom three and up to fifteenth while the hornets are 9th. in spain's primera division, real madrid have beaten las palmas 3—0 at the bernabeu to move back to within eight points of leaders barcelona. zinedine zidane‘s side had lost their last two matches, in the league last weekend to girona and in the champions league to tottenham mid—week, but this was a match they were never troubled in as casemiro opened the scoring just before half time and then further goals from marco asensio and isco after the break confirmed the win, while las palmas remain second from bottom. elsewhere on sunday, villarreal moved fifth after a nicola sansone double saw them win at home to bottom club malaga, real sociedad move seventh
after beating eibar 3—1 while there were also wins for celta vigo and girona. in italy's serie a, juventus had a scare against bottom club benevento. they were one down to the side who had lost all 11 of their games this season heading into the match but managed to scrape a 2—1 win with gonzalo higuain and juan cuadrado scoring after the half time break. leaders napoli could only draw at chievo verona cutting their lead at the top to just a point while roma won 4—2 at fiorentina. inter could only draw at torino so they drop to third place withjuve going above them into second, and lazio against udinese had to be postponed because of torrential rain in rome in the hour prior to the match rendering the pitch unplayable. in germany, sandro wagner scored twice as hoffenheim beat bottom club cologne 3—0 for their first victory in five matches in the bundesliga to move back up to fifth. the germany international calmly put the penalty away before volleying in a third from the far post to make the sure of the result with ten minutes remaining while elsewhere
wolfsburg and hertha berlin drew 3-3. elsewhere, there was a seven—goal thriller in the dutch eredivisie in eindhoven, and it was decided by an own goal in injury time. steffan thesker handing psv a 4—3 win over his side fc twente. zakaria labyad scored both goals for utrecht as they suprised second placed ajax. the first was a little fortunate as his first effort hit the post but came straight back to him. his second though was a nice finish as his side won 2—1 in amsterdam. the new york city marathon on sunday was won by an american woman for the first time in a0 years. the race went ahead with heightened security following last week's terror attack. kenya's mary keitany was targeting a fourth successive win in the women's race, but with about five kilometres to go shalane flanagan pulled away. it's her first major marathon win and it delighted her and the one million people watching along the route. my
my coaches told me that it was possible, the training that i'd put in was the best i'd ever had and they made me believe that today it could happen if ijust ran a tactically sound race and was patient, and these are the moments that we dream of as athletes and this is going to feel good for a really long time. while in the men's race, 24—year—old geoffrey kamworor also won his first major marathon as he held off a fast finish from fellow kenyan wilson kipsang to claim the title in his whatjust his seventh marathon to tennis, where jack sock has won the paris masters to claim the final position for the season ending atp world tour finals later this month in london. the american came
from a set down to beat serbian filip krajinovic giving him his third title of the season, but something he hadn't planned for was having to cancel a golf trip with fellow american john isner. so glad to win, i had a golf trip planned with isner next weekend at augusta, which would have been pretty special. i look forward to seeing him at his wedding in a couple of months, i wish we could have played today in the final and enjoy the special moment but add another week on to the season and keep competing and playing tennis, obviously what we love to do. it's going to be a lot of fun. ifjohn isner needs a playing partner at augusta then i'm available! if there are no withdrawls, the other seven joining sock in london will be rafael nadal, roger federer, alexander zverev, dominic thiem, marin cilic, grigor dimitrov and david goffin. olympic championjustin rose has made it back—to back wins on the european tour.
after victory in china last week, the englishman clinched the turkish open by a single stroke this weekend. a terrfic approach shot at the final hole set up a birdie opportunity which he had to make and did that took him to 18 under, one clear of belgium's nicholas coelsarts and south african dylan fratelli. i guess i think this is the first time gone back to back in my career literally week on week, the last timei literally week on week, the last time i did it they might have been a week off between the two so to roll some form into tournament immediately is wonderful. even though i'm not playing it's a terrific week with me, i'm going to catch up with my coaches, my physio, catch up with my coaches, my physio, catch up with some work, get my body feeling good and come back to divide giving myself the best possible chance. even though i'm not technically playing an going to do a lot of work —— back to dubai. and india's shiv kapur won his first title on home soil, and his third overall, with a three—shot triumph on the asian tour in delhi. a final round of 68 took him
to i7—under—par giving him an emphatic three—shot victory. and finally, it's the competition where all the athletes quite literally have an axe to grind, the timbersports world championship. at this year's event in norway, new zealanderjason wynyard successfully defended his title for the ninth time in front of more than 5,000 spectators. the defending champion was a cut above the rest in the team competition too, a "treemendous" result for new zealand as they took gold for a fourth time. i can't really say much more about that! our top story: manchester city have gone eight points clear at the top of the pinilla league after a 3—1 victory over arsenal on sunday. —— premier league. you can get all the latest sports news at our website, that's bbc.com/sport. but from me and the rest of the sport today team, goodbye. bonfire night was a cold and mainly dry one up and down the uk.
overnight, those temperatures continue to fall away under clear skies and with light winds, leading to the coldest night of the season so far. during the early hours of monday morning, we're looking at values in towns and cities close to freezing. you can see that blue hue there on the map. in rural places, significantly colder, down to “4, —5, or maybe even —6 in one or two places, along with some mist and fog. so monday morning is starting on a cold and bright note. some mist and fog about too, that should tend to clear away. we start to see a change out west as this weather system slowly losing, bringing cloud, rain, and strengthening winds. into the afternoon, some of the thicker cloud will have a right across the south—west of england into west wales, with spots of rain, as well. winds will pick up in the south, lifting temperatures to ii or 12 celsius, gradually. but still a cold, bright and sunny afternoon in the midlands eastwards,
and will remain like that until the overnight period when thickening cloud arrives. much of northern england, northern ireland, and scotland, cloudier skies in the afternoon, strengthening winds, and that rain will really start to pep up and become heavy and persistent across the west of scotland. the isobars packed together. a breezy evening across the board. they cloud continuing to push east along with the rain band. by the end of the night, it will be across western parts of britain. behind it, something clearer and cooler. ahead of it, mild and breezy and certainly much milder than the previous night. but the mild air, as you can see here, here, is only a very thin slice, wedged between two areas of cold air. another plunge of cold air moving in behind that rain band. a windy day in england and wales on tuesday. the rain will eventually get to eastern areas where it will be heavy at times. behind it, skies brightening up nicely.
one or two showers around, particularly sunshine. the will be cooler, back into single figures for many. double figures across the east and south—east, but here, very wet. that weather front eventually clears away. a ridge of high—pressure noses and for wednesday before the next weather system moves in wednesday night. a cold start, a little bit of frost and bright and turning brighter across far south—east. turning wtter and windier across scotland and northern ireland. that band of wet and windy weather will spread through wednesday night to leave thursday breezy with a little bit of sunshine and a few showers. welcome to bbc news, broadcasting to viewers in north america and around the globe. i'm duncan golestani — our top stories: a mass shooting at a baptist church in texas leaves 26 dead. another 20 are injured. we are dealing with the largest mass
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