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hello and welcome to sportsday, with me jessica creighton. coming up tonight... it isa it is a premier league classic at anfield, as manchester city lose their first league match of the season their first league match of the season to liverpool. jason roy hits his way into the record books, as england beat australia in the opening one day international. and, how this golfer chris paisley won his first european tour title, by enlisting the help of his wife keri. thanks forjoining us. we've been treated to arguably the best game of the premier league football season so far...
liverpool have ended manchester city's 30 match unbeaten run in the top flight, with an entertaining 4—3 win. the reds scored three goals in eight minutes in the second—half, which handed city theirfirst league defeat of the season... but they're still 15 points clear of second—paced manchester united at the top of the table. joe lynskey watched the match. this is the era of the super fixture, the games that define the best of the big six. stopping manchester city seems to take divine powers. liverpool had to do it without their superstar defender. but to pave the cracks in the back, the reds got on the front foot, oxlade—chamberlain got the breakthrough moment. the eighth minute would never settle this match. city rarely go behind, when they do, they respond. liverpool would return from the break with a more ruthless streak. they went back in front through roberto firmino, and when sadio mane increased the lead, this felt like their moment. they came unbeaten, but now city were unravelling.
salah's precision put it beyond them. from invincible to vulnerable, but pep guardiola's side had a flourish, two goals in ten minutes made it a frantic finish. 30 without defeat, but this was one game too far. the blues will surely win the league still, but with such dominance, one defeat feels historic. in this thrilling season of top six meetings, this match was most extraordinary. wow! what a game, two teams, full throttle. it is possible that yesterday was a historic game, we will talk about that in 20 years when we watch it back. because it looks like they will not lose another one. big respect for their performance and for what we did today.
liverpool always demand a lot, you make a mistake and they punish you. with salah, oxlade—chamberlain, it is a team of quality, to run and to make fast counterattacks. but, hopefully we can learn from that of the future. it's been another disappointing day for arsenal, who are now five points adrift of fifth—placed tottenahm in the premier league, after losing 2—1 at bournemouth this afternoon. and in his post—match press conference, the arsenal manager arsene wenger confirmed that their star player alexi sanchez could leave the club in the next 48 hours. nick parrott has more... there is as much drama off the pitch as on it for the gunners. their manager is still serving a touchline ban and he left alexis sanchez on the bench with the chilean forward trying to secure a move away from the club.
they beat bournemouth 3—0 in september with sanchez only involved as a late substitute. they could not claim going behi% but after the interval they came to put things right. after six minutes they got in front. that might have made arsenal feel more comfortable, given they have never lost to bournemouth. if they were complacent it proved costly as callum wilson continued his run of scoring every time he has faced arsenal. less than five minutes later, they were blown away. ayew with the first goal for bournemouth to lead them away from the relegation zone and pile yet more pressure on their manager. we make mistakes, that we cannot afford at that level. overall, from upstairs, we did not create enough chances. no alexis sanchez.
i presume he was available? in the transfer period anything can happen at any minute. that is why i decided i wanted to focus on just the game. does it mean you think his situation will be resolved quickly? yes. do you know where he will end up? no. i don't know. the top two women's teams in the country manchester city and chelsea played out a tight contest in the semi—finals of the conti cup... and it's the holders city who edged the win 1—0 — new signing nadia nadim with the winning goal. they'll play arsneal women in the final in march after they beat reading 3—2. the announcement of england women's new manager could be drawing closer. former manchester united and england full—back phil neville, is a leading contenderfor the role. following the sacking of mark sampson in september, the fa had hoped to appoint someone by the end of 2017 — but several potential candidates
dropped out of the running. leaving a chelsea or manchester city for england is not the change of it once was. clubs are investing a lot, andi once was. clubs are investing a lot, and i think some of us younger managers, the thought of playing quite a relevant qualifying games, no disrespect, where it is a shoo—in for england to qualify, isn't necessarily the greatest challenge freight carriage. some good news for england cricket fans. they've beaten australia in the opening one day international, with jason roy hitting 180. that's the highest one—day international score by an england player. and after the test side's recent thrashing in the ashes series, it was an impressive and much—needed five wicket victory by the tourists, as adam wild reports. for english cricket, a time to rebuild, recover, restore some respect and some reputations. a fresh start, then,
and it soon became a rather good one for england. early wickets falling. but this is australia and, after dominating all winter, they weren't about to go easy on their old rivals. a century from aaron finch helping them towards a total of 304. in days gone by, such targets were imposing. now, for this england one—day side, it was merely inviting. jason roy taking up the challenge with the kind of relish missed by england in recent months. brilliantly belligerent, he bludgeoned his way to a magnificent 100. taking the game away from australia, the highest ever one—day innings by an englishman. 180 for roy, and the damage was done. joe root, for once, the support act. 91 from him. the win, when it came, comfortable and, for english cricket, could scarcely have been more welcome. adam wild, bbc news. billy vunipola is set to miss england's six nations campaign
after fracturing his forearm, during saracens draw with ospreys in the european champions cup yesterday. vunipola was forced off at half—time in the match. he'd only recently returned to action after undergoing a knee operation last summer. the 25—year—old is set to see a specialist this week — the initial impressions are that he could be out for ten weeks. england start their campaign against italy in rome on the 3rd of february. leinster have secured a home champions cup quarterfinal tie after thrashing glasgow warriors in dublin. leinster underlined their status as one of the favourites in the competition, running in five tries and so gaining a bonus point before half—time. three more would follow in the second half in a 55 points to 19 victory, which makes five wins out of five in pool three for the irish side. here's a check on the todays other games. pool four is wide open after french side racing 92 beat munster 3a — 30. munster still lead the french side
by a point, but will now have to beat castres in the final round to guarantee top place and a home quarterfinal. in the same pool castres are 32—0 up against leicester. toulon thrashed benetton treviso to go top of pool 5. so a win for toulon but it was soured by homophobic --__,,_,_,,-,e-,+g -—:4; l5 “2 ' scored a try in the match and later apologised for his comments. tournament organisers european professional club rugby said its citing commissioner is looking into the incident. now, how about this for marital teamwork? england's chris paisley has claimed his first european tour title, winning the south africa open, where his wife was his caddie. paisley, who had a one shot lead going into today, held off the challenge of home favourite branden grace by carding a six under par 66 to win the title by three strokes.
big hug from his wife keri, who was making her she does not know that much about golf, but she knows me better than anyone. when i was getting uptight or going a little fast, she would calm me down and she was just massive this week, i can't say how good she was. has she given you a hint how the cheque might be spent? the caddie normally gets about 10%, but i think she will get 100%, but i do not mind. meanwhile europe have beaten asia to retain the eurasia cup in malaysia, winning14 points to ten. they'd trailed by a point going into today's singles but won eight out of 12 matches in kuala lumpur. england's tommy fleetwood was one of the first
to get on the scoreboard. ahead of the ryder cup in september, the tournament made good viewing i learned a lot about, , how we do things together. obviously people will look at the players that are not here, the very strong players that are not here, they will most likely will come into the fold going forward. but this group of players, i have had a really good experience with them this week and it will stand us well when we go out in the future. there has been a shock in snicko's masters event, with world number one mark selby being knocked at the first—round stage. he was beaten in the deciding frame by mark williams at alexandra palace in london. to discuss the match, use jason
mohammed come out with steve davis and can directly. what a match? he dominated and got off to a flying start, in the end it looked like he would run over the mind quite easily, and to that horrible kick.l cracking match both players, very high quality. that was the pivotal moment for mark selby, when he had the chance of getting into the corner finals. he got that bad kick, misfortune. then mark williams never looked back. fantastic start. you have to give a huge amount of credit to mark williams and not panicking when it looked like he had lost. that is one of his strengths. he is a great match player, not impervious to pressure, that most of the time he posts a pebbly under pressure. and on a big stage, when he has not been involved in much of