tv Sport Today BBC News August 7, 2017 1:45am-2:01am BST
tori bowie bags 3 godl in london — it's another world 100—metres win for the usa. glory for the home nation at euro 2017 — the netherlands are crowned women's football champions. and matsuyama's "brilliant 61" gives him the bridgestone invitational — on the final day. welcome to the programme. for the second night in succession, the 100—metres final delivered a shock in london. 2a hours afterjustin gatlin beat usain bolt, the women's race went to an americanm over the fancied jamaican. no medalfor elaine thompson — tori bowie won gold. here's ben croucher. after a ll after all the headlines in the men's 100 metres, sunday of was the turn of the women. thompson was favourite but once again a surprise in store. it looked for all the world the cote
d'ivoire's marie—josee ta lou marie—josee ta lou had the goal but she was beaten by the smallest of margins. 100th of a second. the netherlands took the bronze. thompson finishing a disappointing fifth. the world is best with a lead of 172 point four is the she did enough to stay ahead of the german. poland took the bronze. the grease champion from the olympics clearing four metres 91. she won gold. a dramatic finish. by rein in and who switched allegiance from kenya won
gold. the netherlands are the european champions — in women's football. the host nation beat denmark in the final. watching — for the bbc — was sarah mulkerrins. it was the perfect ending for netherlands. their coach and a very young team and what a fitting final. the first european title and they did it in some style stop you can hear the cheers behind me as the players make their way onto the bus. what a game. the first half had four goals. denmark where the ahead after a penalty. then it was levelled, much to the delight of the
boisterous crowd. then the netherlands went ahead again before it was equal again by half—time. in the second half, the dutch started to wrestle control of these match. the captain with a great freekick to make it 3—2. and finally with a minute to go, 11—2 for the netherlands. what a tournament for the hosts. the surprise team coming into this. after 22 years of german domination, it is the start of a new era in women's european football. arsenal have english football's first silverware of the season. the fa cup winners beat the champions, chelsea — to win the fa community shield at wembley. it was chelsea who took the lead though — victor moses beating the offside trap and firing past peter cech.
then pedro was sent off — for a late tackle — on granit xhaka. arsenal immediately took advantage of the extra man — new signing scoring just two minutes after the red card. so the match went to penalties — goalkeeper thibaut courtois with chelsea's second kick — he fired it high and missed. substitute 0livier giroud scored the winner. the shoot—out ended 4—1 to arsenal. now golf — and a brilliant "final round 61" from japan's hideki matsuyama — to win the bridgestone invitational — in akron, ohio. that nine under parfinish left him 16 under — overall — as he overtook the usa's zachjohnson — winning by 5 shots in the end. this eagle on the second hole set the tone for a brilliant day. seven birdies followed as he dominated the final round. that's matsuyama's second world golf championship event inside 12 months. meanwhile in scotland, the women's british open went, as expected, to south korea's ik kim. she had been six ahead
but england's jodi ewart—shadoff came within two at kingsbarns in fife. chris latchem watched it — and sent this. the south korean success story continues. kim produced a steady round of 71. nine pahs on the back nine. there were some nervy times after that english golfer counted five successive birdies to finish a career—best second place in a major. england georgia hall finishing career—best third. american michelle wie faded with a bogey and shares third place. she goes into the cup later this month full of confidence. in cricket, england are looking to
tie the series against south africa. backin tie the series against south africa. back in command when rain caused a stoppage. the weather has caught up but not before an entertaining days cricket and one which left england ina cricket and one which left england in a strong position. they took the final south african wicket cheaply this morning. it looked like they would need every run because batting was not easy. alistair cook and tom westley is caught at slip. kitten jennings, the under pressure england opener scratching around for ansbach was eventually caught at slip for 18. joe root made 49 with the ball spinning and keeping low. eventually he was bowled. the only batsman to play with any real freedom was moeen ali. he was dropped early but then played some lovely shots. a huge six
caught by the wicket—keeper in the dressing room. two schedules days remaining we may not need them and looking at the forecast we may not get them. key wickets for us to get early. they have got the batting but we have been bowling really well and all seamers and myself have bowled nice and tight. i think we are in a good position. look, they are leading but under 380, good position. look, they are leading but under380, i good position. look, they are leading but under 380, i think we have done pretty well. why can't we do it now? we still believe we can chase any score down here. we have to do is to bat sol chase any score down here. we have to do is to bat so i feel like firstly we need to get those two
wickets in the morning and then we can concentrate on acting. meanwhile, in colombo, india have the series. sri lanka well beaten in the second test — ravindra jadeja taking five wickets — an innings and 53 runs the difference. jadeja claiming the big wicket of dimuth karuna—ratne — finally dismissed for 1111 — to end sri lanka's resistance. they'd been forced to follow on — all out for 386. it is obviously nice to win the series again. we won it in 2015. yes, we do have the chance but honestly speaking, we are not looking at test matches and test cricket and we want to win anywhere we play. if we can believe in our abilities, we are not bothered about
where we are playing. i can sense that in the team and the team believes that as well. germany's alexander zverev has won the citi open title in washington after beating kevin anderson in straight sets. the 20 year old dropped just nine points on his serve and didn't face a single break point. he's the youngest player to win four atp titles in a year sincejuan martin del potro in 2008. zverev — fancied by many as a star of the future — is now up to number 8 in the world rankings. marc marquez has won the czech motogp, at brno. dani pedrosa was second, ahead of maverick vinales — and the nine—time world championm valentino rossi. it was the honda rider's second consecutive win, his third of the season. that increases his lead — at the top of the championship. don't forget you can or worse get
plenty on our website. thank you for watching. hello there. after a fairly mixed weekend weatherwise, our rather unsettled spell of august weather is set to continue this week. this is how we ended sunday. some clear skies there in cambridgeshire, captured by one of our weather watchers, but we've still got low pressure in charge of things. sat to the north—west of the uk, here is a trailing weather front, which will bring rain to some central parts of the country, down towards the south—west, during the course of the day. for scotland and for northern ireland this morning, there will be some sunshine to start your day. quite a fresh morning, actually, here. one or two showers pushing in from the north—west, and the odd shower for northern england too. heading down from lincolnshire, towards the midlands, towards south—west england, you are under the influence of a weather front from the word go,
so fairly cloudy and damp. some sunshine to start off your day across the south—east of england, and east anglia, too. and for the likes of kent and sussex, it should remain pretty warm and bright, really, for much of the day. a little bit further north, we've got that weather front bringing a few showers to east anglia and london, and some spells of rain across the south—west of england, and south wales, too. now, temperatures today about 18 to 21 degrees. sunshine and showers for scotland, and for northern ireland, too. if you're lucky enough to be heading to the athletics world championship today, we'll see the cloud building through the course of the afternoon. could bring an isolated shower later on. now, through the course of monday evening, and overnight into tuesday, this weather front from the south now start to pivot and return a little bit further north. so that is going to bring rain into central wales and through the midlands to start your tuesday morning. to the north of that, clearer skies, with a few showers around too, but low pressure is going to dominate. we have got this area of low pressure around the near continent. that is going to push its way northwards, up towards the north sea, in fact,
over the next couple of days. we could well import some pretty heavy showers across the south—east corner later on in the day. still some sunshine here. to the north of that, we've got that front bringing rain for parts of the midlands, northern england, in towards wales and the south—west. scotland and northern ireland having another day of sunny spells and a few scattered showers. now, an improvement from the north—west, i think, during wednesday, but for central and eastern parts of england we're still likely to see some heavy, potentially thundery showers, and it will feel rather cool for the time of year. 16 to 19 degrees. during thursday, again, relatively cool, but actually probably be the dryer day, and the brightest day of the week, before we see a return to some rain, particularly in the north and west, during the course of friday. so for the week ahead, all in all, things are looking pretty unsettled. showers or rain at times. rather cool and breezy, but some sunshine in between the showers. bye bye. welcome to bbc news, broadcasting to viewers in north america and around the globe. my name is gavin grey. our top stories: venezuela's president praises the army
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