hello. this is bbc news. the headlines: seven—year—old, julian cadman, with dual british and australian citizenship, has been confirmed as one of the victims to die in the terrorist attack in barcelona. earlier today, the country's king and queen attended a special mass in barcelona to honour those killed in the catalonia attacks. police in spain investigating the terror attacks that claimed 1a lives have said they've seized more than 120 gas canisters in the house which exploded in alcaner on wednesday. fraudsters aiming to scam people out their pension could soon face fines of up to half a million pounds, as the government introduces new measures to tackle cold callers. now on bbc news — sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday — i'mjohn watson. coming up.
wembley woes — tottenham lose to champions chelsea in their first home match of the season huddersfield win again — it's two wins from two on their return to the top flight. farah‘s farewell — mo wins his last track race on british soil. and jumping for joy — great britain win team gold at the european eventing championships. a new season, a new home but a familiar story for tottenham who were beaten at wembley by chelsea in the premier league this afternoon. spurs will play all their home games at the stadium this season but it probably feels far from home
today. two marcos alonso goals condemning spurs to their first home defeat of the new campaign. spurs are on their way to wembley, as they will be every couple of weeks or so. build their new ground, this is home and they had decorated. the last visitors were chelsea in the fa cup semifinal, the blues won that and should have gone one up, but then marcos alonso is a left back and still fancied this free kick. everyone could see why. simply unstoppable. spurs played at wembley in the champions league last season without much success. they needed something to settle them, they needed harry kane and he needed some luck. spurs held the thread but offered strangely little threat some might want to cling on to the draw but not the champions, marcos alonso, up from the back, winning at wembley often takes a
trophy home, chelsea willjust take the points. disappointed because i think we deserve more but sometimes in football, they were very conical in front to shoot on target and recreate a lot of chance and we dominate. i think we were better, but in football sometimes you are better but if you're not clinical in front of goal you can lose like today. in the day's early kick off, newly promoted huddersfield continued their superb start to the season with their second win in as many matches, with a 1—0 victory over newcastle, in what was their first home game in the top flight in 45 years. tim hague reports. another step into the unknown for david wagner and it has filled town tea m david wagner and it has filled town team will stop the club's first home match in the top flight for 45 yea rs, match in the top flight for 45 years, not a moment to mess. you sense the players knew exactly what was expected of them. against
another promoted side in newcastle the terriers put on the pressure. and then soaked it up. the goalkeeper handy. that save proved that rafa benitez‘s side were being for bullied and they went into half—time level only to then go behind straight after. mooy, already the best player on the pitch, did this. 45 years waiting for a call and what a goal. well done mr chairman, well done mr mooy. but it was not over yet, newcastle not only threatening, they should have been level. perez the very guilty party. despite their best efforts a difficult week for the away side was completed by this defeat. huddersfield are well and truly back in the top division, two wins from two and this is no step into the unknown now. for ourselves we foi’ ourselves we were for ourselves we were excited. will it work will it not work? we were
sure that it well but we have no secure if it well and now we have seen secure if it well and now we have seen it worked in the first two games with two clean sheets, everybody knows how difficult it is to get a clean sheet in the premier league with so much high quality of offensive players every team has. what a start it has been from huddersfield. away from the football... mo farah won his last track race on british soil, winning the 3000 metres at today's diamond league meeting in birmingham. britain's most successful athlete will compete on the track one last time next week in zurich, before he focuses on the marathon. joe wilson reports. the message of being prepared to be carried this sentiment was felt inside the stadium and in the polite queue waiting to get in. he has done a lot for our country, he is a great inspiration for the youngsters. yes. he just represents us so well, everything that britain is. yes, mo, they mean you.
3000 more metres on his farewell tour. for one more time, one last time on a british track, he is there. go mo! mo farah will next take to the roads, he will concentrate on marathons. british athletics will look for a new figurehead and that is even tougher. he was pushed in this race, he wasn't going to lose. let nobody say it was ever the slightest bit easy. the final chapter. the final win for mo farah in britain. i love what i do and that is part of it but at the same time, it can get harder when you have so much pressure and you cannot go anywhere. but now on the roads it will be a new game with a new mind and i am excited. he expressed anger that anyone doubts the credibility of his connection with coach alberto salazar. his reputation is clean. and there is no time to deny it. this era has to be over.
there was plenty of other british interest competing in birmingham, fresh from helping great britain win the axioom men's relay gold at the world championships, cj ujah won today's exhibition 100m race. he pipped james dasaolu and zharnel hughes in a time of 10.08 seconds. yeah, i mean today, iam yeah, i mean today, i am optimistic, ijust yeah, i mean today, i am optimistic, i just wanted to yeah, i mean today, i am optimistic, ijust wanted to come out here and put on a show from the crowd and have fun. my legs are still a bit jelly but i'm just trying to get ready for zurich. this crowd is amazing, i love it. nethaneel mitchell—bla ke, who was part of the 4x100 metre gold medal winning relay team at the world championships, could only finish fifth in the 200metres. world champion ramil guliyev of turkey won the race. dina asher—smith raced in the women's 100m. she finished in fifth place, with a time of 11.21 seconds. jamaica's elaine thompson won the race, after missing out on a medal at the world championships. kyle langford, who made the mens 800m final at the world championships,
managed a sixth place finish today, just behind fellow countryman elliot giles. the race was won by botswana's nigel amos. and qatar's mutaz essa barshim — the reigning world champion — cleared 2.40m in the highjump. it's the biggestjump this year, and the biggest competitive jump in the united kingdom in 17 years. you can see how pleased he was. great britain won the team gold medal at the european eventing championships in poland. nicola wilson also took individual bronze. riding bulana in the showjumping, wilson could afford two penalties to secure the team gold but managed a perfect round. that confirmed britain's triumph, and her own bronze individual medal. germany claimed team silver, with sweden finishing third. i cannot put into words just how impressed i am by how the riders rode, stuck to the system, you can
probably hear i am a bit emotional about it but that's no bad thing. i just cannot be more proud. ijust said to them stick to the system, only one thing matters, a clear right inside the time and if they write to the system they can only do the best and they all wrote exactly as we trained and they trained and they are capable of. england's men have opened their eurohockey campaign with a 6—0 win over poland — two goals each from mark gleghorne and sam ward alongside strikes from chris griffiths and david condon made for a comfortable victory in amsterdam. they next play germany tomorrow afternoon, probably the pick of the games in pool b. and despite their win, england know they will need to improve. we were just sloppy all over the place really. too many bobbly passes, too many passes just out of reach, just real basics that, you know, we need to make sure we get right all the time and where we want
to get to in world hockey, it does not matter who we are playing against, we got away with it today against, we got away with it today against lesser opposition. we need to be bringing that everyday. defending champions england suffered a narrow 1—0 defeat against germany. cecile peeper capitalised on a couple of missed clearances by england for the game's only goal. victory over scotland on tuesday will still see england into the semi finals. scotland's women earned their first point of the tournament — sharing a goalless draw with ireland. nikki lloyd had their best chance. they'll play england in their final group game on tuesday. europe are making a fight of it on the third and final day of golf‘s solheim cup in iowa. after a dominant first two days, the usa need just three and a half points from the singles to retain the trophy. but they're not having things all their own way. anna nordqvist set the tone for europe, in the first match of the day she is one hole up on lexi thompson. the german caroline masson is also looking impressive with a commanding
lead over michelle wie. but the usa are currently up in four matches. ronnie 0'sullivan has been knocked out of the china championship — suffering a surprise quarter final defeat by belgian youngster luca brecel. after mark williams‘ defeat too — it leaves shaun murphy as the only former world champion left in the draw. he rattled in a break of 126 to wrap up a 5—2 win over home hope zhou yuelong. he'll play ali carter in the semi finals. there were two matches today in rugby league's super 8's qualifiers hull krjoin warrington wolves on six points at the top after victory over london bronco's by 35 points to 30. while widnes are third after a 58 points to ten win over featherstone. that's all from sportsday. there is more on the website, plenty
of reaction to chelsea beating spurs at wembley, for now that's all from us. at wembley, for now that's all from us. next it's the film review. the film directed by stanley tucci. and let's start with final portrait. i'm a massive stanley tucci fan as an actor. i know he's directed a few films before. i must confess i don't think i've seen any of them looking at the list. how does this work—out? there was a one called big night where he played a restaurant owner with his brother played by tony shalhoub. stanley tucci doesn't pop up in this film, although tony shalhoub, who played his brother, does, again playing a brother interestingly, of alberto giacometti, playing diego giacometti. this is a story that i didn't know and a story that stanley tucci, strolling along in paris 25 years ago in one of the bouquinistes along the seine, and picked up this memoir of this american writer called james lord, who'd sat for giacometti in his final days in paris. this is what the story is based on. james lord himself, it's his memoir, and played by actor armie hammer, who is the very patient subject of giacometti, who, if you know his work,
and there is an exhibition currently at the tate, i do urge you to see that, it does feature a lot of the work. he got very famous for the whittled—down sculptures, trying to get to the essence of humanity in an absurd world. stanley tucci being the impish character actor that he is doesn't really concentrate on the dark heart of the work, more the struggle of the artist and the pain that it is to sit for that artist because he can't make up his mind when his work is finished, if ever. so here is armie hammer playing james lord trying to work out how long he should book his vacation for. the end of the week. yeah. 0h, isee. i could change it again. i would like to know, you know, how many days do you need? oh, i don't know, i think it would be great to work for another week. a week? a week, yes, i think a week would be good. a week is fine. i canjust move my flight next wednesday. would that...