now it's time for a look at the weather with darren bett. how long will this hot and sunny weather last? it lasts right away until next week, but there's the chance of one or two thundery downpours, particularly for tomorrow. tonight is dry, sunshine this evening, clear skies overnight, low cloud and misty weather for scotla nd low cloud and misty weather for scotland in the northeast of england. at the same time there a band of cloud approaching the northwest. maybe a few showers not far away from this up —— far southwest of england to the channel islands. under downpours quite possible here during sunday, maybe towards the southeast of england in the evening. by then you can see spots of rain in the far northwest of scotland, the rest of the uk will be dry and sunny. mid to high 20s for england and wales, 30—31d in
london, attentionalfor for england and wales, 30—31d in london, attentional for storms for england and wales, 30—31d in london, attentionalfor storms in the far southwest. it looks like it's going to be dry, always hottest in the south overnight. hello this is bbc news with eleanor garnier. the headlines. four young men have been killed after two cars crashed in leeds in the early hours of this morning. police are appealing for information. patients in england may no longer be able to have some procedures that are deemed ineffective. new proposals mean treatments ranging from tonsil removal to haemorroid surgery will be offered to fewer people. tata steel, which owns britain's largest steel—making plant at port talbot, has confirmed merger plans with the german industrial group, thyssenkrupp. thousands of people turned out to applaud military personnel at the main celebration of armed forces day, in north wales. now on bbc news it's time for sportsday.
hello, i'm olly foster live in moscow, this is sportsday at the world cup. a world cup or argentina are heading home. they suffer a kylian blow. mbappe takes france through to the quarterfinals. will this be messi's last world cup? next up it will be the or portugal. uruguay have to lead in sochi. that game under way right now. england play columbia next tuesday night, we'll have an update from the training camp. i'm azi farni at the bbc sport centre with the rest of the day's sport including valterri bottas takes his first pole of the year. he'll start ahead of mercedes team—mate lewis hamilton on the front row at the austrian grand prix.
and a century for rilee rossouw and a record score for hampshire sees them beat kent by 61 runs to win the one day cup final. good evening — we have ourfirst quarterfinalist at the world cup. another balmy evening in moscow. we hope that in the round of 16 would be setting the tone would be setting the tone for the next four days. what we got in kazan was a world cup classic. two former world champions in france and argentina. the first time we had that here in russia at this tournament. and they slug it out. the french, they were 1—0 up,
there were 2—1 down. they won 11—3 in there were 2—1 down. they won 11—3 in the end. it was a breathtaking game. all the headlines in and beyond will be about the teenage sensation kylian mbappe. he scored twice and was unstoppable. argentina are going home and the french are not favourites for the world cup. our sports news correspondent richard conway is in kazan. the world cup carnival continued in kazan today, tatar culture on full display. but the competition from here intensifies, as france and argentina were about to discover. with just 13 minutes gone, kylian mbappe's burst of speed caused havoc in the argentine defence. penalty for france! the 25th penalty of this tournament awarded, antoine griezmann with the finishing touch. with france starting to dominate the game, back came argentina. angel di maria with a superb strike to make it 1—1. what a strike from angel di maria!
but this has been a tumultuous tournament, and so it continued after the break with an avalanche of goals, starting with lionel messi's shot being turned in by mercado to give argentina the lead. the french response, though, was swift and overwhelming. pavard's sublime technique brought the scores level once more as two giants of the world game slugged it out. and then came the knockout blows. mbappe! france's teenage sensation ramming home the third, and then showing composure to land his second and his team's fourth. he's done it again! aguero scored late to make it 4—3, but it was too late. magnifique from mbappe, misery for messi in what could well be his last ever world cup appearance. what a fantastic game. france going
through. we look at the other match going on in sochi. we have reaction from kazan. all the attention argentina than the french. kylian mbappe saidi argentina than the french. kylian mbappe said i had to keep my feet on the ground. there are plays rummy who will help with that. but the questions with what on earth happened with argentina as a script of the group stage with also is of rumours about player riffs, revolts, fights going on in the manager sidelined. he has been speaking, the head coach for now, he says "this is very painful especially since the players have made a huge effort. it was a very difficult game against the french. the players gave everything on the pitch. but they have not achieved the goal here in russia". he was so impressive with chilli at the last world cup, but he
has not got this group of players working as they should. —— chile. giving lionel messi the service that he'd needs. the weight of argentina expectations on his shoulders at again. lots of questions about whether he will make it through another four—year cycle to the world cup in qatar which would be his fifth world cup. he was a teenager when he started out in 2006. but has he got the legs or the heart to take him through to another world cup? the postmortem starts therefore the argentinians. the french are buoyant after knocking them off. they will face the winners of the match under way right now in sochi between uruguay and portugal. cristiano ronaldo is stuck on four goals. but uruguay have to leave. how about this for an opening early goal. he sprayed that a0 yard ball to luis
suarez and spotted him. i top right—hand corner. it looked like a header, didn't it? when you look at it on the slow mode which you can see, it smacked him straight in the face. they all count. still a wonderfulfinish. they arejust approaching half—time now. about seven 01’ approaching half—time now. about seven or eight minutes. uruguay still leaning portugal 1—0. ronaldo looks out of sorts. he has been turned to reggae. the portuguese have been going really hard on suarez in particular. ——john during away. uruguay still have their noses in front. 0r away. uruguay still have their noses in front. or at incentive on a cot -- his in front. or at incentive on a cot —— his face in front. he will not mind one bit if it stays like this. but the french are winning. plenty more from russia when we come back
later in the programme. but the more support around as well. valterri bottas will start in pole position for the first time this formula one season. the mercedes driver finished ahead of his team—mate and world championship leader lewis hamilton in qualifying at austrian grand prix. ferrari's sebastian vettel finished third but was dropped three places for blocking carlos sainz. jennie gow was watching. he did a convincing matter. he had not getting into the points. last time out in france just a week ago he crashed big—time. and he came under a lot of scrutiny. two, here
charging from the block and managing to beat daniel shows real kudos to him. as for those red bulls, this is the home of red bull. this is the red bull ring. there was controversy between the two of. daniel wanted to try to get out the garage before max. he wanted to give himself a shot to go faster than his team—mate. that was not allowed and daniel after the qualifying round was really angry. unlike him because we do not see him this angry. we think it would die away and settle down. the team principal came out and said "no, that isjust the down. the team principal came out and said "no, that is just the way it is with the team at the moment". all eyes of the arrays. katy tur his first pole of the year into his first pole of the year into his first win of the year? —— can he turn his first pole of the year? britain's cal crutchlow will start on the front row for tomorrow's dutch moto grand prix at assen, behind repsol honda's marc marquez. it's crutchlow‘s first front row start since thejerez gp back in may. the lcr honda rider, who is sixth in the standings, was four—hundredths of a second
slower than marquez in qualifying. it's a second pole position for the championship leader though. and marquez‘s nearest challenger for the title, yamaha's valentino rossi, will complete the front row. with just two days to go until wimbledon starts, andy murray says his injuries are still causing him movement issues. after nearly a year out, murray only returned to competitive tennis 11 days ago — and has been pitted against france's benoit paire in the first round. there are certain things that are so tricky and things i am still trying to work through. these things are significantly better than what they were a few months ago. that is for sure. but again, itjust takes time and that you also sometimes in practise, you might feel really good and then you get on the match court and you're pushing yourself a few percent harder and you notice other things that you may be struggling with. so as things stand, murray
is preparing himself for that first—round clash, but he also appears to be enjoying the world cup! 0r trying to, anyway. that press conference was taking place during the france argentina game and murray couldn't hide his disappointment at missing one of kylian mbappe's goals. he's a... why what is the score? reporter: 4-2. should we just go and...? laugther. a-2. wow. yeah. laughter. elsewhere, germany's mischa zverev is eastbourne champion after beating lukas lacko this afternoon. zverev won in straight sets 6—a, 6—a to take his maiden title at the age of 30 — eight years after his first appearance in a title match. his victory means he and world number three alexander are the first brothers to win a singles event
in the same season since 1989. top seed caroline wozniacki has claimed her second eastbourne title, nine years after her first. the world number two beat arina sabalenka in straight sets, 7—5, 7—6. sabalenka, who's ranked a5th in the world, served for both sets and led a—1 in the tie—break, but wozniacki dominated the crucial moments. it is her second title of the year, after her australian open success. i love playing on grass. it's my favourite surface. to play here every year and play well and just enjoy other people here itjust makes it so much more special. then obviously going into wimbledon, it is just a very special time of year and i hope i can play well. i will do my best. i play on monday. i will enjoy, get a massage, eat some food and recover for monday and hopefully i will be ready. in cricket, hampshire have won
the one day cup final after posting a record score against kent at lord's. they made 330—7 from their 50 overs, with a century for rilee rossouw. rossouw hit 125 for his third hundred in 12 domestic one dayers. the south african smashed three sixes and nine fours in his 11a—ball nock and put on an opening stand of 136 with tom alsop. in reply, only daniel bell—drummond and sam billings managed half centuries for kent. bell—drummond hit 86 off 89 balls whlie billings made 75 off 60. in the end, the target proved too much for kent and hampshire took victory by 61 runs. dina asher—smith has won the 100m at the british atheltics championship in birmingham. the british record holder set a new championship record, running in 10.97 seconds to finish ahead of daryll neyta finished second and bianca williams in third. reece prescod won the men's100m to retain his british
championship title. he ran it in 10.06 seconds, to finish ahead of zharnel hughes in second and reigning diamond league series champion cj ujah in third. britain's former olympic champion christine 0huruogu has announced her retirement from athletics. the 3a—year—old, who won a00 metre gold at beijing 2008, said a combination of her studies and a niggling injury had restricted how much training she'd been able to do this year. 0huruogu retires with four 0lympic medals and five world championships medals to her name. play is under way in the third round of the third major of the year, the women's pga championship. joint leaders canadian brooke henderson and south korean park sung—hyun are both seven under at kemper lakes outside chicago. england's bronte law started the day four shots off the lead but is now two under, while charley hull is six
shots off the leaders. today's irish derby was very much a family affair when champion trainer aidan 0'brien was beaten at the curragh — thanks to his two sons. the classic was won by 1a—1 shot latrobe, trained byjoseph 0'brien and ridden by brother donnacha. evens favourite saxon warrior came in third — one of four trained by aiden and they all finished in top five. still not a bad day. catala ns dragons have given their super league survival hopes a massive boost after beating castleford tigers aa—16. josh drinkwater opened the scoring for catalans beforejulien bosquet‘s try gave them a 30—10 lead at half—time. drinkwater, who scored a try in either half then completed his hat—trick in the 68th minute, to take catalans into the super league top eight. in netball, defending champions wasps have qualified for the final
of the netball superleague trophy, after beating team bath in the first of two semi finals. table toppers wasps beat bath 5a—39 at the university of worcester arena, to record their 17th win in the last 19 matches. they will face either loughborough lightning or manchester thunder in the final at the copperbox arena next week. that's it from me for now, let's head back to moscow and 0lly foster. the half—time whistle has just gone in sochi where uruguay are leading portugal one not —— 1—0. 0ne in sochi where uruguay are leading portugal one not —— 1—0. one goal that came off of his face. particle it -- that came off of his face. particle it —— portugal is out of sorts. ronaldo has to give a captain's half—time team talk is all to try to lift his players if they are to
progress where they would. either of those teams would face the french after they knocked out argentina earlier today. england do not get going until the last of these ties and the last 16 tuesday night here in the capital against columbia. let's get our daily england update. let's speak to our sports correspondent david 0rnstein at reppinojust outside st petersberg. hi david, there has been this debate, that defeat against the belgians could knock england off their stride even though they have landed in the soft side of the draw, is there any sense that the atmosphere has changed at all? have used since any changes at all from how they have been over the last couple of weeks? certainly not from the prayers we have been around. yesterday england did not arrive back until a30 and that —— for— —— a:30am. they recovered to look ahead to the columbia game. they returned today to full training
and the media were allowed inside the training ground for 50 minutes. in that time i noticed a real step up in that time i noticed a real step up in intensity. —— 15 minutes. concentration and focus compared to previous days training in this world cup where it has been out —— relaxed and jovial. when the media were booted out and the doors closed after that 15 minutes, you could still hear the players voices as they were training. and there was focus, there was a real togetherness. and the coaches you could hear giving instructions in a different way to what we had seen previously. england would train again tomorrow. and one more time on monday morning before flying over to moscow on monday afternoon. gareth southgate will give a news conference in the evening. and then it is match day. and this'll be the true test of england's. richard test of gareth southgate's young squad. that belgian game was a bit of a rest. today we got the chance to
speak to dele alli. he spoke about southgate's eight changes to the line—up. a dr at his own injury issues. and the pound shoot outs. the whole squad is in this together. i think the boys played well. the manager made a decision and we all act him. everyone is fighting for places. —— back cam. we are raring to go and looking forward to the next game. honestly after the injury i was frustrated. but i've been doing work to make sure i am back in the line—up and taking penalties after training. the line—up and taking penalties aftertraining. obviously the line—up and taking penalties after training. obviously we don't wa nt after training. obviously we don't want to give too much away. we're confident and looking to change things. what do we think about that tea m things. what do we think about that team against columbia? you think gareth southgate will go back to the tea m gareth southgate will go back to the team he started with against tunisia three matches ago? 21 of the 23
players were on the field today. the only absentees were reuben lost his cheek who was working on his own backin cheek who was working on his own back in the hotel and a planned individual programme. we are told he is not an injury concern. but the fa ct is not an injury concern. but the fact he was not with the main group today suggests he won't start. he started england's pasta classic dancing came on in a substitute in the first game. fabian delph returned to the uk to be with his wife ahead of the birth of their first child. i don't think he will be available from the start and he probably would not have been anyway. we think gareth southgate will refer his first race team, the team started against tunisia. the scrape to win big —— to— one victory layer on. i think dele alli will come after the first time since picking up after the first time since picking up the thigh injury necking. harry kane leading the line, the top scorer in the competition chasing the golden boot. if gareth southgate does that, it it is unconfirmed,
it'd be jordan chingford does that, it it is unconfirmed, it'd bejordan chingford in goal. a battery of harry maguire, john stones and kyle walker with wayne backes kirin trip —— trippi are being called the barry beckham of set pieces. we think he will hold onto that thought. jordan henderson holding midfield, he seems to have seen off the challenge of eric geyer. the attacking midfield this dele alli and jesse lingard. and in support of harry kane, raheem sterling. and it is unconfirmed. england looking for their work —— first win in a not imagine a major competition since 2006. only their second since 1990 and their sex since 1966. this is a huge night for england. —— their sex since 1956. if they lose they will go home. --
there sixth. they need to get those boys just right for their match against columbia. —— these players just right. i guess they will have video analysis of the colombians. they talked —— they top of group h with wins against senegal and poland. seemingly a tougher group. tougher than the ones that england against tunisia and panama. what do we make of these colombians? there is not a great deal for inland to do as you can see on the gulf of finland. they are probably hard at work studying the opponents. if they w011 work studying the opponents. if they won the group they would have cut japan. it may have been bit easier match but then the path towards the final would have been tougher. with columbia they get the tougher initial match. they were quarterfinalists in brazil four yea rs quarterfinalists in brazil four years ago. they have a strong attack and defence perhaps not so much at midfield. they also have rodriguez, the top scorer from three years ago.
he is the only player from the columbia squad that did not train and he is an injury concern. they do have stock out who has come in the form to strike —— falcal. they have members from tottenham hotspur and manchester. they had beaten —— a it beaten them in three of their five metres, eatmon and never lost him. they have a huge support, columbia. and i think you will see that in moscow. we already have david. they area moscow. we already have david. they are a lively bunch. many thanks for the updates there rodriguez has had an mri scan on that calf. we'll find a throw that he will be for tuesday. it will be lively tomorrow. the
stadium will be packed for the hosts playing here against spain. that is just one of the two ties that we have to afford to. grey should have in denmark, that's the evening game. —— croatia— denmark. 0ur reporterjohn bennett caught up with former zenit player boris chukhlov and asked him if the hosts had played better than expected ? translation: the real excitement will come when they make it to the semi finals orfinals. will come when they make it to the semi finals or finals. then will come when they make it to the semi finals orfinals. then i will be stunned. i don't think that they are surprised. i think they are all currently in a state because they are —— because it didn't be a graduate. i want the celebrations to continue. i think really that the tea m continue. i think really that the team is quite unpredictable. the more great keys make the more the image of the cup will rise. so the further russia will go in such
company, the more great it will be. that differs worst day. uruguay are being the portuguese 1—0. france knocked out argentina in a closet. and for all of us here in moscow and back at the pdc sportscenter, good night. —— bbc sportscenter. it was almost six days in a row with the butcher of 30 degrees plus. it was hot as an otter born today. almost 30 degrees. we have blue skies. it is been warmer parts of the uk. as we head into tomorrow, most the uk. as we head into tomorrow, m ost pla ces the uk. as we head into tomorrow, most places will stay that way. we have the chance of perhaps picking up have the chance of perhaps picking up one have the chance of perhaps picking up one 01’ have the chance of perhaps picking up one or two thundery downpours towards the southwest. that could've
been courtesy of this cloud here. spinning very slowly around a slow—moving area of low pressure which a story had this high level cloud which brings the potential for one 01’ cloud which brings the potential for one or two downpours. we are drawing into warm airand one or two downpours. we are drawing into warm air and increasing air across the south. so we need to find the highest temperatures in this pa rt the highest temperatures in this part of the uk. tonight fine and dry after a lovely evening. clear skies for most areas overnight with mist and low cloud over central scotland in northeast england. you will find this band apart to the far northwest. 0ne this band apart to the far northwest. one or two showers towards the aisles down southwest. greatest chance towards... perhaps you will find jars in the channel islands. most areas will be dry and sunny. we will see more cloud in northern ireland into the far northwest of scotland. heavy spots of rain here. mid—20s across scotla nd of rain here. mid—20s across scotland and norm —— from the island. southeast 30—31. heavy and
thundery in the showers, not guarantee the more likely in the southwest. perhaps have wales but drifting towards sussex and surrey later on in the day. an area of low pressure that will weaken. as it look towards next week, high pressure will be moving across from the north. this is the story for monday. we still have the potential for one or two thundery downpours not too far way from the channel islands. aside from that it looks like it will be dry, it looks that it will be sunny across the board. a little cooler across the far north of scotland. at those temperatures across england and wales while getting to the high 20s, 30 and 31. and for the first week ofjuly, we follow a similar sort of theme. not a great deal of change, sunny and dry weather for most parts of the uk. high temperatures across the southern areas and cooler and fresher to the north. but we have this chance of the odd thunderstorm.
this is bbc news. the headlines at eight: four young men have died and a teenage girl is left critically ill after a collision involving a car and a taxi in leeds. i think it's fair to say that it was absolutely devastating, a really significant impact. patients in england may no longer be able to have some procedures that are deemed "ineffective or risky", including tonsil removal and haemorrhoid surgery. tata steel, which owns the port talbot plant, has confirmed merger plans with germany's thyssenkrupp. thousands of people have applauded