tv Sport Today BBC News July 2, 2018 1:45am-2:01am BST
as red bull's max verstappen wins the team's home grand prix in austria. hello and welcome to the programme, where we start with the fifa world cup in russia and another of the big names has gone out, this time to the hosts. spain were beaten on penalties as were denmark in the late game when they succumbed to croatia, and olly foster has been keeping tabs in moscow. the celebrations when russia simply made it out of their group were something special, but what we're seeing here in the city is a whole new level and the whole country is in dreamland at their own world cup. no one gave them a chance against spain, the 2010 world champions, but they defended heroically and their goalkeeper, akinfeev, was their hero in the penalty shootout. claire ponton reports. 2010 champions against the host nation seemingly writing their own
script at this world cup. but the russian roar was silenced 12 minutes in by an own goal for sergei ignacevic, who appeared to be more interested in wrestling sergio ramos than winning the ball. at the other end, gerard pique handed russia the chance to equalise. all eyes were on artem dzyuba, bar those of his manager as he fired in the equaliser. then this tasty encounter quickly turned bland. without any more goals, the extra spice came in the form of a penalty shootout. by koke‘s turn, it was two apiece, but igor akinfeev‘s save made it advantage russia, especially when aleksandr golovin scored next. captain ramos got spain back on track. so, all the pressure fell on iago aspas. he had to score if spain were to have a chance. but akinfeev was on a roll, saving his country from a world cup exit and securing a quarterfinal at spain's expense. claire thornton, bbc news. akinfeev the hero and after the match he gave an interview and he
said we were hoping for penalties, we're having a fantastic world cup, he said, notjust our fans but the fa ns he said, notjust our fans but the fans of other countries are getting a sense of this atmosphere and they understand russians really know how to play football and want to play football. these were the scenes in the fan park near the moscow state university that actually overlooks the luzhniki stadium, 25,000 can packin the luzhniki stadium, 25,000 can pack in there but those scenes will be replicated nationwide, their first quarter—final since 1970 and the first time they've won a knockout match at a world cup since 1966. iniesta, who scored spain's first penalty, announced his international retirement after the game. that defeat his 131st match for spain, he's been a legend of the game, the double european and world champion. he started on the bench. les get some reaction from the spanish exit on cesc fabregas, who
missed out on selection for this world cup. there's a lot of talent in this team. you look at the names, the best defence, two real madrid players, two barcelona players, you have busquets, the best holding midfielder in the world, you have iniesta, silva, you can't really find better names or better players than these positions. to lose your coach two days before has to have an affect? it has to, as a professional ifi affect? it has to, as a professional if i was in this situation, it must confuse you. up confuse you. up next for russia will beat croatia in sochi on thursday, a nervous night in nizhny novgorod, the goals came early, your concern was inside a minute, mandzukic‘s equaliser a few minutes later. kasper schmeichel saved a penalty from modric in the second period of extra time and he also saved two penalties in the shootout but the croatian keeper
saved three match. deavin rakitic was the man with the fifth kick to set up that date against russia. to macro pink shootouts in russia, no penalties missed, just saved, a day for the goalkeepers —— two shootouts. russia still going strong in their own world cup. that half of the draw is now wide open. 0n in their own world cup. that half of the draw is now wide open. on monday it's back to the tricky side, brazil play mexico, that could be full of goals in samarra and belgium should be too strong forjapan. but didn't we say that with spain and russia? to formula one and max verstappen claimed the austrian grand prix for red bull at their home venue. both mercedes cars failed to finish on a day when the championship lead changed hands again asjoe lynskey reports. to be formula 1 champion, you have to master every landscape. the hills and turns of austria meant no easy route for lewis hamilton this time. his first task was getting front
from the grid. it was all going to plan at turn one but this race would $0011 plan at turn one but this race would soon unravel. when hamilton's mercedes teammate, bottas, pulled up, most of the field took a pitstop chance. hamilton stayed out but paid the price and in one tyre change of his own, he slipped from first to fourth. it was a tactical error that left the britain wound up but as he toiled down the field, a bigger problem was coming. eight that's to 90, problem was coming. eight that's to go, engine failure, grand prix over. the end of a 33 race record, the rarest of sites. hamilton's points we re rarest of sites. hamilton's points were wiped out and so was his drivers championship lead, leaving an opportunistic trebor red bull's max verstappen. 0n the day when the hills came alive with dutch delight, for so many others, so much went wrong. joe lynskey, bbc news. south korea's sung hyun park has won
the women's pga championship in a play—off beating her compatriot so yeon ryu to claim her second major title. after they and japan's nasa hataoka finished level on 10 under at the end of their fourth round it went to sudden death. hataoka was elimintated on the first before a birdie on the second extra hole saw sung take the win in illinois adding to her triumph in the women's us open last year 0n the european tour in the men's game sweden's alex noren claimed the open de france title with a final—round four under 67. noren birdied the 16th and 17th holes to finish on seven under par, a shot clear of scotland's russell knox, england's chris wood and american julian suri. francesco molinari became the first italian in 71 years to win a us pga event, winning the tiger woods—hosted quicken loans national. the 35—year—old holed a 50—foot eagle putt to start the back nine, and he never stopped until he turned the final round into a runaway. he closed with an 8—under 62 for an eight—shot victory, matching the largest margin this year on the pga tour. england's women won the final
of the t20 tri series beating new zealand by seven wickets. the white ferns could only muster 137—9, while england picked up the winning runs with 17 balls to spare on a chelmsford ground where they've won on every visit. which is 13, by the way! marc marquez has extended his lead in the moto gp standings after winning for the fourth time this season at the dutch grand prix in assen. the spaniard has now won half of the eight races so far this year on his honda and has a 41—point lead in the championship after taking the chequered flag ahead of alex rins and maverick vinales. valentino rossi, who's second in the standings, finished fifth. two—time champion andy murray has withdrawn from wimbledon on the eve of the tournament. he had been due to play benoit paire in the first round on tuesday and had also been positive about his chances of being able to compete after onlyjust returning from nearly a year out with a hip injury.
in a post on social media, murray said: he went on to say he will begin his hard court preparations from tomorrow with the us open still to come in late august. now, it's been ten years since one of the most celebrated men's finals at wimbledon. much has happened since rafael nadal won his first title at this event beat roger federer in a match that took almost five hours, but they're now once again the top two players in the world having picked up the two grand slams so far this year between them. iam thinking i am thinking every day about that final. just focus on what i'm doing today. of course in that moment that final had been a very important step forward for me in my career. i have
a lwa ys forward for me in my career. i have always been very clear that probably it's one of the most emotional matches i have played in my career. yeah, everybody knows that for me to win here was one of my dreams and after losing two finals, that final made it great. in my tennis career and personally, the personal satisfaction that tournament gave to me is difficult to compare with other things. looking forward to that very much and also the world cup, which is continuing, you can get the latest on our website. russia winning against spain on sunday and croatia going through on penalties. two big aims on monday, brazil against mexico and belgium against japan brazil against mexico and belgium againstjapan —— two big games. from me, tulsen tollett, and the team, goodbye. hello there, good morning.
we turned up the heat again on sunday, 32 celsius, 90 fahrenheit in hampshire. london, 31, through the midlands in the strong sunshine that we had here. and there's going to be more than sunshine over the week ahead, if you're looking for rain, you're probably going to be out of luck, just one or two isolated showers, but on the whole it's going to be dry. now, the first day ofjuly did bring some rain in towards the south—west of the uk from that area of cloud there, about half an inch of rain in devon, for example. those earlier showers, some thunderstorms as well, have pretty much moved away out into the english channel over towards the near continent, so probably going to be dry on monday. a little bit of cloud mayjust linger in the far south—east of scotland and behind that we've got some slightly cooler air, so low 20s across scotland. but widely towards 29, 30 degrees in england and wales. 32 perhaps towards south—east wales and midlands. so, sunshine to end the day then for most areas. 0vernight we'll see a little bit
more cloud coming down these north sea coastal areas but staying dry and warmest of all again across southern parts of england and wales, where, for a little while longer, it will feel rather humid. more sunshine on the way for tuesday. there's still a very small chance of picking out a late shower there for the far south—west but otherwise it's dry, very sunny out there on tuesday, hardly a breath of wind around. strong sunshine and those temperatures beginning to lift a little more for scotland and northern ireland too. now, high pressure is sort of in charge of our weather over the weekend. it's not a particularly dominant area of high pressure, but it doesn't need to be. nothing much is moving, there's hardly a breath of wind again on wednesday, a bit of low cloud coming down through the north sea, but on the whole it's sunny skies, a bit of fairweather cloud developing, few if any showers towards the south—west and the heat continues to arrive at the numbers of 29, maybe even 3a england and wales, mid—to—high teens for scotland and northern ireland. little bit of a change perhaps and a fly in the ointment
as we move into thursday. low pressure to the north of the uk. that weather front there is very weak, it will bring a band of cloud towards scotland and northern ireland, may squeeze a shower out over the grampians, but further south, it's likely to be dry, some long spells of sunshine. the heat is certainly still there, so temperatures into the high 20s at the very least. so it's a very quiet week ahead. i'm going to stick my neck out, looks like it will be a dry week in london at the wimbledon tennis championships and elsewhere likely to stay dry with some warm sunshine at times. this is bbc news. i'm nkem ifejika. our top stories: counting is underway in mexico's elections with polls suggesting the country could elect its first left—wing president in decades. germany's interior minister threatens to resign because of differences with the chancellor angela merkel over immigration policy. the us national security advisor says he believes most of north korea's nuclear programme could be dismantled within a year. and in the world cup,