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now on bbc news — it's time for sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday — i'm james pearce. the headlines this evening. victory for england in the test and the series against india it's 4 wins out of 4 for watford as they come from behind to beat spurs thinking they're going to wendell lea k thinking they're going to wendell leak now, both got four winds, and we need to get going. and lewis hamilton beats both ferraris to win their home grand prix in italy hello and welcome to
sportsday, i'm james pearce. england's cricketers have beaten india in the fourth test at southampton and now have an unassailable 3—1 lead in the series. man of the match moeen ali took 4 wickets for englad as india fell short in their quest for the ms runs that they needed to win. the home side were victors by 60 runs. james burford reports. as the dust settled on a frantic morning session, they put their heads together, formidable as ever they set up a frustrating england's bowlers. the man of the series, another box office 50 from india's captain. brilliant shots, running circles around england's attack. england have a mantle of his own
tricks, perhaps where others failed he would prevail? q the batting collapse, with just 43 he would prevail? q the batting collapse, withjust1i3 runs, collapse, withjust 43 runs, everything falling into england's hands. until the most fitting the finales, sam, just 20 years old, that's got to feel good. taking an unassailable 3—i that's got to feel good. taking an unassailable 3—1 lead with the game still to play, reading the number one site in the world. watford have maintained their 100% start to the season, with their first top flight win over tottenham, coming from behind to win 2—1. they now have 4 wins out of 4. here's alex gulrajani. it's been a united front at watford, undefeated in facing east side that boasts a similar record. his fate than last year's squad has so far paid off, if not for the, the first
half that lacked any real threat, burst into life soon after. spurs taking the lead with the help from watford midfielder. the manager had not expected that, the team responded and spurs almost responded in kind. nothing could save them moments later, connecting and the sides were level. they were not finished there, another set piece, another header. this time watford was the head and the spurs faces said it all, even the star star man was struggling to find his range. another win, they are still standing at the top of the table. we got a great support, we generally half, it is very difficult for us to, we are really good but we have a
lot to work on, thinking everyone when the league, but we have four wins, big achievement and we have to keep going. conceded two goals in the way it is very painful and of course, we're disappointed that we lost and if you wa nt disappointed that we lost and if you want to be a contender, you manchester united have relieved some of the pressure on managerjose mourinho with a 2—0 win at burnley. romelu lu ka ku scored both goals for united, who had marcus rashford sent off. paul pogba missed the chance to make it 3—0 when his penalty was saved byjoe hart. before the game — a group of disaffected united fans paid for a banner to be flown over turf moore saying ‘ed woodward — a specialist in failure'. the relationship between woodward — the executive vice—chairman — and mourinho has been under the spotlight since the summer when mourinho complained about the lack of recruitment at the club.
i don't think we played better than we did against tottenham, we had good performances but such a solid performance in such a comfortable victory. i don't remember many, so i think we are playing very well for the last matches, the last team is very good. alexander lacazette scored arsenal's winning goal as they beat cardiff 3—2. the gunners finally prevailed despite twice giving away the lead. it was one all when pierre emerick aubamayang put the visitors ahead for the second time in the match, and it was quite a strike. but arsenal's frail defence was again exposed when danny ward pulled his side level. it was left to lacazette to smash home arsenal's third and that was enough to give unai emery his first away win of the season. it was a surprise, every match here
is difficult. and we play the match for many times with dark person, and today i am happy because i think the team, they are doing but his step. steven gerrard's unbeaten run as rangers manager ended with defeat in his first old firm derby. celtic were one nil winners at parkhead, with victory providing a much needed boost for brendan rodgers after an underwhelming start to the season. chris maclaughlin reports. a fixture that really needs a subplot, brought together and divided by glasgow. he said he was ready for the toughest of tests but at the very start, his plans are battered by the champions and saved by the crossbar. it was the same after the break, a stunning save of the crossbar. but eventually they
buckled and claims for where loot waived away by the frenchman finally finding a way past mcgregor. support spoiled by success but fearful of of revival. so spoiled by success but fearful of of revival. 50 early on, obviously a lot of numbers were behind it so we had to be patient and find a way through it. but it does not really reflect that dominance megane. as you are aware, the celtics go on. lewis hamilton has produced one of the best drives of his career to win the italian grand prix at monza. hamilton had started the race in third position on the grid, but passed sebastian vettel following a first lap collision, and then overtook kimi raikkonen with 9 laps remaining. nick parrott watched the action. before the lights went out, big
must‘ve felt improbable or impossible for lewis hamilton. behind his rivals, he would need fortune on his site to accept the odds of a home win for farah rate. not the first time this season, he was the architect of his own downfall despite hamilton edging ahead it is the fourth corner, he did not back off spinning down the field, his hopes of victory were over, but he battled back to finish fourth. he looked vulnerable as hamilton briefly passed him, but patience is one of the british virtues, thanks to a better strategy and helps in his mercedes team—mate, with nine laps left, he got ahead again and stayed there. is that when equals the great michael schumacher is record for what will be sweeter is record for what will be sweeter is extending his championship lead to 50 points. i want to give it up to farah rate
they gave me a great challenge this weekend, they did an amazing job and give us a great fight. particularly i want to say thank you to everyone back home, because about their continued efforts in support, this would not be possible. defending premiership saracens have begun this season's campain with a win against newcastle falcons. an offload from 0wen farrell set up a debut try for alex lewington. he was able to trot over the line, helping the champions to a 17—9 lead at half—time. the falcons made a good start to the second period and wilson got this second try of the match, reducing the gap to one point with flood's conversion. but saracens stepped up the gear in the final few mintues and wrapped up the win with a bonus point try from nick tompkins. the final score was 32—21 to saracens. defending champion rafael nadal is in action at the us open, aiming to reach the quarter—finals. he is two sets up — later, serena williams will face kaia kanepi of estonia, who has yet to drop later, serena williams will face
kaia kanepi of estonia, who has yet to drop a set in the tournament. cycling's tour de britain got underway in wales today.... the race featured the four—time tour de france winner chris froome as well as the winner of this years event, geraint thomas. the stage was won by german rider andre greipel beating caleb ewan and fernando gaviria to the finish line in newport simon yates is the new leader of the vuelta a espana afterfinishing ninth on the toughest mountain stage of the race so far. stage nine up la covetilla was won by american ben king — whose brilliant solo effort earned him a second victory of this year's race. behind, yates lost a handful of seconds to some of his main rivals but will wear the leaders jersey at a second grand tour this year, after also leading the giro d'italia. matt wallace has pressed his claims for a ryder cup wild card spot with a fourth european tour victory since may 2017 in the final qualifying event in denmark.
wallace birdied five of his last six holes to finish 19 under par and get into an all—english four—man play—off with lee westwood, steven brown and jonathan thomson. wallace birdied the 18th twice in the shoot out to beat off his countrymen to win the title. ryder cup captain thomas bjorn names his 3 wild cards players is wednesday ahead of the event in paris at the end of the month. the automatic qualfiers for the european team have been confirmed — dane thorbjorn olesen secured the final spot in denmark. francesco molinari, justin rose, tyrrell hatton, tommy fleetwood, jon rahm, rory mcilroy and alex noren had already qualified before the weekend. and england s georgia hall shot a third round 69 to take a two shot lead heading into the final round of the lpga s portland classic. hall — who won the women s british open — is seeking her first title on american soil. she tees offjust after 10 o'clock
this evening our time. that's all from sportsday. we'll have more throughout the evening. coming up next on the bbc news channel is click. this is the business card of the first guest on the programme. the security princess. 0ne first guest on the programme. the security princess. one of the biggest names in cyber security it sta rts biggest names in cyber security it starts with her if googles browser is hacked. if you're seen these padlocks they have a link between the computer or your phone of the website and make sure it is secure. she is behind the push to get more websites they see there is protocol. not all hackers are bad guys of course, she employs around 200 of them ina course, she employs around 200 of them in a specialist unit is on project zero. they hacked all sorts