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hello, welcome to sportsday. i'm ben mundy, here's what's coming up... liverpool lose grip in the premier league title race... as everton hold them in the merseyside derby. more gold for britain at the world indoor athletics as shelayna oskan—clarke wins the 800m. we'll be live in glasgow shortly. and... we'll also tell you about the unusual way nick kyrgios warmed up for his mexican open victory. thanks forjoining us. we start with the latest twist in the premier league title race. because for the first time since the start of december, liverpool aren't top having played the same number of games as manchester city.
jurgen klopp‘s side have been held by everton in the merseyside derby this afternoon. here's parick gearey... you do not need to look back self i went to major trophies were competing between these two. never pull and the site. at the 27 minutes, and zoomed in for the goal, only to close the shutter. while one floyd missed the subject, one intern baby—sitting. liverpool floyd missed the subject, one intern ba by—sitting. liverpool cannot price a part. discipline axes that they would get it, someone intervened. in liverpool goal did not come. who
knows at this fixture well set the title once again? a difficult game for different reasons. but we did not have 15 chances, but we have five or six really big ones. we have to respect that, it is not perfect, still good enough. i was a success because it isa enough. i was a success because it is a difficult away game. —— always a success. two other games in the premier league today... both featuring clubs with new managers... brendan rodgers took his new leicester city side to watford. scott parker was in charge at fulham, for a derby with chelsea. andy swiss watched the action... new manager, same old problems. four minutes and, i head through the
thought after the wobbly start. jamie seems to have secured them a point. the hornets had a stink in detail. andre grey found, a gas winner. they're both continue. detail. andre grey found, a gas winner. they're both continuem detail. andre grey found, a gas winner. they're both continue. it is going to take time to get - we going to take time to get what we want. there are some good signs and i was pleased that that despite my getting the results. chelsea, they keep back, last weekend refused to be substituted. and that he was too busy at first, and then they had a lead. the host hit back. callum with acres of space and the coolest of the finishes. chelsea restored their lead, and how, the strike making it
to— one by the break. they held on to— one by the break. they held on to victory only thanks to the safe. at the last week's controversy for him and chelsea. i understand that along the way, i huffed and puffed, you need to get a platform and foundation. the boys did that to a man really. in the scottish cup, aberdeen and rangers will need a quarter—final replay, after a i—all draw at pittodrie. the home side went in front inside the opening ten minutes when gary mackay—steven was taken down in the box...there's the replay. sam cosgrove converted the resulting spot—kick. but rangers got their equaliser two minutes into the second half — joe worral poking in from the back post at this corner. they'll go again at ibrox in nine days time. inverness beat dundee united in the day's other game.
it's another busy one at the european indoor athletics championships this evening. laura muir is among the medal hopes as the event comes to a close in glasgow. britain already up and running tonight. they've gone top of the medals table, after shelena oskan—clarke took gold in the women's 800 meters. the britain led from gun to tape to seal gb's 3rd gold of the championships. a medal too in the men's 800 — forjamie webb — who actually teaches chemistry for a dayjob — took silver in the 800m, with a really strong run. mark english of ireland took the bronze. holly bradshaw's going well in the women's high jump. she's guaranteed at least a silver, and it be a real boost for her having been dropped by her sponsor at the beginning of the year. you can follow the events in glasgow live over on bbc2 right now.
martina navratilova's apologised for the language she used on transgender athletes. the tennis icon used the term "cheating" when discussing whether they should be allowed to compete in women's sport. she says she's been "vilified" as... "transphobic" since the comments. it was a good return to international diving for tom daley. he won a silver and a bronze medal at the season—opening diving world series injapan. it's the first time he's competed since becoming a dad last summer. man, this mma thing is really hard. that was jon jones after he retained his light—heavyweight title at ufc 235. he dominated fellow american anthony smith in a gruelling five—round fight to earn a unanimous decision in las vegas. and this is awkward. a prestigious women's cycling race in belgium had to be temporarily stopped after the breakaway leader almost caught the men's race. nicole hanselmann was allowed to build an advantage after the restart, but eventually finished 74th. chantal blaak took the title. england's women are in
with a chance of winning the shebelieves cup, after holding world champions the usa to a draw. manager phil neville had described the match as the "ultimate test" ahead of this summer's world cup. his team will face japan on tuesday. jo currie reports from nashville... what is it a name, everything and nothing if you are part of this team. they had theirfemale idols on the back of the shirts. the england goalkeeper was routed to the spot. england were finding their feet, and this put the lionesses ahead.
and england lead against the world champions! the thing with the champions is that you can never break them off. we had fantastic performance on that page today. there were players that played with a smile on the face. the result for me was irrelevant from what i saw about the events of the competition deal. that is a blend it may be time to believe. newcastle falcons held on for a vital win over worcester warriors to keep their premiership survival hopes alive. the league's bottom side took the lead early on thanks to some quick—thinking from zack kiberige at the base of a ruck. the winger‘s fifth try in 8 premiership matches. man of the match toby flood scored the only other try and the rest of newcastle's points in a 17—6 win. in the proili... ulster beat dragons 28—15... sealing a convincing bonus—point victory and returining to third place.
captain alan 0'connor scored their fourth try, after they were reduced to 13 men. the win keeps ulster on course for a playoff spot. we're heading to poland now, because the world track cycling championships drew to a close there today. no more medals for great britain, but plenty to build on ahead of the olympics in tokyo next year. jill douglas and sir chris hoy have sent us this... the well track championship. it has been an exciting afternoon. no metals by great britain, but outstanding performances nevertheless. let's talk about the man at sprint, holland had been great all week, but that was something special. but the gold and silver, harry wenning, that meant they had the gold come at the sprint, utterly dominant performance
but that made it seem sprinting. they have set the bar, australia, certainly up there as well. finishing at that place in the metal table for britain. should be lower oui’ table for britain. should be lower our expectations when it comes the next yea r‘s our expectations when it comes the next year's 0lympics could yell at the bar has been raised, no doubt, but and will be looking to see how they can possibly improve, but they have shown time and time again that they can break the very best, displays, equipment, everything when it comes to the games but that that ta kes it comes to the games but that that takes nothing away from the australians and the dutch who outstanding here. at the end of the day, we still want to be well champions is that they are not setting up thinking that they are happy with second or third, they are wanting to when. it was remarkable, and normally, went wild records are broken, they usually with south
factors, but the fact is here where average. we thought that was a great start and moment, but that was the peak. individual performance, or individual person, for a the team sprint was excellent, but there are signs, glimmers of hope in the future. to metals, i think he has had a great championship. it could be better, giving them a b— for their efforts this week, and i think we will see a very different team coming into the tokyo games. thank you so much for your company. that is office here. and, we'll finish with a question. how do you best prepare for a tennis final? australia's nick kyrgios got ready for the final of the mexican 0pen by going jet—skiing. the strategy seems to have worked. he beat world number three alex zverev in straight sets to pick up his fifth atp tour title. zverev is one of three top ten players kyrgios beat on his way to the title,
as for thejet—skiing, he says perhaps he needs to be more disciplined and professional in his preparation for matches. i think it is more than an example for any one who is going to anything that they cannot get out of, that they think they cannot get out of. i really did not know what i was going to do, if i could do it, you can do it. that's all from sportsday. we'll have more throughout the evening. now it's time for click.