for many of us, our car is one of the most valuable and 8-10 things that we own. northwest. 7—8d in scotland and 8—10 further south. southern flank of sometimes crazy to think this level as it tracks its way into that we just leave them out on the streets but, the north sea and we could see the of course, that is because they are built with good security. most damaging gusts of winds perhaps but in the last few years we have started to see this happening... gales on exposed coasts. the week newer cars with keyless ahead looks quite stormy, severe entry have been fooled gales around with some heavy rain by thieves with relay boxes. and also some drier and brighter as they stand outside your house well. and the box magnifies the signal from your key fob, which may be sitting inside, so the car thinks the key fob hello this is bbc news with martine croxall. the headlines: a passenger plane crashes is closer than it really is and, in ethiopia, killing all 157 people on board — it came down soon after take—off among the seven british citizens on board, one of them has been named asjoanna toole — a un workerfrom devon. the foreign secretary, jeremy hunt, warns mps that if they get crucial votes wrong this week they risk losing brexit. and coming up on bbc news in 15
minutes, the click team reveal how some popular alarms have made cars easier to steal. now on bbc news it's time for sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday. i'm damien johnson. aston villa's jack grealish is attacked by a spectator during the derby against local rivals birmingham at st andrews. arsenal beat manchester united to go fourth and inflict a first premier league defeat on caretaker boss ole gunnar solksjaer. ah mane, mane — two goals for sadio as liverpool beat burnley to reduce the gap to one point on premier league leaders manchester city. headline, nobody gets rid of us. i am completely happy with the performance from the boys. you have to be so ready,
especially against burnley. and ireland overcome france and the conditions in dublin to keep alive their slim hopes of retaining the six nations title. hello and welcome to sportsday. jack grealish has been attacked by an intruder on the pitch during aston villa's game at birmingham. the local derby was stopped briefly as a supporterjumped out of the crowd and appeared to aim a punch at the villa captain. the man in question was led away by stewards and arrested by police. grealish was ok and able to continue... ..he even went on score the winning goal for villa. after the game the midfielder said:
this was the reaction of villa manager dean smith after the game. some mindless idiot runs on the pitch at the birmingham city end and the lack of security and tried to attack one of our players. you know, it makes you ashamed to be a football fan and especially me being from the city. i am all for banter and local rivalries but that is taking too far and then you have 15,000 idiots clapping him off as well. it doesn't sit well. 22 players out there working hard for each other all week and then they try to entertain the spectators. that is overstepping the mark and hopefully the authorities will deal with him. richard wilford was commentating on the game for the bbc. earlier, he told me how the incident took everyone inside the ground by surprise.
it is not necessarily that unusual on a sporting occasion to see somebody in a benign way, run around the pitch, get caught by the stewards and then be taken off. but in this case, the gentleman concerned went straight towards jack grealish. there was the incident and jack grealish was on the ground. quickly, he was surrounded by the stewards. a number of birmingham city fans would have enjoyed the incident initially because jack grealish has been something of a poster boy for their local rivals, an outstanding talent in the aston villa squad. but the dawning realisation of how serious an incident like that is on how badly it reflects on birmingham city was apparent to everybody. we have heard from jack grealish himself but are birmingham city aware of the consequences for them with this happening on their ground? they are aware, it has been on social media. birmingham city have a very proud and committed fan base but we know
passions can be stirred. the stewarding of the game would have been intense, there were extra stewards on show but he got through a soft spot. it is difficult to stop in football grounds these days, and on this occasion it was a lapse in security. birmingham city are facing a hearing to do with their financial situation and now they will be concerned that the fa will take further action against them. understandably they put out a statement very quickly condemning the incident and the supporter will be banned for life but they will be expecting further punishment. manchester united have lost their first game in the premier league under 0le gunnar solskjaer. the defeat to arsenal came in his 13th game in charge since taking over from jose mourinho. with that and news of a late eden hazard goalfor chelsea and liverpool moving back
within a point of the top of the table, here's david dom. it was an unfamiliar feeling for 0le gunnar solskjar. victory today would have made him the first united boss to king claim consecutive wins against arsenal. this strike swept away from david to gaia. romelu lukaku away from david to gaia. romelu lu ka ku has away from david to gaia. romelu lukaku has been dealing in doubles recently netting twice in his last three united games. twice he was denied a glorious opportunity. it proved costly because fred, denied by the woodworth himself, brought down alexandre lacazette. united on the end of a tough penalty call. pierre—emerick aubameyang, the calmest man in the stadium. united search for a way back but there were no repeat heroics for marcus rashford. arsenal are back in the top four. earlier liverpool conceded twice for just the second time
top four. earlier liverpool conceded twice forjust the second time this season. twice forjust the second time this season. the liverpool goalkeeper claimed he was impeded from the corner. juergen klopp‘s team recovered to reduce the gap to manchester city to a single point. the only blemish, another blank for mo salah. he was out a goal in four premier league games. meanwhile, chelsea's top four aspirations suffered a setback but they prevented wolves completing the double against them. another moment of magic from ed in hazzard, which could be crucial as the blues have a game in hand and sit three points behind arsenal. so a first league defeat for 0le gunner solsjkaer and his manchester united side drop out of the top four. but the norweigian felt the 2—0 scoreline didn't reflect the match. disappointed with the result but
then you look back at the performance and you cannot say it was a game we deserved to lose because we created at least five big chances. hit the woodwork twice. they scored on the first shot and got a penalty. the performance was good, result, disappointing. manchester united are very good, very good players. but today, there we re very good players. but today, there were some defensive moments in the 90 minutes but we were playing very competitive for the 90 minutes. we battled manchester united with our players and i think we can be happy today. so late drama at anfield but liverpool securing a vital win that leaves them just a point behind leaders manchester city. despite conceding twice, manager jurgen klopp says he was pleased with his side's efforts. i am completely happy
about the performance of the boys. you have to, against burnley, you have to be so ready for a fight and playing football. if you only play a little bit and they smash it, it is not playing. if you don't fight, you don't have a chance. we did both again. good. headline — nobody gets rid of us. chelsea's dropped points at home to wolves means their top four aspirations have suffered a setback and their head coach maurizio sarri was left unimpressed by wolves‘ tactics during the match. we were unlucky because we conceded the goal in the first situation inside our box. we made mistakes because today we had to play against a team who didn't want to play. and this is the top of the premier league. chelsea losing ground on the champions league places. arsenal above manchester united into fourth. liverpool and manchester city fighting it out for the title.
ireland have kept their slim hopes of retaining the six nations title alive with victory over france. they won by 26—14 in dublin and picked up what could be a crucial bonus point. patrick gearey watched the action. this time of year, things change fast. it has been an unsettled six nations for ireland. who began as favourites but found the wind against them. whatever they might have done better they are led by the best. having delivered the line out, rory best fought for the line. the captain scoring on what might be his last six nations game in dublin. that set the scene and the rest of the half would be played in the surrounding area. france engulfed by a green belt that ireland eventually built on. johnny sexton, now a try scorer. ireland look like the irresistible force they were last year,
19—0 at the break and it might have been more. after working so hard it was only fair ireland and collected their bonus. keith earls earned them an extra point which will take them one point behind england in the championship. france named an unchanged team for the first time since 2012. it took until the final five minutes to look as though they had met before. the frustration which had built up over the course of the match, channelled into one, last shove. that will stay in the small print. but the headline is ireland are back and might win the six nations. things do change fast. it was a big step in the right direction. the first half, we showed a lot of intensity that had been missing in the first three games. a lot of the accuracy. we will look back at chances we didn't put away, but in terms of how we rate ourselves, that was definitely a lot closer to it. it's less about the title, more about what can we do week to week. a
six—day turnaround makes it very tough especially in an attritional game like today was. there was actually a lot of rucks, about 200 rucks in the game and that there is a lot of tackle. we will be concentrating on the wales match because we cannot control our destiny. we will focus on what we can control and it is pretty hard to control wales. so the irish are third in the table, a point behind england, who are a point behind wales. the welsh host the ireland in their final game next weekend. england play scotland at twickenham. all three can still win the title, but wales look favourites. there has been premiership action as well today, as gloucester swept aside harlequins 29—7 at the stoop. gloucester scored four tries to earn a bonus point. this was the last one from danny cipriani. gloucester move to within two points of quins in the table, and end their five—match winning streak. 0ne game in superleague today.
hull kr beat wakefield ten points to six which means they leapfrog them into sixth place. italy's andrea dovizioso has won a thrilling first motogp race of the season in qatar... ...pipping the reigning champion marc marquez on the final corner to claim victory. it was a great day for brtain‘s cal crutchlow too, he finished in third. britain's sam bird has been stripped of his victory at the hong kong formula e eprix. bird collided with the leader andre lotterer on the final lap, who then suffered a punctured tyre and crashed out. the fia issued bird a five second penalty for puncturing lotterer‘s tyre. the penalty drops the brit to sixth place, handing venturi's edoardo mortara and the team, their maiden win. in a week in which he suggested he may make a return to track racing, sir mo farah has won the big half for the second year in a row in london.
he completed the half—marathon course between tower bridge and the cutty sark in greenwich in 1:1:14. he finished just ahead of belgium's bashir abdi and 2017 london marathon winner, daniel wanjiru of kenya. afterwards he said he could be back on the track at september's world championships. and britain's charlotte purdue defended her title in the women's race — she crossed the line in a time of 1:1:36. steph twell, who led the race for most of the way, finished just under a minute behind purdue. that's all from sportsday. we'll have more throughout the evening.