overnight leader francesco molinari. ca rted overnight leader francesco molinari. carted a overnight leader francesco molinari. ca rted a two overnight leader francesco molinari. carted a two under 70 to finish one shot i of fellow americans dustin johnson, xander schauffele, and brooks koepka. cheering the happiest man in the world. dip your cat, tiger woods. does not get any better than that. does not get any better than that. does not get any better than that. does not get any better than that.” any better than that. does not get any better than that. i have never seen him look sojoyous. and why not? of all the victories he has had in his life, this surely must be the mostjoyous. tiger woods, masters
champion golfer at augusta 2019. magic. time and time again with that core belief that it was his entitlement and now his winning here and just the sheerjoy. tiger woods there celebrating his fifth masters title. of there celebrating his fifth masters title. of course he had back surgery just under a year ago, so quite an achievement there and celebrations as the crowd clearly delighted for him, tiger woods there securing his 15th major title, his first since 2008. and more coverage of that victory on sports day coming up shortly. now it's time for a look at the weather with sarah keith lucas. it has been largely dry and settled across it has been largely dry and settled a cross m ost it has been largely dry and settled across most parts of the country but to preachers have been struggling and it certainly below average for this time of year. satellite image from sunday shows we have more clout
that has been working in from the west so cloudier skies on sunday compared to what we saw on saturday but that cloud is tending to thin and break through the rest of this evening and overnight so that will bea evening and overnight so that will be a come —— chilly night, especially in the central slate of the country. further west, especially in the central slate of the country. furtherwest, more cloud coming in but not as much: for northern ireland, wales and the south was lovingly but there witches could fall below freezing in the countryside for much of scotland and central part of england as well so i called frosty start to monday. see a bit more clout in the east and more clout also in the west and a few splashes of rain but in between, sunny and splashes of rain but in between, sunny and warmer splashes of rain but in between, sunny and warmer than recent days with the richards around 14 degrees and still struggling around some of the north sea coast. but you'll be pleased to hear those two pitchers derives as we look towards the middle part of the week. bye for now. hello, this is bbc news with ben bland. the headlines. one person has died and at least 20
others are taken to hospital after a crash involving two cars and a double decker bus on the isle of wight. it's been declared a major incident. the cabinet office minister, david lidington says the government and labour are "testing out" each other‘s ideas as they try to resolve the brexit deadlock. police name the nine—year—old boy killed by a dog in a cornish holiday park, and reveal he'd been left alone with the animal. teachers say there's increasing evidence that poverty is damaging the education of children in the uk. may have been an "inside job". now on bbc news, it's time for sportsday. hello, and welcome to sportsday,
i'm damian johnson. ahead from us on the programnme... history for tiger woods at the masters. an astonishing achievement, as he wins his 15th major title, more than a decade after his last. salah stars for liverpool as they beat chelsea to stay at the top of the premier league. but manchester city keep up the pressure. raheem sterling scores twice as they beat crystal palace to keep the title race going. also coming up in the programme... agony for chelsea, ecstasy for manchester city as a calamitous late own goal sends them to wembley in the women's fa cup. and hamilton's back on top, as the reigning champion wins formula 0ne's1,000th grand prix.
we start, where else, but at augusta. where tiger woods has won the masters. his 15th major title, more than a decade after his last. let's go live to augusta. ben croucher‘s been watching for us. it has been an extraordinary day of golf. at one point we thought it would just be a procession for francesco molinari, he was the overnight leader. but tiger woods has become his old self. his 15th major time, it comes 11 years after his last. here's the rough story of the day, francesco molinari led by three at one point, but then it came onto the par 312 whole, the famous corner, and he put it into the water. he did the same at the 15th hole, as well, making a double bogey. but tiger woods has rolled back for years. this is his tee shot
over the 16th, over the water. you are member that playoff against marco with that wonderful chip in on this very hole. he really produced the goods when it mattered most. he even could afford a bogey at the last, but tiger woods playing in the famous red shirt that we've seen him play in through the years. the augusta crowd has been right behind him as well, even when pots were missing from some of his opponents. they were being cheered as loudly, but none more loudly on that pot at 18, he like i said, he could even afford to make a bogey on the 18th hole. a fifth green jacket for tiger woods, coming 1a years after his last, at the age of 43, for him to be back at the top of the game. he's one of the greatest comebacks in sports. and he's battled there so many injuries and personal problems to get back to the top? you might
remember he had to battle various demons away from the course, with extra marital issues, and then only just 2—3 years ago, really struggling with his back. he tried to make one come back, but was doffing little chip shots here and there. absolute agony on his knees at some golf course he was playing at. he had spinalfusion surgery, which really seems to have changed him. he was leading the championship going back onto the back nine last year. he was in a final group at the us pga with brooks erka, finishing in second. 0ne us pga with brooks erka, finishing in second. one of the biggest tournaments on the pga tour towards the end of last season, but the masters is not only one of the biggest tournaments in golf, but one of the biggest sporting events as well. and for tiger woods to have come back from all these issues is one of the great stories, notjust in golf but in the entirety of sport. 0ne in golf but in the entirety of sport. one that we will hear a lot of in the coming days. history at
augusta. thanks for joining of in the coming days. history at augusta. thanks forjoining us, ben. to another big day in the premier league next. it remains nip and tuck in a thrilling title race between manchester city and liverpool. they were both in action with the chance of finishing the day top of the league. adam wild rounds up the action. for all the football to look forward to at haddonfield, football first pause to look back. 30 years since the hillsboro disaster, this once againa time the hillsboro disaster, this once again a time to remember. silence with such poignancy and purpose, liverpool no doubt know how much this means. chelsea needing the best of the first few chances. but after the break, the breakthrough sadio mane with the moment. the outfield crowd craved. celebrations that have barely subsided when solid did this. the goal is breathtakingly brilliant
as it was, important for liverpool's hopes for ending the weight. the school sends them back to the top. earlier, manchester city arrived at south hurst park, all too aware that this is a ground on which title fights have faltered in the past. the rahim sterling here was not letting any nerves show. sterling outstanding, two for him. and despite a late crystal palace fight back, gabrielle jesus despite a late crystal palace fight back, gabriellejesus settled it for city. this race, this rivalry goes on. adam wilde, bbc news. so the race goes on. liverpool top of the table by a couple of points, but manchester city have a game in hand. let's hearfrom both the managers. we wa nt we want to have as many points as possible. and if that means at the end, we are champions. and if not,... what a team, when a stadium. unbelievable. i'm so thankful that i
get to be part of this, it's just great. we're making an incredible performance. i'm happy because five games left, we know aberdeen did have two men sent off, boss derek mcinnes and his assistant were also sent to the stands, the holders face hearts in next month's final norwich city are closing in on promotion to the premier league after salvaging a late point against relegation threatened wigan athletic in the championship. wigan had looked set for a crucial three points to ease their fears of dropping into the third tier but with ten minutes to go, the championship's top scorer teemu pukki scored his 27th goal of the season to rescue a 1—1 draw for norwich. they remain top of the table, seven points clear of third
place sheffield united, with just four games to go. defending champions chelsea have been knocked out of the women's fa cup. they lost 1—0 to manchester city in the semi finals. a horrible moment for magdalena eriksson, who scored an own goal in the 92nd minute to gift city the win. 0bviously ecstatic that we have another opportunity to go up to wembley, it is one of the best years for playing in the fa cup final. but i think the game was pretty even as a whole, so it's a cruel ending. city will play west ham in the final, after they beat reading in the day's early kick off. reading took the lead just after half time. but west ham were leveljust eight minutes later, alisha lehmann with their equaliser. fara williams then missed a penalty for reading, so it finished 1—1 after 90 minutes. no goals in extra time, so it went to penalties.
cho so hyun's spotkick securing a 11—3 victory for west ham. it means an fa cup final in their first season as a professional team. what a performance, what a battle from start to finish. what a feeling, look at that! look at that — wembley! you are going to wembley. you said how much you wanted to get here with west ham, you've been there so may times with chelsea. what does it mean in your first season at west ham? it so special. i feel like i'm going to cry. it's unbelievable! lewis hamilton has won the chinese grand prix to hold the championship lead for the first time this season. he finished ahead of his mercedes team—mate valtteri bottas, as nick parrott reports. there was no catching lewis hamilton in the pit lane or on the track in shanghai. no wonder, the briton has won here more times than anyone else, and was determined to have the honour of winning formula 0ne's1,000th race.
he swept past team—mate valtteri bottas and went on to become only the second driver to lead 4,000 laps. the first lap drama continued with both mclarens colliding. but after overtaking sebastian vettel, their ferrari team intervened. let sebastian by. i'm pulling away. mercedes were far slicker, even managing to double up from their pit stops, timing things to perfection. they got lucky last time, but there was nothing fortunate about lewis hamilton's sixth win in china. i think we did a greatjob today, and to have a 1—2 together is special, on the 1,000th grand prix. but the start was where i was able to make the different. that leaves hamilton six points clear in the drivers championship, and mercedes with a best start to a season by a team since 1992. nick parrott, bbc news. wasps have got their biggest win of the season in the gallagher premiership, beating leaders exeter 26—19 to move up to the brink of the play—off places. the chiefs had looked to be
heading for victory at 12—0 up in the first half, but wasps mounted a stunning comeback at sandy park to eventually win with a bonus point. it's the first time wasps have won on this ground in the premiership, and they're nowjust three poits behind harlequins who occupy that fourth play—off spot. it's just exeter‘s fourth defeat of the season but they're still on course to finish as league leaders. there's been gold for britain's alice kinsella at the european gymnastics championships. the 18—year—old won the balance beam title in poland, beating the european all—around champion by just one tenth of a mark. kinsella also won gold in this evet at last year's commonwealth games, she'll hope to continue that wining form into the tokyo 0lympics next year. britain now have four medals at the event in total. let's have a look at some of the day's other sports headlines. and yorkshire have earned their first win of the county championship season. they beat hampshire by an innings—and—lili—runs at the ageas bowl. kent also beat warwickshire whilst
surrey drew with essex. marc marquez will start the grand prix of the americas on pole position for the seventh year in a row. the honda rider and current motogp world champion is unbeaten at the track since itjoined the calendar, winning every race for the past six seasons. valentino rossi and cal cruchlow join him on the grid. american boxer claressa shields has declared herself "the greatest woman of all time" after unifying the middleweight division. she outclassed christina hammer to win by unanimous decision in arlantic city, and add the wbo title to her wba, wbc, and ibf belts. and sky brown has won the women's park title at the uk national skateboarding championships in manchester. she's just ten years old and chose to compete for great britain, she lives in the united states. she eased to victory in the event which acts as the first qualifier