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skierfacing an weekend. also coming up. the presale skier facing an uncertain future after being diagnosed with a rare blood clot on the brain. after being diagnosed with a rare blood clot on the brainli after being diagnosed with a rare blood clot on the brain. i was sitting on my own thinking why the hell has this happened to me? welcome to the programme. england licking their wounds after a crushing ashes collapse. the first test has gone the way of australia after a 251 run win at edgbaston. england were chasing an improbable 398 to win. more realistic to bat out a draw. but with four wickets by lunchtime they were bowled out for
146. joe wilson was there. england fans may have been tempted by the offer of a £5 ticket for under 16 and maybe by the memory of what happened in an ashes text match ten yea rs what happened in an ashes text match ten years ago. similarities, not many except that james anderson was batting at the end. his injury and inability to bowl at all is set in one of the big talking points. but what happened today, rory burns was the first man out. he can leave this match with a lot of pride. what about jason roy? he match with a lot of pride. what aboutjason roy? he is clearly learning how to play in test matches. his dismissal is one he will regret. trying to play a twe nty20 style shot. will regret. trying to play a twenty20 style shot. it didn't look good. nathan lyon bowl victory may well. he did what an experience spin bowler is supposed to do.
australia's catchers were on top form. most of england's dismissals you could say where down to good australian bowling. and catching. but would somebody resist for england? give the crowd something to cheerfor? for a while england? give the crowd something to cheer for? for a while there were a few snails but everybody knew the game was up. few snails but everybody knew the game was up. chris woakes was last man to go. you could see an australian team leaving the fortress recharged with energy for the rest of this ashes series. it is frustrating to have finished the wait has. credit has to go to australia. we were bowled out today. it was gifted to them. ultimately, i think we have to look further back in the game. they fought extreme ha rd to in the game. they fought extreme hard to get into that position.
there are things we can take from both sides of the game. for three days we were brilliant. it was a strong one. unfortunately we couldn't quite get it right yesterday. i know you base selection on who was available and who wouldn't want james anderson on who was available and who wouldn't wantjames anderson in the tea m wouldn't wantjames anderson in the team but do you regret that decision now? not at all. he passed every medical test. extremely. it isa it is a freak scenario when he pulled up and because it is the same ca lf pulled up and because it is the same calf we are not sure whether it is a different injury or not yet we have to wait for the scans. but it is easy to look back and say we could have done things differently but he did pass all the testing as i said. and it was a unanimous decision for him to play. i felt behind the game for three days so the way we stuck
at it was a credit to our boys. the la st two at it was a credit to our boys. the last two days we played superb cricket. there are for tests to go and we are here to win the first test but to win the ashes which we have been clear on. we are happy to win the first test, it is a huge test —— step in the right direction. tonight will be a different feel to most test women that we have had. we are over here to do something that a lot of teams have struggled to do. and we realise that if we can do it, it will be spoken about for a hell ofa it will be spoken about for a hell of a long time. we at the end of that, he admitted they we re at the end of that, he admitted they were behind for three days but ended up were behind for three days but ended up winning so comprehensively. so much to discuss. delighted to say we are here with a man who played 52 test matches for england and was batting for five years. mark, first
of all could spectator savage to some more resistance 01’ of all could spectator savage to some more resistance or resilience forming the? yes. ideally. we know that nathan lyon is an experienced spinner with 350 international wickets. so he is a very good operator on a pitch that i bet he wishes he could roll it up and take it around with him. it turned and bounced but he bowled very accurately. and it put england under accurately. and it put england under a lot of pressure. i thought whilst joe root was there with jason roy that they played pretty confidently. for a period of time but thenjason lost patience and try to hit it over the top and was out. and that meant no one really got going after that. a difficult day at the office for england but i certainly don't think the coaches will dwell on it. england played well in the first innings. we have a new player at the top of the order who got an
excellent 100 and rory burns. it is the first test of a five test series. they will want to keep confidence up and not dwell too much on this last day which of course was a disappointing performance was from a disappointing performance was from a coach perspective, if you had a tenure to said they wanted to bat like steve smith would you tell them to go ahead? he has hit thousands of cricket balls and on a pitch which doesn't move around too much, he has been a method which has an absolutely phenomenal. second only. with your coaching experience, can you see why england took the risk to pickjames you see why england took the risk to pick james anderson at you see why england took the risk to pickjames anderson at the start of the test? it had to be a calculated risk and one which went wrong. that's right. several people would have been involved in the decision but the most important person is james anderson. he will have
desperately wanted to play and known that the team look to him as their spearhead. he is their best bowler, a fantastic player, he has been for so a fantastic player, he has been for so long as he will have known the importance of playing in the scheme. and so may he almost convinced himself that he would be ok. —— playing in this game. he would have gone through these numerous tests and medical staff are very thorough in the row test they do. let's hope we seejimmy in the row test they do. let's hope we see jimmy anderson in the row test they do. let's hope we seejimmy anderson at some point in the remainder of the series. there is a bit of a break now until the second test at lord's. a lot for england to think about in terms of selection but also to ponder their methods against steve smith. the big question. england are going to have to go against the tide of history if they are to regain the ashes after that defeat. that is because only
once a century have they lost the first test in an ashes series and come back to win. that was the famous one into thousand five. —— 2005. you have to go back to 1981 to find the previous occasion that england lost the first test and still won the ashes. backs against the wall stuff already. if england are to do it this will be the route. wednesday week at lord's, that is the second test. after that it is to headingley, in september the 4th test at old trafford. the fifth and final test at the oval. three days to go until the transfer window closes in england. harry maguire was the headline move. finally confirmed by man united. hefty fee. to take us
to the details, austen is here. as you say, just three days to go until the premier league transfer window shuts at 5pm on thursday. 0nce again, clubs voted to try and keep disruption to a minimum when the matches are under way although european windows stay open for another month or so. with just over 70 hours or so to go. all the talk has been about this man. harry maguire. manchester united have signed him on a six—year dealfrom leicester city for £80 million. that makes him the most expensive defender in history. a huge move from united and a huge one for maguire himself. five years ago he was playing in league1 maguire himself. five years ago he was playing in league 1 for sheffield united before moving on to hull city. then leicester in 2017. it was in an england shirt last
summer it was in an england shirt last summer in 2018 that his stock really rose after his performances at the world cup in russia. scoring in that memorable quarterfinal win over sweden. he was quick to thank leicester after the move was announced. he said... apparently, manchester united is a lwa ys apparently, manchester united is always been the copy wanted to play for. his mom, zoe, admitted so on twitter. she said... so proud of you harry maguire and that is the picture she put up. what are manchester united getting in the dyke defender? erica respondent has a bit more on that. manchester
united have been struggling in central defensive areas for a long time. they have expended with many players, many of whom they have given long contracts to because what are they going to do with them now that maguire has come in? it is a huge amount of money, £5 million more than liverpool paid for roger van dyck —— man united will hope we have a similar success rate at old trafford. allah they will be compared all season. this is how they got on comparatively last season. when it comes to aerial, thatis season. when it comes to aerial, that is what maguire is best known for. he was the best in the league, slightly ahead of van dijk. united
are looking to strengthen their defence, so are manchester city. they are hoping to bring in portuguese defender from juventus and brazilian would be going the other way in that deal. liverpool have placed their former goalkeeper with adrian. he comes in as a second choice because alison is already there. i am still thinking about harry maguire's mom. i love that we have got that in our transfer news. thank you so much forjoining us. alex greenwood is moving to the european champions lyon. that was her scoring at the world cup, the last 16 against cameroon. celtic
know their path if they are to reach the group stage of the champions league. they face the romanian side over the next week. if they come through that, check champions stand beside new lennons men. the same is also being done for the europa league. wolves face a tie against italians aberdeen were also involved. details on the bbc sport website. kilmarnock say they are determined to avoid a repeat of sunday's pitch invasion at rugby park. rangers fans spilled onto the turf after an injury time
winner and a roof of shelter, collapsed. the club say they are horrified. the aftermath of celebrations that could have turned to tragedy. this is what is left of the area built to house visiting disabled fans at rugby park. this is what happened. with moments remaining, rangers scored a late goal to win. some fans spilled onto the pitch as stewards tried to contain them. 0thers the pitch as stewards tried to contain them. others found their way onto a small roof covering disabled fa ns onto a small roof covering disabled fans which collapsed. today, command it wanted to put across their side. but they were in no mood to accept blame. we will deal with it. we will learn a lesson, i think the football authority has to look at it as well. the rangers team came up to the
front. it is almost like encouraging the fans so think that is not something that we can fix. many will say that the measures put in place by, were not adequate, clearly to deal with what happened yesterday. we had other issues of fans getting access to the ground where they should not have. suggestions of a crush of a turnstile being forced. the turnstile was forced by rangers fa ns the turnstile was forced by rangers fans because they could not wait. we had heavy searching in place because of the high risk. we're not going to apologise for making searches. u nfortu nately apologise for making searches. unfortunately that is what we have to do. it is not until you get up close to the area that you can see exactly how serious what happened yesterday could have been. these are sheets of what looks like steel, com pletely sheets of what looks like steel, completely given way on top of the rangers fans below here. some fairly sharp exposed pieces of metal which could have proved really dangerous. the spf l came under pressure last
season because of unacceptable conduct so after just week season because of unacceptable conduct so afterjust week one and this, what of a response from the government body? —— governing body. rangers say they cannot condone the actions of some fans who invaded the pitch and jumped onto the roof, but they insist problems outside the ground where caused solely by failure of,‘s ticketing system. a game of blame, claim and counterclaim. but what comes next? elsewhere, there was crowd trouble ata elsewhere, there was crowd trouble at a super league game between warrington wolves and catalan