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' wondering wondering of concentration familiar wondering of concentration against the italians on sunday, the team showed up and particularly in extra time. it really paid off because we had a lot more energy in the danes. the boys did very well. digby? the danes. the boys did very well. dib ? the danes. the boys did very well. digby?_ good - the danes. the boys did very well. i digby?_ good evening. digby? good evening. good evening. i've known you _ digby? good evening. good evening. i've known you for _ digby? good evening. good evening. i've known you for years, _ digby? good evening. good evening. i've known you for years, and - digby? good evening. good evening. i've known you for years, and i - i've known you for years, and i never— i've known you for years, and i never knew _ i've known you for years, and i never knew you knew so little about footbalh _ never knew you knew so little about football. �* , football. laughter go on! _ football. laughter go on! i'm - football. laughter go on! i'm teasing i football. laughter - go on! i'm teasing you. i football. laughter _ go on! i'm teasing you. i thought that was excellent. _ go on! i'm teasing you. i thought that was excellent. let _ go on! i'm teasing you. i thought that was excellent. let me - go on! i'm teasing you. i thought that was excellent. let me take i go on! i'm teasing you. i thought| that was excellent. let me take it on from _ that was excellent. let me take it on from there. the first thing to say is _ on from there. the first thing to say is that— on from there. the first thing to say is that for those who are interested in the way the paper review— interested in the way the paper review is— interested in the way the paper review is put together, henry and i will get _ review is put together, henry and i will get the front pages as they
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come _ will get the front pages as they come through. 25 to 15 minutes before — come through. 25 to 15 minutes before you see our ugly mugs. then we work— before you see our ugly mugs. then we work out — before you see our ugly mugs. then we work out an order with our producer. _ we work out an order with our producer, and then sean takes it forward — producer, and then sean takes it forward and it's all fine. tonight, virtually, — forward and it's all fine. tonight, virtually, with the exception of the ft, virtually, with the exception of the ft. the _ virtually, with the exception of the ft, the whole of what used to be called. _ ft, the whole of what used to be called. has — ft, the whole of what used to be called, has held up the front pages. they wanted to get this result out onto the _ they wanted to get this result out onto the news stands in the morning, which _ onto the news stands in the morning, which mearls— onto the news stands in the morning, which means that that is why you're listening _ which means that that is why you're listening to — which means that that is why you're listening to what i can only call the saint— listening to what i can only call the saint in greasy of the bbc... laughter— laughter that might be for some of our younger viewers. a little baffling. look him up. let younger viewers. a little baffling. look him no— younger viewers. a little baffling. look him up. let me take it on for one minute _ look him up. let me take it on for one minute to _ look him up. let me take it on for one minute to the _ look him up. let me take it on for one minute to the final. _
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look him up. let me take it on for one minute to the final. if- look him up. let me take it on for one minute to the final. if we - look him up. let me take it on for one minute to the final. if we playl one minute to the final. if we play but sort _ one minute to the final. if we play but sort of — one minute to the final. if we play but sort of passing football to try and work — but sort of passing football to try and work out little chinks in the armour— and work out little chinks in the armour to— and work out little chinks in the armour to get through, we will lose because _ armour to get through, we will lose because they are extremely good. and incredibly— because they are extremely good. and incredibly both quick and talented. they ran _ incredibly both quick and talented. they ran something in the times about— they ran something in the times about the — they ran something in the times about the fastest player so far, and he's the _ about the fastest player so far, and he's the italian left—winger. for 20 years. _ he's the italian left—winger. for 20 years. -- _ he's the italian left—winger. for 20 years, —— yards, he was doing 20 miles— years, —— yards, he was doing 20 milesan— years, —— yards, he was doing 20 miles an hour. this guy is incredibly— miles an hour. this guy is incredibly quick. on the break, they will have _ incredibly quick. on the break, they will have us. — incredibly quick. on the break, they will have us, although we have a very— will have us, although we have a very good — will have us, although we have a very good defence. the way to do this is— very good defence. the way to do this is but— very good defence. the way to do this is put green lush —— grealish and sterling... absolutely. if you put
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and sterling... absolutely. if you but those — and sterling... absolutely. if you put those three and do one thing, run at _ put those three and do one thing, run at the — put those three and do one thing, run at the good defence and the health— run at the good defence and the health value, there will be other cards _ health value, there will be other cards andm _ health value, there will be other cards and- - -_ health value, there will be other cards and... ., ., , , ., cards and... the good news is that while you've _ cards and... the good news is that while you've been _ cards and... the good news is that while you've been talking, - cards and... the good news is that while you've been talking, we - cards and... the good news is that| while you've been talking, we have got the first of our front pages, and it is actually the telegraph which has managed to get harry kane's reaction after he scored that goal. the headline is a final. 55 year wait to for italy. it's a great picture if you've... br; wait to for italy. it's a great picture if you've. . .- wait to for italy. it's a great picture if you've. .. by the way, if i may say. _ picture if you've. .. by the way, if i may say. let's _ picture if you've. .. by the way, if i may say, let's talk _ picture if you've. .. by the way, if i may say, let's talk papers. - picture if you've. .. by the way, if| i may say, let's talk papers. they use the _ i may say, let's talk papers. they use the word final league very clever — use the word final league very clever i— use the word final league very clever. i think i have an advantage over you. — clever. i think i have an advantage overyou, both clever. i think i have an advantage over you, both of you gentlemen, because _ over you, both of you gentlemen, because on— over you, both of you gentlemen, because on the 30th ofjuly 1966, i
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was because on the 30th ofjuly1966, i was nearly— because on the 30th ofjuly1966, i was nearly 11. i was a cub. i was in the was nearly11. i was a cub. i was in the forest— was nearly11. i was a cub. i was in the forest of— was nearly 11. i was a cub. i was in the forest of dean on a week's camp, and we _ the forest of dean on a week's camp, and we all— the forest of dean on a week's camp, and we all gathered around a little television — and we all gathered around a little television to watch the final. i don't — television to watch the final. i don't think either of you were alive — don't think either of you were alive. ., �* . ., , alive. you're right. i certainly wasn't. alive. you're right. i certainly wasn't- i— alive. you're right. i certainly wasn't. i paid _ alive. you're right. i certainly wasn't. i paid attention - alive. you're right. i certainly wasn't. i paid attention the l wasn't. i paid attention the following — wasn't. i paid attention the following year, _ wasn't. i paid attention the following year, 1967. - wasn't. i paid attention the following year, 1967. its i following year, 1967. its experience. _ following year, 1967. its experience. i— following year, 1967. its experience. i haven't i following year, 1967. its i experience. i haven't seen following year, 1967. its - experience. i haven't seen the telegraph _ experience. i haven't seen the telegraph yet. _ experience. i haven't seen the telegraph yet, however, - experience. i haven't seen the telegraph yet, however, isn'tl experience. i haven't seen the | telegraph yet, however, isn't it experience. i haven't seen the i telegraph yet, however, isn't it a wonderful redemption for harry kane? in the first two and a half games, he was without leave, he looked out of sorts. he wasn't leading his colleagues on the pitch. they weren't looking to him for guidance and they looked like a ghost, a shadow of his former self. people are saying is he trying to drive down the transfer fee that spurs will have to pay?—
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down the transfer fee that spurs will have to pay? what a terribly suitable cynical _ will have to pay? what a terribly suitable cynical thing! _ will have to pay? what a terribly suitable cynical thing! it's - will have to pay? what a terribly suitable cynical thing! it's a - suitable cynical thing! it's a tribute to — suitable cynical thing! it's a tribute to southgate's - suitable cynical thing! it's a| tribute to southgate's vision suitable cynical thing! it's a - tribute to southgate's vision and that has been rewarded. let’s tribute to southgate's vision and that has been rewarded. let's “ust follow that thought i that has been rewarded. let's “ust follow that thought because h that has been rewarded. let'sjust follow that thought because you i that has been rewarded. let'sjust i follow that thought because you are right. _ follow that thought because you are right. and _ follow that thought because you are right, and if we look at what southgate has done, he has forged a team _ southgate has done, he has forged a team and _ southgate has done, he has forged a team. and what's been lacking in the so-called _ team. and what's been lacking in the so—called golden generation of the girard _ so—called golden generation of the girard and — so—called golden generation of the girard and lampard is they were all absolutely— girard and lampard is they were all absolutely faded every day on fortunes — absolutely faded every day on fortunes that their clubs, and they never— fortunes that their clubs, and they never played as a team —— absolutely facing _ never played as a team —— absolutely facing all _ never played as a team —— absolutely facing all of — never played as a team —— absolutely facing. all of them failed to produce _ facing. all of them failed to produce a team, and remember this — the old _ produce a team, and remember this — the old cliche — produce a team, and remember this — the old cliche management is right, there _ the old cliche management is right, there is— the old cliche management is right, there is no— the old cliche management is right, there is no letter i in team. what southgate — there is no letter i in team. what southgate has done is he's got these
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player— southgate has done is he's got these player to _ southgate has done is he's got these player to play for each other and he -ot player to play for each other and he got this— player to play for each other and he got this team not to be fazed by his stream. _ got this team not to be fazed by his stream. not — got this team not to be fazed by his stream, not to be concerned about all the _ stream, not to be concerned about all the pressures that used to come on and _ all the pressures that used to come on and forced england to play badly. actually. _ on and forced england to play badly. actually, to play for each other and produce _ actually, to play for each other and produce the goods. i give it to southgate forjust getting to where he's got _ southgate forjust getting to where he's got to. i think he's a super leader~ — he's got to. i think he's a super leader. ~ ., ~ he's got to. i think he's a super leader. ~ . ,, , , ., ., leader. we will take this up again with real front _ leader. we will take this up again with real front pages _ leader. we will take this up again with real front pages in _ leader. we will take this up again with real front pages in about - leader. we will take this up again with real front pages in about 40| with real front pages in about llo minutes. i should say the thing you need to know about greaves he is they manage it about a presenter, so maybe somebody is trying to tell me something. let's leave you before we go to our sport team with pictures of the fans leaving with lee. the score line, denmark one, england two. england beat then bark to— one in extra time at wembley. let's
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cross over to the bbc sport centre. i'll see you at 11. good evening. i marc edwards. what a night! england's men are into their first major tournament final since 1966. they really had to do it the hard way. england had to come from behind, conceding for the first time in the tournament when mikkel damsgaard powered in a free kick. england responded nine minutes later when bukayo saka's pull back was diverted into his own net by danish captain simon kjaer. and so — perhaps inevitably — the game went to extra time. before the match could go to penalties, england had one of their own when sterling was fouled. harry kane stepped up, but the england captain's spot kick was saved, only for the tottenham striker to turn in the rebound
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to the delight of the majority of the 65,000 fans in wembley. it takes england's men through to their first ever european championship final. they'll meet italy on sunday at wembley. the end of an era — could wimbledon have said a final goodbye to eight—time champion roger federer? the 39—year—old has had to overcome injury problems recently and targeted playing in this tournament. but he lost in straight sets to the 14th seed, poland's hubert hurkacz, losing the third set 6—0. so, is this the last time we'll see him at wimbledon? i don't know, i really don't know. i've got to regroup. my goal was always for the last year and more, to always play another wimbledon.
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like i was to play last year. that was never going to happen, plus the pandemic hit. i was able to make it this year, which i'm really happy about it, and like i said, with everything that comes after wimbledon, we were always going to sit down and talk about it because clearly, now wimbledon is over, we've got to take a few days. obviously, we will speak a little bit tonight depending on how i feel, and the next couple days as well. then we go from there and see ok, what do i need to do to get them in better shape so i can be more competitive? i'm actually very happy i made it as far as i did here, and i made it as faras i did here, and i made it as far as i did here, and i actually was able to play wimbledon at the level that i did. of course i would like to play it again, but at my age, you're never sure what's around the corner. meanwhile, world number one novak djokovic had no such dramas,
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breezing past first time quarter finalist marton fucsovicsin straight sets 6—3, 6—4, 6—4. the defending champion remains on course for the calendar grand slam, having already won in australia and france. sometimes things do look surreal for me, sometimes things do look surreal for me. but— sometimes things do look surreal for me. but i_ sometimes things do look surreal for me, but i try— sometimes things do look surreal for me, but i try to live in the moment, i me, but i try to live in the moment, i don't _ me, but i try to live in the moment, idon't think— me, but i try to live in the moment, i don't think anything for granted, be grateful for every opportunity on the court _ be grateful for every opportunity on the court. obviously, going for history— the court. obviously, going for history is— the court. obviously, going for history is a _ the court. obviously, going for history is a huge embracement for me, history is a huge embracement for me. so— history is a huge embracement for me. so let's — history is a huge embracement for me, so let's keep it going. djokovic will face his sternest test yet in the last four. canada's denis shapovalov is into his first semifinal at a slam coming from two sets to one down to beat karen khachanov. and seventh seed matteo berrettini
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completes the semifinal line—up. the italian will play hurkacz after beating the canadian 16th seed felix auger aliassime in four sets. eight british and irish lions are isolating after a player and member of the management team tested positive for covid—19 on their tour of south africa. on the field, it was business as usual as they geared up for the test series by beating the sharks. duhan van der merwe and josh adams ran in three tries each in the 54—7 win. adams now has seven in two games on the tour so far. so, great form from the whales swinger. and jack kenningham has withdrawn from the england squad after being contacted and advised to isolate by the nhs covid app. a staff member has also gone into isolation. england play canada at twickenham stadium on saturday.
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the ecb have confirmed that all of the england squad and their staff have tested negative for covid—19, ahead of their odi series against pakistan which starts tomorrow. ben stokes will captain the make—shift team after the original squad were forced into isolation after a covid outbreak in the camp. the side could feature up to nine debutants. tadey pogacia has increased his lead at the tour de france to more than five minutes. the slovenian finished fourth on stage 11, which was won by belgium's wout van art. britain's mark cavendish in the green jersey finished before the cut off time keeping alive his hopes of equalling the record of 3a stage wins tomorrow. and that's all the sport for now. you can get more reaction from that incredible night at wembley, england through to the euro 2020 final.
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that's bbc .com/ support. bye—bye. good evening. sunny spells and scattered, heavy showers was the order of the day on wednesday. some places avoided the showers altogether. now over the next two days, we keep the same theme — so some sunshine on offer, but also a few scattered, heavy showers. we won't all be seeing them. still 1—2 showers lingering through this evening and overnight to the midlands, parts of eastern england and eastern scotland — but they will be fading away, so most places becoming dry by first thing tomorrow morning with overnight lows of io—iil. a little bit of mistiness here and there and a little more cloud working in for scotland and northern ireland from the northwest. england and wales seeing more sunshine than we had today. fewer showers, but there will be some cropping up through the afternoon — and if you do catch one, it can be quite heavy and slow—moving, perhaps some thunderstorms mixed in, too. most places around 17—23 celsius. into friday, another day of sunshine and showers, but the showers fairly few and far between, mostly towards the east.
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in the sunny spells, top temperatures around about 16—23 celsius. bye for now.
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this is bbc news, with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. england defeat denmark 2—1 in extra time at the euros, reaching their first final of a major tournament since 1966. cheering this was the moment fans throughout england saw harry kane score and book their place in sunday's final versus italy. more than 30,000 new covid cases today in the uk, but borisjohnson defends his controversial plan to remove restrictions in england. a "state of siege" has been declared in haiti, after the country's president was killed in his home. the islands borders are closed tonight as a manhunt is under way.

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