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�* showers picture. we have some heavy showers over the welsh marchers, the western side of scotland. so another few hours of quite intense rain for some before gradually they ease through the night. and we will see that replaced by some misty low cloud from the north sea. not a cold night with cloud and showers. 12, 1a degrees. we could have some fog in the morning but that will be gone in no time at all. some showers around tomorrow but generally the picture is low pressure that has brought this unsettled weather is moving out of the way. we will have some showers but most places will stay dry. and will feel warmer. by wednesday that low—pressure still close by. some weather fronts
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brushing into the north and west but by and large an even warmer with more sunshine as well. that trend of returning summer sunshine look set to continue to the end of the week. high pressure is pushing the low pressure out of the way. keeping the weather front further north at bay as well. and giving us that persistent dry weather. temperatures are rising, sunshine getting more abundant. and the showers after the showers after this evening less numerous. and that is all from the bbc news at six. goodbye. hello, and welcome to sportsday. i'm jane dougall. tears as england's lions miss out on a once—in—a—lifetime chance.
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their manager says regroup and reset after that devastating loss on penalties in the euro 2020 final. it's not ultimately we wanted to get to come and when you are so close, it's even more painful of course. it feels like your stomach has been ripped out this morning. arrests of england fans add to the disappointing night after people without tickets push their way into the stadium, then throw bottles and cause fights outside wembley. and the disgraceful behaviour is compounded by racism towards those who missed their penalties. the fa, the prime minister and prince william have all condemned abusive messages sent on social media. also coming up in the programme — in stark contrast, the italy team have returned to rome holding the trophy aloft, triumphant after winning the tournament for the first time since 1968.
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and there was another tournament on at the weekend! we look at novak djokovic�*s incredible success after winning wimbledon and ask what's next for the 20—time grand slam champion. welcome to the programme. how have you been feeling? well, england manager gareth southgate said he felt like his stomach had been ripped out. the euros started with so much hope and positivity for england — unbeaten in the group, then who could forget the euphoria of winning against germany, and then eventually making it to the final of a major tournament. but, last night, euro 2020 ended with disappointment as england went out on penalties again. italy were the victors in the final
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of the european championship after extra time and spot kicks, with england missing three. it led to racism directed at some of the players so it has been an emotionaljourney for some fans the players so it has been an emotional journey for some fans and the squad with a somewhat ugly ending off the pitch. joe lynskey looks back over england's tournament. at the end, it came down to one kick. it at the end, it came down to one kick. , ., , ., , kick. it is saved and it is italy who are the _ kick. it is saved and it is italy who are the champions - kick. it is saved and it is italy who are the champions of. kick. it is saved and it is italy - who are the champions of europe! for the 19—year—old, it was cruel but the 19—year—old, it was cruel but the summer has been more than a shoot out. reaching a final may not be a climax butjust a start. i think we have overcome a lot of hurdles— think we have overcome a lot of hurdles that we have never been able to in the _ hurdles that we have never been able to in the past. we know that a lot of players — to in the past. we know that a lot of players that are still very inexperienced in terms of international football and have delivered on incredibly high level
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and we _ delivered on incredibly high level and we have taken italy, who are a top, and we have taken italy, who are a tor), tor) _ and we have taken italy, who are a top, top team and unbeaten in 30, right— top, top team and unbeaten in 30, right the _ top, top team and unbeaten in 30, right the wire. top, top team and unbeaten in 30, right the wire-— right the wire. england played six of their seven _ right the wire. england played six of their seven games _ right the wire. england played six of their seven games at _ right the wire. england played six| of their seven games at wembley. right the wire. england played six i of their seven games at wembley. it started with croatia, who three years ago be england at a world cup. this was different. as england's promising start was stalled by the neighbours, 80—0 draw with scotland brought frustration and disruption. two england players had to isolate. but a 100 zero win over the czech republic meant they finished top of group d in the country poured over the permutations. in the last 16, it would be germany at wembley, a team and he would have never beaten in the knockouts. but here at their tournament would roar into life. shaw, a cross for raheem sterling! there were moments where it could have changed. thomas muller's haunting miss are the kind england are more used to but this time they were clinical. jack
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are more used to but this time they were clinical-— were clinical. jack grealish and! the captain! — were clinical. jack grealish and! the captain! with _ were clinical. jack grealish and! the captain! with this - were clinical. jack grealish and! the captain! with this historic. were clinical. jack grealish and! i the captain! with this historic win, the knew the captain! with this historic win, they knew they _ the captain! with this historic win, they knew they had _ the captain! with this historic win, they knew they had a _ the captain! with this historic win, they knew they had a pathway - the captain! with this historic win, they knew they had a pathway to l the captain! with this historic win, they knew they had a pathway to a j they knew they had a pathway to a kind of knockoutjoy. they went away to rome and dispatched to ukraine 4-0, to rome and dispatched to ukraine 4—0, their best ever knockout win. so for consecutive tournaments it was a semifinal. denmark had got here on a wave of emotion but an extra time, raheem sterling's trickery once again was the platform. and here was harry kane. saves! harry kane they are to follow in! ., ., ., , ., , ., in! england had waited 55 years for a final but they _ in! england had waited 55 years for a final but they never _ in! england had waited 55 years for a final but they never stopped - a final but they never stopped dreaming. this last forte win at wembley was pure joy. dreaming. this last forte win at wembley was purejoy. the dreaming. this last forte win at wembley was pure joy. the still the players said there was work to do. could they play the occasion against italy, who had not lost for three years. england's start was breathtaking.— years. england's start was breathtaking. years. england's start was breathtakina. ,, ., ., . breathtaking. trippi ate what cross and it is luke _ breathtaking. trippi ate what cross
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and it is luke shaw! _ breathtaking. trippi ate what cross and it is luke shaw! but _ breathtaking. trippi ate what cross and it is luke shaw! but italy - breathtaking. trippi ate what cross and it is luke shaw! but italy art . and it is luke shaw! but italy art resilient. there _ and it is luke shaw! but italy art resilient. there while _ and it is luke shaw! but italy art resilient. there while the - and it is luke shaw! but italy art i resilient. there while the defender pulled them back in the game. it was a long night many predicted but with a long night many predicted but with a crushing end. in time, england will look back with pride. they can look with hope.— will look back with pride. they can look with hope. when you look at the whole picture. _ look with hope. when you look at the whole picture, they _ look with hope. when you look at the whole picture, they should _ look with hope. when you look at the whole picture, they should feel- look with hope. when you look at the whole picture, they should feel very l whole picture, they should feel very proud _ whole picture, they should feel very proud of— whole picture, they should feel very proud of what — whole picture, they should feel very proud of what they _ whole picture, they should feel very proud of what they have _ whole picture, they should feel very proud of what they have given - whole picture, they should feel very proud of what they have given us i proud of what they have given us because — proud of what they have given us because we — proud of what they have given us because we have _ proud of what they have given us because we have given— proud of what they have given us because we have given us- proud of what they have given us because we have given us hope, | proud of what they have given us i because we have given us hope, they have given _ because we have given us hope, they have given us — because we have given us hope, they have given us miles— because we have given us hope, they have given us miles on— because we have given us hope, they have given us miles on our— because we have given us hope, they have given us miles on our faces i because we have given us hope, they have given us miles on our faces and | have given us miles on our faces and pulled _ have given us miles on our faces and pulled a _ have given us miles on our faces and pulled a lot— have given us miles on our faces and pulled a lot of— have given us miles on our faces and pulled a lot of people _ have given us miles on our faces and pulled a lot of people back— have given us miles on our faces and pulled a lot of people back togetherl pulled a lot of people back together over the _ pulled a lot of people back together over the past— pulled a lot of people back together over the past month. _ pulled a lot of people back together over the past month. and _ pulled a lot of people back together over the past month. and they- pulled a lot of people back together . over the past month. and they should feel very. _ over the past month. and they should feel very. very— over the past month. and they should feel very, very proud _ over the past month. and they should feel very, very proud of— over the past month. and they should feel very, very proud of that. - over the past month. and they should feel very, very proud of that. the- feel very, very proud of that. the next target _ feel very, very proud of that. the next target is _ feel very, very proud of that. the next target is 16 _ feel very, very proud of that. next target is 16 months away. feel very, very proud of that- next target is 16 months away. the world cup starts in november 2022, when england will hope these euros were a step in the road and they are strongerfor were a step in the road and they are stronger for the were a step in the road and they are strongerfor the memories. 70 positives to take from england's performances. we'll come to the horrible
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scenes outside the stadium and the racism issues in a moment, but first let's concentrate on tactics on the pitch. well, we can joinjohn watson, who's outside wembley for us. throughout the tournament, southgate has been praised, but has that changed after last night? yes, good evening, jane. he was a very revealing press conference that gareth southgate gave this morning, and just hearing from him there can be content a sickening blow is for him personally that defeat last night. asking for some time and he will need some time to reflect on some of those decisions that he took last night. he said that his team to play well in patches, but not long enough and significantly in the second half he said himself this morning that his team lost control of that match. many paid tribute to the brilliant italian defence. bonnucci of course came up trumps with that and he of course converted his penalty as well. he pointed to
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the fact that italy in gareth southgate's words are that much further along in their process. now southgate of course will hope that the same will apply for his team now heading into the next world cup, saying that pointing to the likes of france he reached the final of the previous european commission before going on to win the world cup. he will of course perhaps route some of those decisions and it significantly those decisions and it significantly those around those penalty takers. was it too much to ask saka at 19 years old in the final of a major tournament to take that decisive penalty was met was it too much for the likes of marcus rashford to come on as did jane sanchez would not play a part in that game late on the second period to then step up and take decisive spot kicks? should more of those experienced players who had played throughout that match commission they have taken those penalty kicks? speaking today, he said it is something they had discussed and it was his decision alone and he stands by the decision.
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we went and loose together. nobody is left _ we went and loose together. nobody is left out _ we went and loose together. nobody is left out on their own and the cnlls— is left out on their own and the calls for— is left out on their own and the calls for the penalties were my decision, — calls for the penalties were my decision, my decision to ask the players — decision, my decision to ask the players to— decision, my decision to ask the players to take the penalties that they did — players to take the penalties that they did. and so, you know, they have _ they did. and so, you know, they have got— they did. and so, you know, they have got to — they did. and so, you know, they have got to walk away from here has held high _ have got to walk away from here has held high. they have done more than any other— held high. they have done more than any other team held high. they have done more than any otherteam in held high. they have done more than any other team in the last 50 or so years. _ any other team in the last 50 or so years. so— any other team in the last 50 or so years. so in— any other team in the last 50 or so years, so in terms of the players, they— years, so in terms of the players, they should — years, so in terms of the players, they should be incredibly proud of what they— they should be incredibly proud of what they have done. this was the most important international match of these players�* careers. how are they coping with the disappointment of coming so close and losing at the bitter end? yes, i think probably in a similar way to gareth southgate, we heard earlier him and say he felt his stomach and being ripped out and thatis stomach and being ripped out and that is a view echoed by many of those players, not least captain harry kane, who said on social media last night hurts and it will hurt for a long time. but we have come so
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far and broken down so many barriers that this is not the end. we went together, loose together in echoing the words of gareth southgate and will regroup together for the world cup. he says thanks for all your support this summer. harry maguire of course who executed his penalty superbly, he says win together, loose together and the united defender saying we will be back. kieran trippier a started last night and i am so proud of this team with and i am so proud of this team with a young talented group of players we get everything we had to the fans and i'm sorry it was not enough also to support we have received is something we will never forget. we will be back stronger, thank you. and i think that is something this england team will feel having it over so many hurdles and barriers in a tournament that there is genuine belief that they are ready now to challenge for the biggest honours on the biggest stage. many fans have been arrested after disturbing pictures emerged of people pushing their way into the stadium without tickets and then fighting and throwing objects outside the ground. what has the response to this
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terrible behaviour been? it was here on wembley weight this time last night where thousands of fans had gathered with the excitement and anticipation and a febrile atmosphere and it certainly boiled over at times with some ticketless fans able to force their way through the security and through the barriers and gain access to wembley stadium. the police confirming that later they managed to do so in it serious questions will be asked over how they were able to breach the security and get past the stewards so easily as they could. 0n face for the person saying the behaviour though of those who illegally force their way into the stadium was unsuitable most of this it was dangerous and show total disregard for the safety and security protocols in place. no steward or security staff to be subjected to this type of behaviour and we thank them for their support on the night. as i say, serious questions and major final here at wembley stadium, the european
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commission final, how was he security able to be breached so easily by some of those fans who did not have tickets with matt that is a question that our sports editor put to the fa chief executive today. we had a large crowd gathering on wimhley— we had a large crowd gathering on wimhley way— we had a large crowd gathering on wimhley way and _ we had a large crowd gathering on wimbley way and there _ we had a large crowd gathering on wimbley way and there were i we had a large crowd gathering on wimbley way and there were a i we had a large crowd gathering on wimbley way and there were a lot| we had a large crowd gathering on. wimbley way and there were a lot of public _ wimbley way and there were a lot of public order— wimbley way and there were a lot of public order issues _ wimbley way and there were a lot of public order issues there _ wimbley way and there were a lot of public order issues there and - wimbley way and there were a lot of public order issues there and kill- public order issues there and kill some _ public order issues there and kill some were — public order issues there and kill some were drunk— public order issues there and kill some were drunk and _ public order issues there and kill some were drunk and try- public order issues there and kill some were drunk and try to i public order issues there and kill| some were drunk and try to force her way into— some were drunk and try to force her way into the — some were drunk and try to force her way into the stadium _ some were drunk and try to force her way into the stadium and _ some were drunk and try to force her way into the stadium and some i some were drunk and try to force her way into the stadium and some were| way into the stadium and some were successful _ way into the stadium and some were successful i— way into the stadium and some were successful l have _ way into the stadium and some were successful. i have apologised - way into the stadium and some were successful. i have apologised any. successful. i have apologised any fans who — successful. i have apologised any fans who are _ successful. i have apologised any fans who are offended _ successful. i have apologised any fans who are offended by- successful. i have apologised any fans who are offended by that i successful. i have apologised any. fans who are offended by that from our point _ fans who are offended by that from our point of— fans who are offended by that from our point of view _ fans who are offended by that from our point of view as _ fans who are offended by that from our point of view as well, _ fans who are offended by that from our point of view as well, any- fans who are offended by that from our point of view as well, any of. our point of view as well, any of our point of view as well, any of our stewards _ our point of view as well, any of our stewards with _ our point of view as well, any of our stewards with the _ our point of view as well, any of our stewards with the deal i our point of view as well, any of our stewards with the deal was i our point of view as well, any of- our stewards with the deal was that. it is our stewards with the deal was that. it is not _ our stewards with the deal was that. it is not to— our stewards with the deal was that. it is not to what— our stewards with the deal was that. it is not to what was _ our stewards with the deal was that. it is not to what was happening i our stewards with the deal was that. it is not to what was happening on . it is not to what was happening on wimbley— it is not to what was happening on wimbley way— it is not to what was happening on wimbley way and _ it is not to what was happening on wimbley way and we _ it is not to what was happening on wimbley way and we will - it is not to what was happening on wimbley way and we will look i it is not to what was happening on wimbley way and we will look into it. iii; wimbley way and we will look into it. . ., , , wimbley way and we will look into it. a massive occasion for wembley and the fa. — it. a massive occasion for wembley and the fa, how _ it. a massive occasion for wembley and the fa, how could _ it. a massive occasion for wembley and the fa, how could this - it. a massive occasion for wembley and the fa, how could this have i and the fa, how could this have happened?— and the fa, how could this have happened? and the fa, how could this have hauened? ~ ., , , ., ., happened? with a step back and have a look at what — happened? with a step back and have a look at what actually _ happened? with a step back and have a look at what actually happened i happened? with a step back and have a look at what actually happened and | a look at what actually happened and we will _ a look at what actually happened and we will investigate _ a look at what actually happened and we will investigate fully— a look at what actually happened and we will investigate fully with - a look at what actually happened and we will investigate fully with no i we will investigate fully with no evidence — we will investigate fully with no evidence in _ we will investigate fully with no evidence in advance _ we will investigate fully with no evidence in advance with - we will investigate fully with no evidence in advance with is i evidence in advance with is happening _ evidence in advance with is happening in— evidence in advance with is happening in this _ evidence in advance with is happening in this way- evidence in advance with is happening in this way but i evidence in advance with is i happening in this way but clearly crowds _ happening in this way but clearly crowds began _ happening in this way but clearly crowds began gathering - happening in this way but clearly crowds began gathering on i happening in this way but clearly- crowds began gathering on wembley away and _ crowds began gathering on wembley away and there — crowds began gathering on wembley away and there were _ crowds began gathering on wembley away and there were lots _ crowds began gathering on wembley away and there were lots of - crowds began gathering on wembley away and there were lots of public i away and there were lots of public order_
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away and there were lots of public order events — away and there were lots of public order events there _ away and there were lots of public order events there that _ away and there were lots of public order events there that spilt - away and there were lots of public order events there that spilt overi order events there that spilt over into trying — order events there that spilt over into trying to _ order events there that spilt over into trying to force _ order events there that spilt over into trying to force her— order events there that spilt over into trying to force her way- order events there that spilt over into trying to force her way into l into trying to force her way into the stadium _ into trying to force her way into the stadium. buil— into trying to force her way into the stadium.— the stadium. but lessons to be learned, the stadium. but lessons to be learned. it _ the stadium. but lessons to be learned, it appears? _ the stadium. but lessons to be learned, it appears? we - the stadium. but lessons to be learned, it appears? we had i the stadium. but lessons to be | learned, it appears? we had to the stadium. but lessons to be - learned, it appears? we had to step back and look— learned, it appears? we had to step back and look at _ learned, it appears? we had to step back and look at what _ learned, it appears? we had to step back and look at what happened - learned, it appears? we had to step back and look at what happened to i back and look at what happened to make _ back and look at what happened to make sure — back and look at what happened to make sure it— back and look at what happened to make sure it never— back and look at what happened to make sure it never happens- back and look at what happened to make sure it never happens againi back and look at what happened to i make sure it never happens again and the police _ make sure it never happens again and the police and — make sure it never happens again and the police and the _ make sure it never happens again and the police and the authorities - make sure it never happens again and the police and the authorities as - the police and the authorities as wett _ police confirming 50 arrests were made yesterday and those found breach of security for gaining access without tickets will face further punishment but you have to say the terrible scenes of core social media after the game as well him of those racist messages aimed at those three penalty takers who miss those penalties for england last night, and has left a very unsavoury sense after what has been a very impressive tournament for england. that real sour note yesterday. but i think gareth southgate and england won't want that to be the overall feeling after this tournament after england at long last managed to get through to a majorfinal and wejust long last managed to get through to a major final and we just wait to see whether or not they can at long
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last make thatjump and win that big pieces of wear on the biggest stage as we head towards qatar and the world cup next year. john as we head towards qatar and the world cup next year.— as we head towards qatar and the world cup next year. john watson at wimble , world cup next year. john watson at wimbley. thank— world cup next year. john watson at wimbley, thank you. _ well, john mentioned the racist abuse that some of the players have been subjected to. in particular, the penalty—takers marcus rashford, jadon sancho and bukayo saka have been singled out. the racist messages have been condemed by the prime minister and the fa, while prince william said he was sicked by them. our reporter nesta mcgregor has more. bukayo sa ka, bukayo saka, aged 19, i2 bukayo saka, aged 19, 12 yards out, millions watching. if there was a feeling of inevitability about england losing another penalty shoot—out, the same could be said for what followed. for shoot-out, the same could be said for what followed.— shoot-out, the same could be said for what followed. for some of them to be abused — for what followed. for some of them to be abused is _ for what followed. for some of them to be abused is unforgivable, - to be abused is unforgivable, really. we have got to make sure that we are there and aligned with
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our clubs and making sure that we

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