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tv   Sportsday  BBC News  October 17, 2021 6:30pm-6:46pm BST

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right, time now for a look at the weather with tomasz. well, damp and mild, i think that's the best way how to describe the weather for most of us today. but having said that, a little bit of sunshine certainly in the forecast through the afternoon across the south and the southwest. that could bump up temperatures to around 17 but for most of us, it is going to stay cloudy through the evening and through the night, little pieces of rain. and, in fact, we've got more wet weather heading our way for tomorrow. it's just approaching ireland in the early hours monday morning and of it, very, very mild, double temperatures for most of us first thing. and certainly by mid morning, we've got rain moving through the southwest and across many western areas of the uk,
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and most of that rain will end up, i think, in the north. but extremely mild tomorrow, 18, maybe 19 degrees and that is despite all of the cloud and rain. and take a look at the temperatures, they could get up to around 20 or 21 in the southeast on tuesday and then it turns cooler and a little bit more settled for friday. hello, this is bbc news. the headlines. the home secretary, priti patel, says she is looking at a "whole spectrum" of measures to better protect mps following the death of sir david amess. i think it's fair to say we all have to be incredibly self—aware, conscientious, as to how we conduct our business and put safety front and centre of this. issues on social media have been highlighted as part of the discussion around the safety of mps we take social media very, very seriously. you know, it inflames, it inspires and it drives others to do things that we, quite rightly,
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do not fit in with our values. a murder inquiry is underway in glasgow after a m year old boy was stabbed in the city. the duke and duchess of cambridge arrive at the new environmental award the earthshot prize, which prince william is awarding tonight the newcastle tottenham game has resumed, after it was stopped while a supporter in the stands received urgent medical attention coming up shortly it's countdown to cop — looking ahead to the un climate change conference in november. first though, it's sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday — i'm jane dougall. a warm geordie welcome for the new owners of newcastle united, but it's not gone to plan at st james�*s park against tottenham in a heavily delayed match.
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saracens batter bath in the home side's worst start to a premiership season for 20 years. and the cricket t20 world cup is underway. can scotland pull off a shock against bangladesh? welcome to the programme. it's been a highly unusual match at st james�*s park for many reasons. the new saudi—backed consortium were in the directors box for the first time since their takeover, but they could only watch as their side conceed three goals against tottenham. however, the match is still on—going because it was heavily delayed following an medical emergency with a fan. play was suspended towards the end
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of the first half to allow medics to rush into the crowd to treat a supporter who had collapsed. we can join our correspondent katie gornall who's outside st james�*s park now. katie — what do we know has happened? there are very worrying scenes inside the stadium when it happened. as you say, it was towards the end of the first half, there was a huge commotion that came up from the crowd and they're desperately trying to get the attention of the players, avail them because they know someone was having a medical emergency. they managed to get the attention of the players were about the line—up for a corner of the players alerted the medical staff and they rushed over to the area to make sure someone will bring a defibrillator into the crowd. play was suspended for some time on the fan received treatment in the plates are taken off the pitch and returned to play the
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remaining seven minutes of the half and the club also tweeted that the fan has been stabilised and taken to hospital we hope is now on the road to recovery, but that is the reason why this match is been delayed for around 2a minutes. find why this match is been delayed for around 24 minutes.— why this match is been delayed for around 24 minutes. and the big news was about the — around 24 minutes. and the big news was about the new _ around 24 minutes. and the big news was about the new owners watching l around 24 minutes. and the big news. was about the new owners watching on and it hasn't gone to the plan after and it hasn't gone to the plan after a decent start.— a decent start. very raucous atmosphere — a decent start. very raucous atmosphere at _ a decent start. very raucous atmosphere at the - a decent start. very raucous atmosphere at the park. - a decent start. very raucous| atmosphere at the park. the a decent start. very raucous - atmosphere at the park. the game started on this huge wave of emotion. there was a big roar when the new chairman was introduced and there were flags waving in an atmosphere that we haven't seen at the park for years and newcastle really seem to take advantage of
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that and they went in afterjust really seem to take advantage of that and they went in after just two minutes sparking some very wild celebrations with amanda and some of the other new owners but there are problems for newcastle very soon resurfaced. they have the worst offence in the premier league and you can see why tottenham hit back with a brilliant goal before making it after the resumption of play and it after the resumption of play and it always felt then like it was going to be a very long way back for what is steve bruce's 1,000 game in management what is steve bruce's1,000 game in management and if the owners were quite aware of the scale of them not just to rebuild newcastle but also keep them in the premier league and the short term, but they're certainly aware of it now. more bad news for newcastle _ certainly aware of it now. more bad news for newcastle fans _ certainly aware of it now. more bad news for newcastle fans because i news for newcastle fans because they've discounted ten men and just sent off but, the fans have had mixed opinions of their new owners
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because there's been some controversy mixed opinions of their new owners because there's been some over the saudi—backed consortium regarding human rights issues, what have fans been saying? generally before take—off, as a generally before take—off, as a general atmosphere of celebration and the fence that i spoke to said this was as much about celebrating the end of the mike ashley era more so than the new people coming in. they acknowledge the human rights issues and they said it is not down to them, it's not done to them to be the moral arbitrators of all of this and that's all down to the powers that be. but there is tension within the supported space and there are those who feel that the saudi arabian connection has really affected their relationship with the club and it is a controversial issue and we are reminded of that van of a banner featuring and we are reminded of that van of a bannerfeaturing a and we are reminded of that van of a banner featuring a picture of the murdered saudi arabian journalist
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was driven around before kick—off. but this underlies the controversy around this whole ordeal and it will continue to be scrutinised. fans acknowledge that this is not going to go away. 3- 3— one to tottenham over newcastle. in the day's other game, everton missed the chance to move into the top four after losing 1—0 at home to west ham. it was a hard fought game of few chances and could have gone either way as nick parrott reports. raphael got the better of david and many merseyside derbies. trying to better the scott's successful spell against everton. they were being at home and on the verge of the top four. but to be successful, you have to take your chances and everton could not. wes tam were the first to register a shot on target and get
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the ball in the net, but it did not count. everton missing four and it was at the back that they came unstuck. jordan pickford was upset that this was a corner despite his touch being the last. his marriage of thought it should've been a free kick. it of thought it should've been a free kick. , ,., ., , kick. it is something that is difficult to _ kick. it is something that is difficult to understand - kick. it is something that is difficult to understand in i kick. it is something that is - difficult to understand in england because that is literally way of the decision box to make sure that the keepers were protected. it decision box to make sure that the keepers were protected.— decision box to make sure that the keepers were protected. it was the keepers were protected. it was the key moment _ keepers were protected. it was the key moment of— keepers were protected. it was the key moment of the _ keepers were protected. it was the key moment of the game - keepers were protected. it was the key moment of the game secondsl keepers were protected. it was the - key moment of the game seconds later and angelo stroke and this time it counted. we and angelo stroke and this time it counted. ~ , , u, , counted. we deserved it because the wa we counted. we deserved it because the way we played- _ counted. we deserved it because the way we played- i _ counted. we deserved it because the way we played. i think _ counted. we deserved it because the way we played. i think we _ counted. we deserved it because the way we played. i think we had - counted. we deserved it because the way we played. i think we had a lot l way we played. i think we had a lot of the _ way we played. i think we had a lot of the hall— way we played. i think we had a lot of the ball and at the final third, we could've done a bit cleaner, to be we could've done a bit cleaner, to he more _ we could've done a bit cleaner, to be more precise at times, maybe we could _ be more precise at times, maybe we could have _ be more precise at times, maybe we could have been in front earlier. for west — could have been in front earlier. for west end, could have been in front earlier. forwest end, it could have been in front earlier. for west end, it is the europa league on thursday, something that the moment, benitez can only dream of. the cricket t20 world cup began today with scotland in action — they didn't do well with the bat
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against bangladesh, setting bangladesh a target of 141 runs. meanwhile, the co—hosts 0man got off to a great start with a convincing victory over papua new guinea. our sports news correspondent joe wilson reports. this is a world cup and yes, this is all mine. the cricket grounds being there for about a decade, the mountains rather longer. the tournament was moved into the arabian peninsula with more covid—19 secure than india, they began it like that. the host of the matches in the tournament, they qualified the chance of a million in the restricted new guinea towards hundred 29 and then knocked off the runs. there are eight teams into groups, half of them will go to the main tournament on mahn one this treatment with ease, sealed it with
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the sixth and did not lose a wicket. and so, to the evening into scotland, a real challenge. playing bangladesh the team when the work of troubles made, on the rise. scottish captain carl kirk had gone for none. and here it comes. the brief bangladesh party. but they played the best ever endings, only making its debut a couple weeks ago. it is vital 45 cups scott went to 140 and a sense that anything could happen. what if scotland could then hold back the bangladesh batting by taking catches, but after ten overs, bangladesh and only scored 59. now here's a moment where they came onto ball, drying crate of modern cricket in two to the fielder. well scotland, it is up for grabs now. joe wilson, bbc news.
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so bangladesh are creeping towards their taget of 141 runs. they're currently 104 for 4. it was a difficult day for bath who were hammered they could get that shock defeat over bangladesh and will keep you up—to—date with that score. it was a difficult day for bath who were hammered by saracens 71—17 at the rec. it's their fourth straight defeat and their worst start to a premiership season for 20 years. in contrast, saracens were superb, running in ten tries as jim lumsden reports. saracens since already won two out of three on the return from the fourth season in the championship, but england start was back from the duty and it took them just five minutes to make his presence felt. england coach eddiejones names his squad for the autumn internationals
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tomorrow and the mac slipped on his chances no harm. jimmy george is keen to impress and he added his sites third try in two more followed and others being dismantled. after the break, they got one back only for him to score number seven for surrey. and claiming his hat trick with two more trays to each side by the contest was long gone. a rapid saracens won by 71 points to 17 for bath, it saracens won by 71 points to 17 for bath,itis saracens won by 71 points to 17 for bath, it is now four defeats on the trot and with this dumping, the worst at home in the premiership yet. the jacksonville jaguars beat the miami dolphins in the last of the nfl games at the tottenham hotspur stadium. and the jags mascot certainly knows how to make an entrance. he bungee jumped from the top of the stadium before the game. it was all tied at 20 points a piece and boiled down to this last second
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field goal kick from matthew wright. his 53 yard attempt sailed between the posts and the jaguars won 23—20. the women's draw at indian wells has thrown up a few surprises, with both finalists unseeded in the tournament. the veteran victoria azarenka will take on the spaniard paula badosa and then, later on, cameron norrie will play the most important match of his career. the brit is through to the final of indian wells where he'll face nikiloz basil—ash—vili. his run of form has been so impressive of late that he's due to become the new british men's number one, it's after he beat grigor dimitrov in straight sets. ben croucher reports. for a fora man for a man who has taken the long road to the top table, all of a sudden, he is in a hurry. cameron. from johannesburg _ sudden, he is in a hurry. cameron. from johannesburg in _ sudden, he is in a hurry. cameron. from johannesburg in age - sudden, he is in a hurry. cameron. from johannesburg in age 26, -
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sudden, he is in a hurry. cameron. l from johannesburg in age 26, norrie is accelerating towards his potential. the masters is one of the most prestigious tournaments outside that norrie is pulling me at this level. he turned his opponent into just a spectator. 32 minutes. the second took a bit longer. but what has that ever bothered norrie, w can fire for hand so freely that he can swing serves so sweetly. norrie is into the final. hopefully we can do _ norrie is into the final. hopefully we can do more _ norrie is into the final. hopefully we can do more of— norrie is into the final. hopefully we can do more of the _ norrie is into the final. hopefully we can do more of the same - norrie is into the final. hopefully we can do more of the same and| norrie is into the final. hopefully . we can do more of the same and it's a lot of— we can do more of the same and it's a lot of work— we can do more of the same and it's a lot of work to _ we can do more of the same and it's a lot of work to be _ we can do more of the same and it's a lot of work to be done _ we can do more of the same and it's a lot of work to be done and - we can do more of the same and it's a lot of work to be done and looking| a lot of work to be done and looking forward _ a lot of work to be done and looking forward to— a lot of work to be done and looking forward to the — a lot of work to be done and looking forward to the occasion. _ a lot of work to be done and looking forward to the occasion.— forward to the occasion. following the success _ forward to the occasion. following the success of _ forward to the occasion. following the success of the _ forward to the occasion. following the success of the us _ forward to the occasion. following the success of the us open - forward to the occasion. following the success of the us open last i the success of the us open last month, it is turning into quite the indian summerfor month, it is turning into quite the indian summer for british tennis. better late than never. you can listen to that match live on bbc 5live. that's all from sportsday.

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