then in the final over took three consecutive wickets. but is england going through? net run rate ensures that, jason roy helped that. a cruel time to be injured. joe wilson, bbc news. we saw jason roy struggling there following that match. and england captain eoin morgan says he'll be a big miss if he's ruled out of the rest of the tournament. he is unbelievably important. he is a guy who epitomises everything that we are about in the changing room and the way that we play. you see how commanding he is in the top of the order in not only t20 cricket but 50 over cricket as well. obviously, two different partners in the two formats. but, yeah, he is as close as we get to surmising how the changing room should play. former england spin bowler
phil tufnell was commentating on the games for 5live.... and said england could use today's defeat to test their temperament in the latter stages — and learn from some of their mistakes. it was a little bit sloppy for me, england, especially in the field. gave away to, i think, half a dozen overthrows, there was a few missed fields and weren't quite on it with the ball as well and obviously missing some on the backend to blow those lovely 90 mile an hou short balls and back of the hand bouncers. just a little bit sloppy but it is good to get one of those out of the way in the group stages then they can regroup, come together, and perhaps there might be a little bit of finger waving and then they got away with. jason roy, look pretty bad. ifeel for him because he has had a couple of injury problems in the last world cup as well and missed out on a hamstring. it looked bad and we saw him at the end of the game on crutches. it was, you know, iced
and taped and strapped up. yeah, i think he's probably going to rule himself out in the next couple of games. when you are looking ahead to the semifinals looks like it is going to new zealand for england and pakistan and australia in the next two. would you say england are the favourites of that lot? semifinals, one—off games, who knows? something some of the right size and got themselves into it of the fallen sides got themselves into this position. england will be confident against new zealand but they are a very, sort of, you know... they're fighters, new zealand, and they will scrap and so england have to be on top of their game and australia, never rule out australia, but england and pakistan for me are on top in the four horses. yorkshire county cricket club have launched an investigation after another former player alleged he was subjected to repeated racial abuse at the club. there was also a peaceful gathering outside their headingley ground today by people angry at yorkshire's response to a report's findings of "bullying and racial harassment" towards azeem rafiq. onto football now and norwich
have sacked manager daniel farke in the last few minutes despite victory for the first time in the premier league this season. the canaries beat brentford 2—1. they scored twice in the opening half an hour, with goals from mathias normann and a penalty from teemu pukki. rico henry pulled one back for brentford — but daniel farke�*s side held on. norwich are still bottom of the table though and speaking before his dismissal, farke was confident his side had turned the corner. to have the first win under the belt is a big relief for the whole club and also for the players who are working on it was a pretty young group of players. there's always a bit of criticism and pressure after what, let's be honest, was appalled star of the first ten was a poor start of the first ten games and now the next part 20 games of pressure is lost and we need to win many, many points and feels good to be there with these points. manchester united boss ole gunnar solskjaer will be feeling the heat on this bonfire weekend = his side outclassed against top of the table rivals again
at old trafford today. they lost 2—0 in the lunchtime manchester derby against man city — with the pressure back on the united boss as the league heads into the international break. joe lynsky reports. for manchester united he is the coach with the connection, the manager who knows the club in the city but now ole gunnar solsjaer is under fire and this was a derby day after his darkerst day. last time at old trafford they lost five nil to liverpool. now manchester city were here and inside seven minutes were informed. now manchester city were here and inside seven minutes were in front. city had started this match with just three points more than united but their first—half felt in a different league. were it not for david it might�*ve been five again. on his own, united's keeper kept the minute. but soon even he was forced into a mistake. bernardo silva made the most of static defending and clumsy handling. he was the portuguese player making the difference.
at 2—0 this was no rout by the scoreline but for city just as comfortable and for united just as bleak. today was a massive test but we went at the standard that we know we can be and what we need to be against the top teams in europe. but. be and what we need to be against the top teams in europe.— the top teams in europe. but, you know, the top teams in europe. but, you know. come _ the top teams in europe. but, you know, come here _ the top teams in europe. but, you know, come here in _ the top teams in europe. but, you know, come here in old _ the top teams in europe. but, you know, come here in old trafford, | the top teams in europe. but, you i know, come here in old trafford, our rivals_ know, come here in old trafford, our rivals of— know, come here in old trafford, our rivals of the _ know, come here in old trafford, our rivals of the city and our neighbours and play the way we played — neighbours and play the way we played and it was really good. in played and it was really good. in manchester, the derby mean so much. for one coach, it may yet decide his future, but these were two teams from one city in very different places. joe lynsky, bbc news. city's win closes the gap on chelsea to three points. the leaders were left to rue a number of missed chances — as they were held at home to burnley. the game finished 1—1 at stamford bridge. matej vydra with burnley�*s equaliser 11 minutes from time — after kai havertz had given chelsea a first half lead. potential new manager eddie howe watched on as newcastle drew 1—1 with brighton. leandro trossard put brighton ahead with a penalty —
awarded after var intervened but newcastle grabbed a point thanks to isaac hayden. brighton ended the game with ten men — but newcastle couldn't find a winner. they stay 19th. brighton are 6th. in the days other premier league match crystal palace beat wolves 2—0. middlesbrough have parted company with neil warnock minutes after their 1—1 draw at west bromwich albion. the point leaves boro14th in the championship. warnock broke the record for the most english matches as a manager in mid—week. in the fa cup first round, the big shock of the day came at the stadium of light as sunderland lost 1—0 to league two strugglers mansfield. 2008 winners portsmouth avoided a shock exit. the league one side edged past harrow borough — who are 83 places below them in the league pyramid. it finished 1—0 — marcus harness with the goal. all of today's results can be found on the bbc sport website. in the scottish premiership, hearts go second —
at least for the time being — with a dominant 5—2 win over dundee united. motherwell won away at aberdeen. and it was goalless between stjohnstone and st mirren. celtic and leaders rangers both play tomorrow. and chelsea kept up the pressure on league leaders arsenal in the women�* super league. they beat aston villa 1—0, jessie fleming's close range strike proving the difference. and brighton climb the table after beating everton. let's have a quick look at some of the day's other sports news. novak djokovic will finish as the men's tour year end number one for a record seventh time. he made sure by beating poland's hubert hurkacz in three sets to reach the final of the paris masters, where he'll face daniil medvedev. the win means djokovic overhauled pete sampras' record. john higgins is into the final of the english open — after fighting back against ronnie o'sullivan. higgins trailed 4—2 and 5—3 before winning the match six frames to five. he'll play mark king or neil robertson in tomorrow's final. and sergio perez delighted the crowd at the aut dromo hermanos rodr guez as he clocked the quickest time in final practice ahead of qualifying for the mexico city grand prix. red bull team mate and championship leader max verstappen was second with lewis hamilton more than half
a second behind in third place. it's a busy weekend of rugby union in the autumn internationals. all four home nations are in action over the next two days. ireland got things under way with a comfortable win overjapan in dublin. veteran fly—halfjonny sexton starred for the irish in his 100th cap, scoring a try, four conversions and a penalty as ireland won 60 points to 5 in dublin. and things were just as comfortable at twickenham as england got their autumn off to the perfect start. they ran in 11 tries as they thrashed tonga by 69 points to 3, despite having to make a late change to their line—up before kick—off. austin halewood reports. a new start for a new look england with two years to go until the world cup eddiejones has decided this is the time to ring the changes. one of them out of his control as captain owen farrell had to withdraw after a positive covid—19 test but the new look line—up didn't take long to gel, burrowing over early on but
then england's tried and tested names came to the fore. firstjamie george and then who else butjonny may, the flying wing sweeping into the corner, england in total control, notjust with the ball in hand. courtney was captain for the day with a covering tackle as good as a try. and england kept piling on the point with marcus smith lighting up looking for the first time and probably not the last. scoring one and setting up anotherforjamie as england cruised to victory and an ideal start to the awesome but the biggest test yet to come. austin hayward, bbc news. in the day's other international, wales were narrowly beaten by world champions south africa in at the principality stadium in cardiff. it was a kicking contest between dan biggar and handre pollard for most of it but malcolm marx scored the only try of the game late on...
after a driving maul. 23—18 the final score. it isa it is a reminder of one of our top stories daniel farke select norwich after their winter day at brentford, with norwich still bottom of the table despite that. that's all from us. season. —— daniel thacker has left norwich. —— daniel farke. the weather results from today on the warmest place was in scotland with 15.3 celsius. scotland saw some heavy rain as well in fact with a 2k hours up to 6pm having 1a millimetres of rain and it did brighten up towards the end of the afternoon as much of scotland has been and there are further heavy showers around and winds are
strengthening initially tonight across the western isles in north—west scotland with strongest winds of low pressure moved east into orkney or north—east scotland for a time gusts of 60—70 mph, may be a bit more, exposed coasts and hills along with further ship heavy showers are outbreaks of rain so expect some travel disruption. into tomorrow's well, large waves, dangerous conditions and some case. one or two showers across southern and western areas, mild night to come, 6—11 c. it is windy but the winds are clear, strongest across northern and eastern parts of scotland. on through the morning as well and again tomorrow morning strom discussed transferring across orkney in northern and eastern parts of scotland. winds will slowly ease as the day goes on along with the outbreaks of rain here but it stays quite a breezy day across the uk. there will be the odd shower coming through in the west perhaps over quite quickly and a few sunny spells on the east. many places, though, away from that vein in northern
scotland. with a dry day temperatures are nudge down today, but still on the mild side of average. as we go into tomorrow night as the winds continue to ease further there are clear spells in eastern scotland and eastern side of england and it has the lowest temperatures cold enough a touch of frost going into tomorrow morning as we fell close to freezing, especially in the valerius. temperatures can hold up in the west with cloud here and assist with the arrival of the atlantic weather system and breeze picking up here as well. from these we are expecting another spell of rain to move through northern ireland and then on into northern and western scotland and then we could well see some rain arriving into cumbria as well as the day goes on for wales and across the western side of england and a lot of cloud around in a few sunny spells after a bright start facing sides in england especially into the south—east. the 1a degrees... then
his move south across the uk and probably not a huge amount of rain but i'm up wednesday where they could be some heavy bursts, the location of which is uncertain along this where the fun before it plays away later in the week. if you are keeping an eye on the temperatures they will notice we are going to stay mile throughout the week after actually start monday morning the chance of a touch of frost and east. the rest of the week is going to be frost free. more, as ever, available online. and through the app.
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