Skip to main content

tv   Sportsday  BBC News  November 7, 2021 6:30pm-6:46pm GMT

6:30 pm
just get eased away towards the eastern sides of the british isles. under it, clear skies could lead to a touch of frost if you are very prone. but a bright start and a dry one to monday. out west, different story. thickening cloud, eventually the rain through northern ireland pushes up into the north and west of scotland. eventually into the cumbrian fells, and maybe as far south as the north of wales. generally speaking, through the afternoon, the further south and east you are, the more likely it is you're going to stay dry. the high on the day is around about 12 or 13 degrees. hello this is bbc news. the headlines... the family of an unvaccinated mother, who died from covid before she could meet her newborn daughter, urge all mums—to—be to get the vaccine. saiqa parveen was eight months pregnant when she caught the virus — the mother of five died 5 weeks later. for the sake of god and your loved
6:31 pm
ones, please get vaccinated. if she had the vaccine, she might live and she might have had a chance of surviving. labour accuses borisjohnson of "corrupt and contemptible behaviour", after he tried to change the rules governing mps conduct — just as one conservative mp had been found to have breached them. the prime minister is trashing the reputation of our democracy and our country, and so this is far from a one—off. police in texas have opened a criminal investigation into a crush at a music festival in houston in which eight people died. officers are also investigating unconfirmed reports of audience members being injected with drugs. the uk government calls for more "ambitious commitments and bold compromises", as the un climate negotiations in glasgow enter their final week. now on bbc news it's
6:32 pm
time for sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday. i'm gavin. a victory for fans. scotland held on to record a special win over australia at murray field. a record—breaking england runaway lane against the world champions, new zealand. and to ' lane against the world champions, new zealand. and to �*from trends, but as alexander's arnold goal and a half against west ham. hello there. welcome to the programme. it really was a match to be member at a packed out murray field this afternoon. scotland
6:33 pm
looking to build on last week's when facing an australian side going for their sixth victory in a row. joe linsky reports. murray field is at its most intense again. every seat fall, and helping scotland keep beating the best in the world. that confidence australia had won their last five in a row, but soon, edinboro novemberfelt a long way from home. hamish watson barged in the first try when i stray over last year, they let in 50 points, but this year's wallabies are being charged. key to that resurgence is a new coaching team. three of them left scotland set up to join the ozzie and they want to forget. this game was in the balance when the ball came to a debutante. you and ashman had come in on the front row of the scrum. here he was, ball on the ground and feet in the air, the finish like a winger. took one more
6:34 pm
cake to seal a famous man to man but the noise back at home, scotland have shown they belong in world rugby's top—tier. england's women sealed back—to—back victories over new zealand in emphatic style. even better today running in seven tries and taking their place as the best side in the world. joe carey was a northampton brass. cell. best side in the world. joe carey was a northampton brass. cell, for the bike dug _ was a northampton brass. cell, for the bike dug neck _ was a northampton brass. cell, for the bike dug neck second - was a northampton brass. cell, for the bike dug neck second weekend| was a northampton brass. cell, for. the bike dug neck second weekend in a row, inc. and have demolished the world champions, mo hunt, england's scrum half what the reaction this week, but the reaction from new zealand never really came, did it? now, he really didn't. i was as shocked — now, he really didn't. i was as shocked as _ now, he really didn't. i was as shocked as anyone else about it. i really _ shocked as anyone else about it. i really thought that all the week they would have had, they would been prepping _ they would have had, they would been prepping and talking about the passion. — prepping and talking about the passion, the pride that they have
6:35 pm
-ot passion, the pride that they have got in _ passion, the pride that they have got in their— passion, the pride that they have got in their blackjersey, and england _ got in their blackjersey, and england are just dominant in every facet _ england are just dominant in every facet of— england are just dominant in every facet of the game right now. it's amazing — facet of the game right now. it's amazing to see from an english supporier— amazing to see from an english supporter and english man point of view, _ supporter and english man point of view, but _ supporter and english man point of view, but actually commit for the rest of— view, but actually commit for the rest of the — view, but actually commit for the rest of the welding rugby, we need to catch _ rest of the welding rugby, we need to catch up — rest of the welding rugby, we need to catch up now. we rest of the welding rugby, we need to catch up nova— rest of the welding rugby, we need to catch up now. we need that new zealand hadn't _ to catch up now. we need that new zealand hadn't played _ to catch up now. we need that new zealand hadn't played international| zealand hadn't played international rugby for two years because of the pandemic, how much has not improved in that time? i pandemic, how much has not improved in that time?— in that time? i think the test for me will be _ in that time? i think the test for me will be next _ in that time? i think the test for me will be next weekend. - in that time? i think the test for me will be next weekend. new. in that time? i think the test for - me will be next weekend. new zealand --oin me will be next weekend. new zealand going to _ me will be next weekend. new zealand going to play france, and how they fare against that french outfit, that will— fare against that french outfit, that will be the test for me, because _ that will be the test for me, because england and france historically have had really tight battles — historically have had really tight battles in the past few years. so if they can _ battles in the past few years. so if they can demolish this new ceiling team _ they can demolish this new ceiling team as _ they can demolish this new ceiling team as well, then that would be the tell. an _ team as well, then that would be the tell. �* ., , ., team as well, then that would be the tell. �* . , . . team as well, then that would be the tell. ~ . , ., ., ., tell. an easier and have had the upper hand _ tell. an easier and have had the upper hand over _ tell. an easier and have had the upper hand over england - tell. an easier and have had the upper hand over england over i tell. an easier and have had the i upper hand over england over the last couple of years. england are now sitting at the top of the rankings. it now sitting at the top of the rankings— now sitting at the top of the rankinas. ., , ., , ~ rankings. it really does feel like that, but let's _ rankings. it really does feel like that, but let's not _ rankings. it really does feel like that, but let's not get _ rankings. it really does feel like that, but let's not get carried i that, but let's not get carried away~ — that, but let's not get carried away~ this _ that, but let's not get carried away. this new zealand team, as he sat, coming — away. this new zealand team, as he sat, coming into these games had not played _ sat, coming into these games had not played rugby in 806 days. air quality— played rugby in 806 days. air quality across the board. they are brilliant _ quality across the board. they are brilliant players but a great set up out there —
6:36 pm
brilliant players but a great set up out there. so they are going to come back firing, _ out there. so they are going to come back firing, and yes, this is going to hurt. _ back firing, and yes, this is going to hurt. but— back firing, and yes, this is going to hurt, but potentially exactly what _ to hurt, but potentially exactly what they need when you're out from the world _ what they need when you're out from the world cup. ussr what they need when you're out from the world cop-— the world cup. usa not to get too excited, the world cup. usa not to get too excited. but _ the world cup. usa not to get too excited. but a _ the world cup. usa not to get too excited, but a yard _ the world cup. usa not to get too excited, but a yard from - the world cup. usa not to get too excited, but a yard from the - excited, but a yard from the world cup, there has got to be some confidence taken from these lands. 100%. the confidence taken from these lands. ioo%. the girls were absolutely brilliant, — ioo%. the girls were absolutely brilliant, but notjust that, look at the _ brilliant, but notjust that, look at the crowd. everybody is loving the steam — at the crowd. everybody is loving the steam at the moment, and everyone — the steam at the moment, and everyone is really getting behind it. everyone is really getting behind it and _ everyone is really getting behind it. and that's what we love to see as sports— it. and that's what we love to see as sports fans, women's sports fans, it's brilliant — as sports fans, women's sports fans, it's brilliant-— it's brilliant. next step, england host canada _ it's brilliant. next step, england host canada next _ it's brilliant. next step, england host canada next sunday - it's brilliant. next step, england host canada next sunday when i it's brilliant. next step, england i host canada next sunday when fans are hoping for some of the same. what performance from england today. english coach was understandably pleased and said that the site can still get even better.— still get even better. massively roud of still get even better. massively proud of them. _ still get even better. massively proud of them. i _ still get even better. massively proud of them. i thought - still get even better. massively proud of them. i thought for i still get even better. massively l proud of them. i thought for long periods of the game that we went out —— that we were outstanding today and we are looking in great shape. we looked strong and we are fast. great discipline. i thought our defence is outstanding today as well. definitely areas to work on, definitely. 50 well. definitely areas to work on, definitel . ., ., �*, well. definitely areas to work on, definitel. ., ., �*, , definitely. so on to the men's side, owin: definitely. so on to the men's side, owing pharaoh _ definitely. so on to the men's side, owing pharaoh will _ definitely. so on to the men's side, owing pharaoh will be _ definitely. so on to the men's side, owing pharaoh will be joining - definitely. so on to the men's side, owing pharaoh will be joining the i owing pharaoh will be joining the squad today after being released from self isolation following a
6:37 pm
positive covid—i9 test. his results have since been deemed a false positive, it meant the captain next to 69- positive, it meant the captain next to 69— three win over twickenham yesterday. england next play australia on saturday. onto the premier league now, and arsenal are very match one of the form at the moment that have suffered their worst start in 57 years due to the premier league season back in august. open at the emirate sees them up to that's now what their sixth victory eighth in the premier league. natalie parks has more. a busy afternoon in the premier league began a moments reflection. reflecting on a change of fortunes, once considered an early shout for the second arsenal have been flying, and they look like they're winning streak would continue. the celebrations were a tad premature though. pa. celebrations were a tad premature thou~h. �* , q celebrations were a tad premature thou~h. . , ., celebrations were a tad premature thou~h. �* , ., , �* though. a bit off here though, isn't he? they needed _ though. a bit off here though, isn't he? they needed to _ though. a bit off here though, isn't he? they needed to settle, - though. a bit off here though, isn't he? they needed to settle, but - though. a bit off here though, isn't| he? they needed to settle, but this didn't help- — he? they needed to settle, but this didn't help. the _ he? they needed to settle, but this didn't help. the rest _ he? they needed to settle, but this didn't help. the rest and _ he? they needed to settle, but this didn't help. the rest and move - didn't help. the rest and move on alex earning arsenal a penalty, but it was then instead who took it. the
6:38 pm
agility still very much there for the 38 —year—old foster�*s 500 appearance. they had promised pizza if watford could just keep a clean sheet. dinnerwas if watford could just keep a clean sheet. dinner was soon ruined. a frenetic finish, arsenal have another goal ruled offside, and watford nearly capitalise on some slack defending. but i watford sending off assured that nikolai teta's 100th match in charge sending off assured that nikolai teta's100th match in charge of the gunners was a winning one. natalie parks, abc news. elsewhere, lester drew 1— all, the first premier lake in charge of tottenham ended in a draw. he finished 0—0 at edison park. it takes them up to ninth, only a few days at his new team. he knows there will be work today a. it was a thrilling game at the london stadium. i scanning the purple shared five goals of the hammers coming out on top. for west ham
6:39 pm
fans, walked to the london stadium has often been filled with frustration and annoyance. the season, though, it's one filled with hope and optimism. flying high in the league and doing well in europe, now liverpool where in town to burst their bubble. you can clap's side are a team that always seems to start well, not today. allison out jumped and out fight, ultimately outdone. not a moment he will want to see again. and as allison missed his punch in the back from were struggling to strike and attack. until a moment of magic from trent alexander. both sides continued to threaten, the woodwork denied west ham, lucas denied liverpool. allison couldn't do the same when he was required. a shock squeezing past ten. liverpool's goalkeeper would be beaten again moments later, kurt zuma with his first goal of the
6:40 pm
club. at liverpool haven't gone 25 matches unbeaten by simply getting up. they made sure there would be a nervous finish. west ham hung on, though, and their incredible season continues. london stadium is really beginning to feel like home. michael radford, bbc news. there has been a second permit exacting to tell you about over the weekend with aston villa dismissing dean smith this afternoon following our agent removing their manager yesterday. bella had lost the last five games to be down south hampton on friday maybe in 15th and the table and a the chief executive said this year we have not seen the continuous improvement in results, performances and late position, which we have all been looking for. smith had been in charge for three years. scottish premiership leaders one for— two against the league's bottom side to extend their lead at the top four points. they went back up to a celtic went back up to second after beating down before— two at dens
6:41 pm
park. scoring two apiece, and getting his second earlier in the second half in front of the celtic fans. soon after, a second putting them at 4— one. it wasn't enough that celtic 14— two. in the women's super leak in the manchester united missed out on the chance to move up to third place, they looked on course to maintain a 100% record against tottenham, thanks to alysia riso's rest abstract at the hive stadium, but the free cake in the fifth minute of injury time secured spare his first ever plaint against united. there were also wins for manchester city. let's get some of the day's at the sports news now... australia's neil robertson fired in two centuries in the afternoon session to lead scotland'sjohn higgins by five frames to three. that was at the english open nothing teams. the mattress ends shortly. the grand prix in portugal and did two laps early because of the crash,
6:42 pm
francesca claimed his third win of the season, which secured his team with a race to spare. lewis hamilton will be opening and closing the gap for the next rest stop in at the mexico city grand prix which gets under way at seven o'clock. that started second behind the mercedes team—mates and just ahead of his... the semifinal line up for cricket's t20 world cup has been confirmed after wins for new zealand and pakistan. the tournament will be decided over the next week as craig templeton reports. in a competition where the very simple, for new zealand it was when i make the final four. standing in their way, afghanistan, a a slim chance of making the semifinals themselves, but one of the things about the black cap says there's strength in the field, behind the stumps that comes in the form of debt in kind make hisjuggling act brought comes in the form of debt in kind make his juggling act brought the
6:43 pm
first of three early wickets. the rockets helped steady the ship. the sun hit so hard to make it seems to hang in the atmosphere. when he departed, afghanistan were brought back down to earth, and losing their grasp of the game. 125 was the target for new zealand, and their captain took aim. that's whenjase was much like kane williamson,, yet precise. his i got to the number required with two overs remaining, a result that not only knocks out afghanistan, but also india. new zealand's semifinal opponents, england. pall zealand's semifinal opponents, encland. �* zealand's semifinal opponents, encland. , england. all white ball competitions are extremely _ england. all white ball competitions are extremely strong, _ england. all white ball competitions are extremely strong, powerful, - england. all white ball competitions are extremely strong, powerful, a i are extremely strong, powerful, a very skilled bowling group, so we know it's going to be a real tough challenge. in know it's going to be a real tough challenre. . ., know it's going to be a real tough challene. . . . ~' , . know it's going to be a real tough challenue. . . w , . ~' , challenge. in charge, pakistan kept charrain , challenge. in charge, pakistan kept charging. deepite — challenge. in charge, pakistan kept charging, despite already _ challenge. in charge, pakistan kept charging, despite already booking i challenge. in charge, pakistan kept| charging, despite already booking a semifinal spot. they sent them on their way against scotland. malik finished the innings with something special, i sexed with the final ball, equalling the fastest 50 of
6:44 pm
the tournaments. 190 runs proved too steep of a challenge for the scouts come their experience for first remaining drive at t—20 world cup will surely prove invaluable for the future. as for pakistan, they have won every game in their group, and that means they play australia for a place in the final. that will be on thursday in dubai, and before that, it's england new zealand in abu dhabi on wednesday. the it's england new zealand in abu dhabi on wednesday. the bounds of the forest on _ dhabi on wednesday. the bounds of the forest on the _ dhabi on wednesday. the bounds of the forest on the to _ dhabi on wednesday. the bounds of the forest on the to the _ dhabi on wednesday. the bounds of the forest on the to the mainland i the forest on the to the mainland have been winning four out of the five matches, new zealand and australia obviously both very strong teams historically is welcome and pakistan, of course, winning five out of five of would probably make pakistan the favourites over everyone else. 50 pakistan the favourites over everyone else.— pakistan the favourites over everyone else. pakistan the favourites over eve one else. , , . , everyone else. so as the sun starts to set on the _ everyone else. so as the sun starts to set on the super— everyone else. so as the sun starts to set on the super 12 _ everyone else. so as the sun starts to set on the super 12 stage, - everyone else. so as the sun starts to set on the super 12 stage, who l to set on the super 12 stage, who will rise as champions? craig templeton, bbc news. exciting few days ahead, no doubt. that's all from us here on sports day. we will have more prey throughout the evening. coming up next, climate
6:45 pm
change, the countdown to cop 26. hello and welcome from the cop26 global climate summit in glasgow. i'm christian fraser with the latest in a series of programmes from around the world, looking at the issues and challenges of climate change. so, this cop26 must be a moment of solidarity. well, world leaders, scientists, climate activists and negotiators have spent the week trying to find solutions to this global emergency. before we dissect some of the biggest issues, let's take a look back at the key moments of this first week at cop26. humanity has long since run down
6:46 pm
the clock on climate change. it's one minute to midnight on that doomsday clock

31 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on