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hello, you're wathcing bbc news, the time is 2245, i'm olly foster at the bbc sport centre, these are ourt headlines tonight. the champions are back in the champions trophy final.|ndia beat bangladesh to face pakistan for the title. fowler off to a flyer at the us open. golf's second major of the year is underway in wisconsin. jordan pickford has become the most expensive british goalkeeper. everton have bought him for £30 million from sunderland. india have reached the icc champions trophy final after thrashing bangladesh by nine wickets at edgbaston. the defending champions reached their victory target of 265 with ten overs to spare. they'll play pakistan in sunday's final at the oval. patrick gearey was at today's match
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if you went on the enthusiasm of theirfans if you went on the enthusiasm of their fans you would think every game they played was bangladesh's biggest yet. this one probably was. their first biggest yet. this one probably was. theirfirst major biggest yet. this one probably was. their first major semifinal, biggest yet. this one probably was. theirfirst major semifinal, one they were not supposed to reach, how are india calling it? bangladesh come into this game as they have every game in the champions trophy, as the outsiders. but this tournament has been about confounding expectations. just ask the hosts. india asked bangladesh to bat and then interrupted them. kumar striking in the first over. he got another but iqbal struck back. he made bangladesh believe. with great power comes great responsibility. once yadav removed iqbal there was some doubt. it echoed down the order. their spell ended shorter than where it might. with a target
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of 265, it takes more than that to worry india. they have dar one first, the top run scorer will stop and in comes officially the best one—day batsmen in the world, virat kohli. -- one—day batsmen in the world, virat kohli. —— they had darwan on first, the top run scorer. virat kohli was getting towards 8000 one—day test runs. pakistan versus india is a lwa ys runs. pakistan versus india is always a final, and this time it is the final. i think it is a 300, 310 wicket. to reduce them, to 260, we never let them get there. from that point of view it was pretty clinical by the bowlers. looking at how flat the wicket was, as well. it's the first round of the us open
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in wisconsin. rickie fowler took the clubhouse lead with a record equalling seven under par 65. the best opening round in the tournament since 1980. the leader board has been dominated by american players. but england's tommy fleetwood is in touch after going round on five under par. lee westwood finishing on three under par. casey made a blistering start with an eagle on the first hole. players have criticised the calls for being too unforgiving, especially the rough, where there have been some very low scoring rounds on the opening day. —— players have criticised the course. jordan pickford has become the most expensive british goalkeeper, everton bought him for £30 million from sunderland. he has signed a
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five—year contract. he was one of sunderland's stand—out players and he earned a senior england call up last year. he's 23 but is currently on duty with the under—21s preparing for the european championship in poland. the only keepers to cost more than him are manchester city's new signing ederson and the italian great gigi buffon. everton have done more business tonight. they've also completed the signing of david klaasen, the ajax captain, for £23.5 million. britain's two most senior cycling figures should resign in the wake of an independent review into failings in the sport, according to an mp. damian collins has called for an overhaul at british cycling. he said jonathan browning and the former president should base resign following an independent report that has criticised the governors of the sport in this country. there needs to be complete reform of
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british cycling. new boards. new leaders that are not tainted by the past. we need proper independent scrutiny of what is going on and senior people of the sport be held to account for what they do. and uk sport needs to be clear to british cycling, if it doesn't reform itself, get proper structures in place, it will lose their funding which would pay for the elite performance of british cycling. the british and irish lions have two more matches on tour before the first test against the all blacks a week on saturday. they have won two and lost two on so far. up next are the maori all blacks this saturday. johnny sexton could now be favourite to start against the all blacks. warren gatland had this to say about the battle for the fly half jersey
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before he knew about the injury. he was good coming off the bench. the combination with ten and 12 was pretty sea mless. combination with ten and 12 was pretty seamless. jonny himself knows that his last two games before that, the semifinal, and the game against the semifinal, and the game against the barbarians... he wasjust the semifinal, and the game against the barbarians... he was just down and out of confidence. he has got his mind back. we want to give him a start against the maoris. the scotland team are playing australia. towns and says he has picked a stronger side than the one who beat italy last week. the wallabies will be expecting a fired up wallabies will be expecting a fired up scottish side who had very narrow and recent defeats to australia. scotland's summer tour is a sightseers dream, sydney, just like singapore last week, is picture
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postcard heaven. the scotland team's baseis postcard heaven. the scotland team's base is out of town. it is a few miles down the coast. on saturday they will hit the city. but not for a stroll around the site, instead they are taking on the world cup finalist in their backyard. we are a world —class finalist in their backyard. we are a world—class side. look at the pack, the drive from the scrum, and the runners, and we have runners out wide, as well. they are a dangerous team. —— and they have runners out wide. preparations began gently but ramped up as the week progressed. with a 34 ramped up as the week progressed. with a 3k man squad to choose from, towns it is keen to look at options. the head coach says shuffling his tea m the head coach says shuffling his team does not amount to a risk. we've made some changes this week. it means we have been able to see others play at test level. you bring
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in graham and watson, who were outstanding this year in the six nations, duncan taylor to the midfield and we believe it is a stronger team. it has to be. this will be a much tougher game than last time against italy. a gentle side the wallabies don't often show, centre of attention was foley and a statue in ice for the man who secured victories with two late kicks. you would be disappointed if they were not fired up. it's a test match. they could have won the game by ten. that's the nature of the beast. that is test level. you would beast. that is test level. you would be fired up no matter what. i'm looking forward to them coming out. in a city that knows a few things about putting on a show, saturday's
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main event also promises to be something special. salford red devils are one win away from wembley after reaching the semi finals of the challenge cup. they beat wakefield trinity 30—6, wakefield actually won this fixture in super league just 11 days ago but five tries from salford comfortably saw trinity off. it is the first time they have done it in19 it is the first time they have done it in 19 years. british number one johanna konta is into the quarter finals of the nottingham open, after a straight sets win over yanina wickmayer. konta was knocked out of the french open in the first round last month but had no trouble in beating her belgian opponent 6—4, 6—1. joanna konta has to hope that her opponent plays much better in the doubles because they are playing together in nottingham. it is part of the game. lots of players have come across this
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situation. it's normal. after the match, we said that we deal with it like adults. the competition is on the court. and we are good friends of the court. that's all from sportsday. goodbye. a fresher feel across the country today with a cold front pushing in from the atlantic. ahead of it we saw heat and humidity building particularly across the kent coast, 25 degrees the high. behind that, fresher air, 12 degrees and a cluster of showers through northern ireland and western scotland for much of the afternoon. some showers we re much of the afternoon. some showers were heavy and frequent. over the last few hours they have been drifting south into the north of
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england. as we go through the night, things will quieten down. showers drifting towards western coast of scotland. not a humid drifting towards western coast of scotland. nota humid night, 11 drifting towards western coast of scotland. not a humid night, 11 to 14 scotland. not a humid night, 11 to 1a degrees for many. we start with decent spells of sunshine across england and wales. cloud thickening through the day. this breeze will dry in more cloud and moisture, misty across the west facing coast and drizzle around. edit disappointing here, just as it has been for much of the week. —— a bit disappointing. we could see highs of 20 degrees. similar story for northern ireland, as well. scattered isolated showers in north—western england. fairweather cloud. temperatures should peak around 22 degrees if we are lucky in the south—east corner. some decent spells of sun and just a light breeze. not too bad. but certainly a fresher feel. but high breeze. not too bad. but certainly a fresherfeel. but high pressure is driving the story across england and wales. that will be the theme as we
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move into the weekend. allowing france to topple into the north—west. a similar story that the heat will return as we move into the weekend. —— allowing fronts to topple into the northwest. lots of sunshine coming through. similar story on sunday. if anything it would be a bit warmer. if we get 30 degrees that will be the first time we have seen that this summer season. we have seen that this summer season. it will be a hot one. if it is too hot for you, c temperatures across the coastline between 11 and 14 across the coastline between 11 and 1a degrees. with the sea breeze could be refreshing. it is worth bearing in mind that uv levels will bearing in mind that uv levels will be very high across much of central and southern parts of england and wales. certainly worth bearing in mind if you are out for any length of time. the heat is set to stay with us, clouding over in the north and west again. this is bbc news. i'm martine croxall. the headlines at 11pm:
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the prime minister orders a full public inquiry into the fire that destroyed a residential tower block in west london. so far, the number of dead stands at 17, but many people are still missing and the number could rise significantly as the recovery work continues. the first victim has been named as mohammed al—hajali, a syrian refugee who was studying engineering. his brother was rescued from the same flat by the fire brigade. they brought us outside. dozens of people are still listed as missing as appeals are made by families and friends for information. the prime minister the prime minister made a private visit to the scene,
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