and in my world, it very long time. and in my world, it doesn't exist — colours. we are all the same. when we talk about racists, i think it is badly educated people that have no clue what it's all about. we are living in 2020 now. what's next for you? what's next is bringing milan where they belong and keep going. what's next is bringing milan where they belong and keep goingli what's next is bringing milan where they belong and keep going. i saw you ina they belong and keep going. i saw you in a video yesterday running in the snow and saying, "try to stop me." like i said, try to stop me. not even the snow can stop me. it's very simple. next up: these were the images from tuesday night, a date which will forever be remembered as a watershed moment in the fight against racism. that's according to pieerre webo, the assistant coach at istanbul bashakshehair, who it's alleged was subjected to a racist slur by a match official during their champions league tie with paris saint germain.
speaking to the bbc, he said the moment's left him struggling to sleep — but that the players' actions will forever change how footballers repsond to racism. you show them that if you don't respect other players — it was the first time on the line. it was the first time on the line. it was the first time. it means that if they come to watch the football, you know that it means those kinds of things, they will stop the game. it's not they will stop the game. it's not the referee who will stop it, it's the referee who will stop it, it's the guys next to you. you know how it's going in the stadium, the whole stadium. i think, it's going in the stadium, the whole stadium. ithink, as it's going in the stadium, the whole stadium. i think, as i told you, the day before eight december, people
wa nted day before eight december, people wanted to watch football. i saw in england, the people going into the stadium — they are enjoying it, like, wow, after this pandemic, football is football. it's a part of life for many people across the world. so for something to happen, this kind of thing — not only for the referee but also the people in the referee but also the people in the stadium, they will be like," wow, i want to keep with the football." it gives me some peace to sleep because if we are asked to play tomorrow, i need to prepare. so it's not easy. quick run through some of today's other football lines, and england and manchester city defender lucy bronze is one of three nominees for the fifa best women's player of the year award. chelsea's emma hayes has been nominated for the best women's coach. meanwhile, jurgen klopp has made the shortlist for the coach
of the year award having guided liverpool to their first league title in 30 years, while alisson is up for the goalkeeper award. jose mourinho has been named premier league manager of the month for november. tottenham are top of the table after a great start to the season, including three wins and a draw last month. manchester united's bruno fernandes has won the player's award. paris saint—germain will move to sign tottenham's dele alli on loan in next month's transfer window. the player was an unused substitute in last night's europa league win over royal antwerp and hasn't featured for spurs in the premier league since october. and newcastle manager steve bruce says he will be without a "big chunk" of his squad for tomorrow's game with west brom following the club's coronavirus outbreak. the training ground was forced to shut down for over a week, their match at aston villa a week ago was postponed.
now to day two of the us women's open. it was america's amy olson, after a hole in one, who led the way after round one with a four under par 67. charley hull is the leading british player, but she's not having the best of rounds so far today. golf writer sarah forrest is watching. i'm pleased to say she joins us now. great to see you. let's talk about the leader in a moment, but let's focus on british hopes in the moment. charlie hull hasjust moved toa moment. charlie hull hasjust moved to a one under at the moment. so a little bit off the lead, but she is producing some good stuff out there so producing some good stuff out there so far? yes, she had a bit of a nightmare, the double bogey, and it dropped her down to one under. she was actually just a dropped her down to one under. she was actuallyjust a couple off the lead, she was three under the lead at that stage, so she's dropped down. but she's had back—to—back birdies after back bogeys, so she's
not one under. she pulled out quite nicely. we are just seeing her birdie putt here after the first, which got her under way. some five shots off the lead off the lead at the moment. what do we know of the leader at the moment? six under, so obviously she's had a brilliant second round. what can you tell us about her? she has a slight advantage, the japanese course is very similar, to the one she's playing today, so she has a slight advantage. the yellow grass, the y regrets is very synonymous with japan, as well, so i think that's an advantage. but she's just a snowball, she's aged only 21 and just a remarkable job. snowball, she's aged only 21 and just a remarkablejob. as snowball, she's aged only 21 and just a remarkable job. as you snowball, she's aged only 21 and just a remarkablejob. as you know, 2019 british women's open winner, so she's definitely one to watch for the future. i have to ask as well, one of the big things we spoke about at this tournament is the number of younger players that are coming
through, and a big proportion of the field who are of a young age. we must draw your attention to a swedish amateur whose second at the moment on for under, who's produced some brilliant golf. just illustrating that point that this isn't a tournament where a lot of young players are really making their name? christie currents at 40 something, it's a young field, a very young field. and i think that lynn grants was the leader at one stage, and she's just a joy to watch come there, there's a lot of movement there. we must draw your attention to what is arguably the shot of the day. we are showing the shot of the day. we are showing the shot produced by maia stark, who is also a swedish player. one a shot that was. just a breathtaking
performance, a great shot from her? absolutely stunning. she just laughed when she got in, i think that was a wonderful response. and thoughts over the coming days? thoughts over the coming days — we've got a few british girls in there, georgia hall didn't have the best day yesterday, she's back a little bit today. they're really the best british players today. if the cut is plus three, we've got charlie hull and bronte law, and possibly we might have mel read in there as well. lynn grant is one to watch for the future, but i've just got so much time for christie kerr after her accident and age that she's had. she's old, but after her accident, she's just a stall work, really. great to watch. and great to get
your thoughts. many thanks for joining us on sportsday tonight. all eyes on charlie hull to see if she can call those five shots back which she trails by at the moment. it's an american in control of the race to dubai. patrick reed two shots clear at the halfway stage of the season ending world tour championship in dubai. reed is looking to become the first american to top the rankings, but england's tommy fleetwood could overtake him with victory on sunday. he's four off the pace after a round of 69, dropped two shots on his closing six holes. there's a surprise name in england's test squad — essex batsman dan lawrence, earning his first call—up for the tour to sri lanka next month. two behind closed doors matches, in galle. ben stokes is rested — he'll return in february for the test series against india. the same goes forjofra archer. as the selectors give a block of rest to all multi—format players at various stages over the winter. moeen ali and jonny bairstow have both been recalled in a 16—strong squad, with seven travelling reserves.
well, dan lawrence made his debut for brisbane heat in the big bash today — but he was on the losing side, scoring just eight runs. melbourne stars bowling them out for 125 as they reached their victory target with almost three overs to spare to win by six wickets. the head of the rfu, bill sweeney, says the sport isn't facing an existential crisis, despite england's 2003 world cup winner steve thompson and a number of other ex—players claiming the sport has left them with permanent brain damage. they're bringing legal action against the game's governing bodies. facing questions today, bill sweeeney the cheief executive fo the rfu was asked if they acted properly. there's no direct between concussion and cte. i'm hesitant to say that
because it sounds as if the governing science, her body is hiding, but there's no direct conclusion that correlates between concussion and cte. that's because there's many lifestyle and genetic factors involved, one may be more susceptible than the other. but these are the questions where we wa nt to these are the questions where we want to get as much certainty as possible. and that's why the next phase we will go in terms of research. some other stories now... they were leaving not having sex before they leveled the nigel owens, world rugby's most capped referee with 100 tests, has brought an end to his 17—year international career. he's announced that last month's autumn nations cup match between france and italy was his final international. he took charge of the 2015 world cup final and says he hopes to continue to referee in the pro 14 and locally in wales.
and there was drama towards the end of second practice at the season ending adu dhabi grand prix. kimi raikkonen's haas car caught fire with just under 20 minutes to go. the finn managed to pull over and get out safely. mercedes valtteri bottas topped the time sheets. and finally tonight — do you know yourjackhammers from your air flares? well, with a competitive form of break dancing or breaking added to the olympic programme this week for paris 2024, it's fair to say we're going to learn a lot more about over the coming months and years. and i began my education by catching up with 14—year—old olympic hopeful be—girl terra who told me how she got into it. i started when i was one and a half yea rs i started when i was one and a half years old. i was doing hand and trying to do footwork and trying to do headstand. so it was clear you we re do headstand. so it was clear you were destined to go on and do this in the future. who was who got you into it? up my sister got breaking,
my older sister, and she would teach me stuff. then my dad would teach me. what is it that you love about the sport? i love to express myself andi the sport? i love to express myself and i dance, i love to create new stuff. i love to train hard and trade every day. talk is how you express yourself and what is that you like to bring into some of your routines? you can have style, flavour and attitude, and you can create new moves that people haven't done before. i would say i'm a well—rounded person, like head spins, where you spend on your head, there's air flares where you're on your hands. and freezes are where your hands. and freezes are where you do a handstand freeze and you stop. give us a sense of what the judges are looking for when you run through one of your routine. is it one of those power moves are likely to score highly on cancelo they're looking for everything. they're looking for everything. they're looking to make sure that you're not
scared of anything. is in a case of a lwa ys scared of anything. is in a case of always trying to come up with new moves ? always trying to come up with new moves? and other sports, there are a lwa ys moves? and other sports, there are always athletes trying to find new ways to score points. is that something you're trying to do as well in your sport? you need to have originality and different moves that someone originality and different moves that someone else hasn't done before, because that can be evidence of someone because that can be evidence of someone else's because that can be evidence of someone else's move because that can be evidence of someone else's move that someone has done before. give us a sense of how excited you were when the announcement came that breaking was pa rt announcement came that breaking was part of the olympics. announcement came that breaking was part of the olympicslj announcement came that breaking was part of the olympics. i was really happy that breaking in the olympics would be more aware, people would be more aware of it. the ultimate aim, are we thinking about that gold metal now? it's quite some way off in the distance, but is it nice to have something to aim for? yes, i'll be training really hard and trying to aim for that gold medal, because i want to win. there you go, speaking to me earlier about her hopes for breaking now that it's been added to the olympic programme. should be tempting to go for gold in paris to win 24. that's all from sportsday.
hello. friday brought rain for some, a little bit of brightness for others, and it's actually a similar story as we head on into the weekend. there are some clear skies to come. the skies clearing across western parts of the uk as we head through this evening and tonight. that could allow for some pretty low temperatures by the end of the night across parts of northern ireland particularly. elsewhere, we keep a lot of cloud and some showery right and those departures will hold up. but as we go through tomorrow, we're going to take these clear skies in the west, and we are going to push them a little further eastwards. now having said that, i think across eastern scotland and the eastern side of england, we will hold onto cloud and showery rain right through the day. but further west, you can see some sunshine developing, albeit with one or two showers. the winds will be relatively light, temperatures getting up to around 8—10 degrees. but those clearer skies won't last long. by sunday, we'll see cloud and rain spreading from the west, brisk winds as well, but it will feel mild. and it stays mild and unsettled into the start of the new week.
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