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his first premier league goal. score his first premier league goal. raheem sterling has over 100 of them, although looking at this, he might not have known. armando was proving to be a thorn in manchester city's side. the last line of defence and then the first line of offence, kevin debray near�*s free kick found him unmarked. the spanish international did the rest. so often international did the rest. so often in these situations, it is to brain or who comes to manchester city's rescue. it was that close. how close is this? the challengerjudged not to be a penalty by the ar. the wind that so often comes never came, i stumble in a so—called concession to the title. craig templeton, bbc news. after a match that produced very little, manchester united scored with virtually the last kick of the game against west ham, to leapfrog them into the premier legaue's top four. marcus rashford scored the winner with less than 30 seconds left of injury time. it did go to a var check
for a possible offside from edison cavani in the build up, but the goal was given. harsh on west ham who were organised in a game of little chances. they drop to 5th. but it's back to back wins for the first time under ralf ragnick. the atmosphere was amazing. quite rightly the plates are celebrating. they knew how important this win was. in the end, those are the best kinds of lands, when the other team —— in the end, those are the best kinds of wins, when the other team has no time any more to come back. but obviously we are extremely happy about the performance defensively about the level of physicality that we showed today, bearing in mind that we only played three days ago at branford. there was no winning start to the post rafa benitez era at everton. they were beaten 1—0 by aston villa, as duncan ferguson's second reign as interim manager began. emi buendia scored the only goal from a cornerjust before half time. but as villa celebrated the goal,
two players were struck by objects thrown from the crowd — merseyside police later identifed and arrested the person responsible from cctv footage. elsewhere, newcastle earned a huge victory at leeds in their fight to avoid relegation. jonjo shelvey with the only goal of the game. eddie howe's side had only won once all season prior to this. ruben neves got the winner for wolves at brentford. that game heavily disprupted — stopped for over 25 minutes in the first half due to a clash of heads and a drone hovering above the ground. celtic have been drawn at home to raith rovers in the last 16 of the scottish cup after winning 2—1 at championship side alloa today. celtic took an early lead. liam scales' cross turned in at the near post by greek striker giorgos giakoumakis in front of a packed crowd. and the premiership side made it two just before half time as liel abada
cut in from the right. alloa got a goal back late in the second half through connor sammon, but it finished 2—1 to celtic. elsewhere, there was a shock for holders stjohnstone, who were beaten by fourth tier side kelty hearts — the runaway league two leaders won 1—0 after extra time. they're at home to st mirren in the next round. full details of the fifth round draw are on the bbc sport website. now to a moment of skiing history today — as dave ryding has won britain's first alpine skiing world cup gold medal with victory in the kitzbuhel slalom. the 35—year—old, who is heading to next month's winter olympics in beijing, was sitting sixth after his first run in austria, but was the fastest man by the time the two runs were complete. he also became the oldest winner of a men's world cup slalom and says he hopes he can inspire a new generation of british skiiers.
he enjoyed it. yes! ijust saw the he enjoyed it. yes! i “ust saw the green light * he enjoyed it. yes! i “ust saw the green light and h he enjoyed it. yes! i “ust saw the green light and i _ he enjoyed it. yes! ijust saw the green light and i think _ he enjoyed it. yes! ijust saw the green light and i think i - he enjoyed it. yes! ijust saw the green light and i think i let all. he enjoyed it. yes! ijust saw the green light and i think i let all of| green light and i think i let all of my emotion out then. it was more disbelief when i realised i'd done it. i didn't know what to say. just it. i didn't know what to say. just it was crazy. yeah, i was inspired by allen, and hopefully i can, you know, there is another little kid out there, billy and lori, to see it's possible, it's doable. it's not easy. it takes time and a lot of graft, but, yeah, you can do it. we've spoken recently, it's an amazing — we've spoken recently, it's an amazing start to the season, it's always _ amazing start to the season, it's always hard to straddle, and to bring _ always hard to straddle, and to bring back the confidence to attack and he _ bring back the confidence to attack and he needed a solid two runs. did you have _ and he needed a solid two runs. did you have that freedom where you could _ you have that freedom where you could go — you have that freedom where you could go for the win?— you have that freedom where you could go for the win? yeah. like you sa , i could go for the win? yeah. like you say. i started _ could go for the win? yeah. like you say. i started to _ could go for the win? yeah. like you say, i started to get _ could go for the win? yeah. like you say, i started to get to _ could go for the win? yeah. like you say, i started to get to my _ could go for the win? yeah. like you say, i started to get to my thought l say, i started to get to my thought here we go, we are racking. and stay put you back in your place and you are questioning life, questioning, is it my last year? all of those
emotions that go through your head. like you say, ijust stuck it in the finish and bang it out. i wasn't myself, but sometimes you need a building block to take the next step. i got it in there and fight you know what, who cares? just do your best again. that's what i did, and it worked.— your best again. that's what i did, and it worked. how does it mean to hold that trophy? _ and it worked. how does it mean to hold that trophy? yeah, _ and it worked. how does it mean to hold that trophy? yeah, i _ and it worked. how does it mean to hold that trophy? yeah, i mean, i
ulster survived a late scare to make it four wins from four in rugby union's champions cup. this try from robert baloucoune put them clear before a late fight back by clermont set up a nervy finish, but the irish side held on for the win by 3a points to 31. they were already through to the last 16. bristol produced a dominant second half display to beat scarlets 52—21. pat lam's team had already qualified for the round of 16, but scarlets' campaign is over for another season. leinster ran in ten tries as they crushed bath to cruise into the last 16. jimmy 0'brien scored four of them as they eased to a win by 64 points to 7. let's have a quick look at some of the other stories making the news today. scotland's scott jamieson heads into the final round of the hsbc championship in abu dhabi with a one shot lead.
he birdied the last hole to stay top of the leaderboard on 11 under par. there was frustration for england's women cricketers overnight with their second ashes t20 match abandoned due to rain in adelaide. they'd actually made a decent start, after being put into bat, reaching 25 without loss in just over 1! overs before the rain ruled out further play. and jump racing's big showdown between the best 2 mile chasers was an absolute thriller — as shiskin battled back to beat — energumene in the clarence house chase at ascot. to the australian open now, where british singles hopes are over. dan evans was the last of the seven players remaining, and he was knocked out at the third round stage in melbourne. despite competing well in a hard fought first set, evans was then outclassed by his opponent — canada's felix auger—aliassime —
losing in straight sets. here's adam wild daniel evans. as singles go, dan evans was _ daniel evans. as singles go, dan evans was now _ daniel evans. as singles go, dan evans was now the _ daniel evans. as singles go, dan evans was now the single - daniel evans. as singles go, dan evans was now the single brit. daniel evans. as singles go, dan i evans was now the single brit left. ahead, a considerable talented canadian. the considerable talent of canadian felix auger—aliassime. evans immediately forced to face the music. although for him perhaps, rather too literally. the sound of a singer entertaining crowds outside the arena seemingly hitting more raw nerves than right notes. it's not like it's a little bit loud. it's on the court. i agree with you. is it normal, asked evans? well, plenty about this tournament hasn't felt that way so far. still, the band played on a little longer, and so did evans. 0ther brits now keeping him company. competitive for much of the first set, until an error let it all slip away. a change of shirt offering little change in fortune. auger—aliassime taking control. evans at times losing it completely. a straight sets defeat and evans' tournament comes to an end. after such high hopes for british tennis of late,
the second week of singles in melbourne will have no brits at all. adam wild, bbc news. well, the quest for back to back grand slam titles is still on for the world number two daniil medvedev. the us open champion reached the fourth round with a straight—set win over dutchman botic van de zandschulp. the russian was a finallist in melbourne in 2021 and will face american maxime cressy next. back to be honest, this score doesn't — back to be honest, this score doesn't say everything about the match, _ doesn't say everything about the match, but it played really good. i think_ match, but it played really good. i think he _ match, but it played really good. i think he played, and my opinion, that are — think he played, and my opinion, that are in — think he played, and my opinion, that are in years open, and that's right— that are in years open, and that's right took— that are in years open, and that's right took my chances, almost like every _ right took my chances, almost like every game where i could break him, i managed _ every game where i could break him, i managed through that. i think i had two — i managed through that. i think i had two games where he didn't break and when _ had two games where he didn't break and when i _ had two games where he didn't break and when i had break points, but it was enough — and when i had break points, but it was enough today. pretty happy about my tevet _ was enough today. pretty happy about my level. served well. didn't get broken _
my level. served well. didn't get broken even if you have opportunities. was running pretty welt _ opportunities. was running pretty welt was— opportunities. was running pretty well. was doing some good shots, so happy— well. was doing some good shots, so happy about my performance and looking _ happy about my performance and looking forward to the next match. to the women's event now, where the second seed aryna sabalenka fought her way past marketa vondrousova to reach the fourth round. the belarusian recovered well from dropping the first set to beat the czech 31st seed — 4—6, 6—3, 6—1. she's bidding to reach the semi—finals here for the first time and will face kaia kanepi next. elfyn evans' chances of a podium finish at the monte carlo rally are over after a crash this morning. the welshman was setting a fast pace during the first half of the stage but he clipped a bank and was left stuck on a hillside. in fact, you can see him here in the top of your screen on fellow driver sebastian 0gier�*s on—board camera. the dangerous situation led to a red—flag from the marshals. 0gier leads the rally overall going into the final day tomorrow.
writes, that's about it from us. remember, you can stay right up to date with all of the latest news on our bbc sports website and the act. but for me in the sports they seem, have a lovely saturday evening. bye—bye. good evening. saturday may have been a dry day for the vast majority, but it certainly wasn't a desperately sunny one in most places. we had extensive cloud trapped underneath this area of high pressure. the high stays with us through tonight and into tomorrow, keeping things largely dry but often quite cloudy. so, large amounts of cloud in the sky as we head through tonight. where there are breaks in the cloud, they could well fill in with some patches of mist and fog, and where winds are light down towards the south, if you do have lengthy clear spells overhead, temperatures could get down to —3 or —1i celsius
and one or two places out in the countryside. it will be dependent upon the cloud cover and certainly not as cold up towards the north where we will keep a brisk wind. that wind will continue to blow across northern and western parts of scotland tomorrow with the odd spot of drizzle. for most, it is a dry day with a lot of cloud. some breaks for southwest england and wales. eastern scotland looks quite well favoured to see some sunshine with some shelter from this south westerly wind. the brisk wind in the north, lighter winds further south and temperatures generally between 5—9 celsius, may be getting up to 10 celsius in the north of scotland. now, through sunday night and into monday, our area of high pressure shows signs of declining. that would allow a frontal system to start to push in from the northwest. that will bring some outbreaks of rain on monday, chiefly across the western side of scotland, northern ireland, some of that rain maybe getting into parts of cumbria by the very end of the afternoon. but other areas largely dry, perhaps a slightly better chance of seeing some sunshine.
light winds for pretty much all of us and temperatures between 6—9 celsius. looking ahead to tuesday, more of the same, really, lots of dry weather. could be some fog patches around at first, some areas of cloud, but some decent spells of sunshine and temperatures, you guessed it, again, between 6—9 celsius in most places. then as we head deeper into the week, well, we do see something of a change with more frontal systems starting to push in from the northwest. this time having a bit more life about them. so, could see some slightly heavier and more widespread rain sweeping through as we head through wednesday and into the first part of thursday. but most of the rain, i think, through the coming week will be across northern areas, not much of it getting down to the south. temperature 6—10 celsius.
this is bbc news. the headlines at eight. the first shipment of american military aid to ukraine arrives there — amid warnings a russian invasion could be imminent. police will meet a conservative mp who's accused government whips of trying to "blackmail" politicians who've tried to oust borisjohnson. a man appears in court charged with the murder of an elderly woman, and the attempted murder of her husband. the port of dover admits new customs checks have contributed to big queues on the roads. and at 8.30, time for some political thinking with nick robinson.
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