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denying it was the best fa cup final, i— denying it was the best fa cup final, i think, denying it was the best fa cup final, ithink, in recent denying it was the best fa cup final, i think, in recent years. chelsea — final, i think, in recent years. chelsea are _ final, i think, in recent years. chelsea are the cup winners 2022! manchester city gave it their all, but the depth and consistency of this chelsea squad has paid off. they won the league last week and have now secured their fourth fa cup. lifting trophies is becoming a habit for them. rhia chohan, bbc habit forthem. rhia chohan, bbc news habit for them. rhia chohan, bbc news at wembley. there was another twist in the premier league title race as leaders manchester city went 2—0 down at west ham, but salvaged a point to draw 2—2. joe lynskey was watching. one more point takes them closer. manchester city now know what they need, with one more win on the last day they will be champions, but at west ham they were pushed all the way. this ground was highly charged ljy way. this ground was highly charged by an emotional tribute to mark noble, their captain in his last home match. he made his debut in 2004. home match. he made his debut in 200a. now his club are at a high
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point, playing for a place in europe next season, they took this game to city. gerard has been their break—out star, 25 and going for a place at england at the world cup, he is a finisher. and disrupting city's march to the title, before half—time it was 2—0. city knew that with defeated could all change at liverpool would have a chance, but then came the fightback. it would start with a deflection. jack grealish's shot brought back focus. in the pressure, west ham buckled. vladimir stretched and headed into his own goal. now city since they could have more and when gabrielle was fouled they had a penalty. a kick to almost save the league, but saved. city's last match at home to villa and three points there will do
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it. to come here for a draw felt valuable on a day that meant this much to west ham. joe lynskey, bbc news. liverpool fans may have been getting a little excited when city were 2—0 down. there's not much in it, but that draw ensure pep guardiola's side remain four points clear — however, liveprool do have a game in hand. but it means if city beat aston villa on the final day, they'll be crowned champions once again. both have done an incredible season in the premier league and yes, we are lucky to have a home game to decide it, so we don't have to look for anything else, wejust go decide it, so we don't have to look for anything else, we just go there and win our game and i am pretty sure that he stands will be sold out. it will be full and we will be ready. they will help us and we will help them, and we will do the perfect game to win that. it was a tense afternoon in north
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london too, with so much at stake at both ends of the table. tottenham moved back into the champions league places after beating burnley i—o, leaving the clarets with it all to do to avoid the drop. this is the business end of the season and for tottenham and burnley there are very different things in there are very different things in the agenda. for spurs, the target is the agenda. for spurs, the target is the champions league. for burnley, it is to stay in the premier league. in the first half of little action, burnley�*s defensive effort was undonein burnley�*s defensive effort was undone in an instant. can you spot the handball here? the ar did and keane was left to get the opener on the stroke of half—time. with lots at stake for both clubs, the temperature was beginning to rise in the second half. perhaps it might come down to which team could keep their cool and ashley barnes might have lost his head, the joy of this effort hadn't slammed against the post. sam is often the coolest man
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on the pitch and the most accurate. only nick could stop him doubling tottenham's lead here. it was getting nervy around the stadium. they were desperate for the whistle and so was he. the win keeps spurs in the hunt for that top four spot, but burnley�*s relegation fears have only intensified. lydia campbell, bbc news. everton had the chance to avoid the drop this afternoon, but their survival hopes remain in the balance after losing 3—2 at home to brentford, with two men sent off. craig templeton reports. the atmosphere at goodison park has been pivotal in helping everton get out of trouble. if they could spare their team onto another win, premier league survival would be secured. they got the start they were after. it looked like it was richarlison who shall score the opening goal, but it actually flipped off the chest of dominic calvert—lewin. when you haven't scored a league goal
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since august, it is always good to check when the ref checks it is yours. what looked like plain sailing then hit trouble, with this player coming through, another one during the experience of youth. was it a cross or was it a shot from yoane wissa? whatever it was, it ricocheted off the head of coleman, 1-1. but ricocheted off the head of coleman, 1—1. but everton were about to be handed a lifeline. with one of their players brought down in the box, a penalty. where everton's prayers answered? in a word, no. a frantic minute unfolded where this equaliser for brentford and rico henry sealed all three points. in moments of madness sealed up everton's day, running red and then they finished with nine. everton thought today was the day. craig templeton, bbc news. so the result means that manager frank lampard is under more pressure to find a result
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against crystal palace and arsenal. the everton boss felt the first sending off had a huge impact on the game. we had got control of the game, looking like we were going to score more goals and hopefully win the game to get us into that safe position we wanted to be in and then regard to changes it. the game is difficult and i don't think you can play 70 minutes in the premier league with ten men and expect much more. all i can ask is the players gave everything and they did, they fought to get us back in front, but in the end it was a step too far because of that red card. leeds scored an injury time equaliser to boost their slim chances of survival. it was pascal struijk who scored it, after danny welbeck had given brighton the lead in the first half. it means that leeds have moved out of the relegation places above burnley for now, but they have a game in hand over jesse marsch's side. elsewhere, leicester thrashed already relegated watford with draws between wolves and norwich, as well as aston villa and crystal palace.
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so let's see what those results do to the bottom of the table. burnley fall to 18th and into the relegation zone following leeds' draw with brighton today. everton still in danger there too after that defeat to brentford. the bottom two are already relegated. stjohnstone will head into the scottish premiership play—offs after being beaten 4—0 by hibs. a fairly drab goalless draw there at aberdeen. and dundee finished out their miserable season with defeat as livingston secured a seventh—place fnish. a seventh—place finish. queens park have reached the scottish championship for the first time after beating airdrie—onians in the play—off final. simon murray scored the decisive goal from the spot in extra time to win 3—2 on aggregate. the glasgow side have now won successive promotions since ditching their long—held amateur status. stockport county have won promotion back to the football league, after spending 11 years playing in the fifth and sixth tiers
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of english football. they needed a draw at home to halifax to be absolutely certain — goals from paddy madden and will collar secured a 2—0 win and there were joyous scenes at the final whistle on the edgeley park pitch — players, staff and fans alike celebrated winning the national league. what a moment. it's advantage swindon town — after the first leg of their league two play—off semi—final against port vale, they're 2—1 up. a goal in each half from harry mckirdy put swindon in control — his 23rd goal of the season gave them a two—goal lead. but vale gave themselves a way back into the tie with seven minutes to go, james wilson pulled one back. the second leg's on thursday night. let's have a quick look at some of the other stories making the sports news today... juan pedro lopez has managed to hang
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on to the leader's pinkjersey after a dramatic day's racing at the giro d'italia. britain's simon yates lost over 11 minutes as he suffered from effects of a knee injury picked up earlier in the week. australia's jai hindley won the stage and moved up to fifth place. bbc sport understands athletics ireland will continue to consider sprinter leon reid for selection, even with his criminal conviction. in february, he was found guilty of allowing the use of his flat to produce crack cocaine. he received a suspended sentence. it's not such a happy birthday for andy murray. he's withdrawn from the french open to focus on building up to wimbledon. he turned 35 today and had played well in last week's madrid open. and lancashire's james anderson showed yorkshire'sjoe root he's still got it. bowling the former england captain out in the roses match. root couldn't follow his century yesterday, as he was dismissed forjust four. the match was drawn.
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it's been an emotional day in the world of cricket, of course, as the sport mourns the loss of former australia cricketer andrew symonds, who has died after being involved in a car crash. the 46—year—old all—rounder played 26 test matches and nearly 200 one—day internationals between 1998 and 2009. he won two 50 over world cups and was part of australia's ashes winning side in 2006—07. cricket australia said it was "shocked and saddened by the death." i was thinking on the way in how many of the current australian men's and women's team that grew up with his poster on their wall. yes, he certainly got kids playing cricket that wouldn't have played cricket. he certainly gelled communities throughout australia that had a
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common thread and they didn't necessarily have to be cricket fans, they were just lovers of all things australia, which he represented. andrew symonds, who's died aged 46. we will finish with some tennis. iga swiatek has successfully defended her title at the italian open, with a straight sets win in the final against ons jabeur. the world number one came through 6—2, 6—2 to extend her winning streak to 28 matches. it also means she's won five tournaments in a row — victory in rome following wins in doha, indian wells, miami and stuttgart. and novak djokovic won the men's final — his first title of the year — he beat stefanos tsitsipas 6—love he beat stefanos tsitsipas 6—0 7—6 to wrap up his sixth italian open title, the last major tournament before the french open starts, later this month, as he chases a record—equalling 21st grand slam. that's all from sportsday.
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a record—equalling 21st grand slam. from all the team here, goodnight. a record—equalling 21st grand slam. the rain in western scotland easing way, but further south the rain developing here and continuing to push its way northwards, could be heavy, possibly thundery as well, working its way up into southern scotland. if you're hoping to see the super blood moon later, the best chance will be in northern scotland with clearer skies. a very warm and muqqy with clearer skies. a very warm and muggy night, there is the minimum temperatures at we start off cloudy tomorrow with round to of this cloudy rain, and the rain will continue to work northwards where it will come to rest in scotland. eventually sunshine coming through northern ireland and developing more
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widely in england and wales, but still thundery showers here and there. all in the sunshine, 22 degrees, underneath the cloud and rain in scotland chillier here. really through the rest of this week we will continue to have warmth and sunshine at times, but still that's continued threat of some heavy and thundery downpours.
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this is bbc news the headlines at 8:00... sweden's ruling social democrats have backed the countryjoining nato — it's after finland also confirmed it will apply for nato membership, in response to russia's invasion of ukraine. their membership in nato would increase our shared security, demonstrate that nato's door is open, and that aggression does not pay. a british military intelligence assessment suggests russia may have lost a third of its ground forces since the start of its invasion of ukraine. president biden says america must do all it can to end hate—filled domestic terrorism, after ten people are killed in a shooting in buffalo the uk government says it wouldn't be deterred from taking action over post—brexit trading arrangements in northern ireland — to try to help restore power—sharing at stormont.

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