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Covid-19: Beating September vaccine target for all over-18s would a ‘bonus’ – Raab

Covid-19: Beating September vaccine target for all over-18s would a ‘bonus’ – Raab

Health
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Emotional Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl drops to his knees after beating ‘role model’ Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool

Emotional Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl drops to his knees after beating ‘role model’ Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool

Sports
Ralph Hasenhuttl appeared to be crying tears of joy as Southampton secured a momentous 1-0 victory over champions Liverpool on Monday night. The Saints boss dropped to his knees as the full-time whistle blew, seemingly overcome with emotion as his side pulled off arguably the greatest win since he arrived in 2018. Sky Sports Hasenhuttl was very emotional at full-time Sky Sports The Saints boss is a known admirer of Klopp A clever lob from former Liverpool striker Danny Ings in just the second minute of the game proved to be enough as some heroic Southampton defending kept the visitors at bay. Hasenhuttl has been compared to Klopp for his eccentric managerial style, wearing his heart on his sleeve at all times, ...
Trump 4 July message: We’re beating ‘China plague’

Trump 4 July message: We’re beating ‘China plague’

World
President Donald Trump says the US is on its way to a "tremendous victory" over the "terrible plague from China", despite a big surge in Covid-19 cases.His upbeat video message to the nation was to mark Independence Day - yet many 4 July events have been cancelled on public health grounds.Beaches have been closed in Florida and California, city parades cancelled and firework displays curtailed. Hundreds are expected to attend a White House party Mr Trump is hosting later. Despite grim US economic figures, including more than 20 million made jobless by the pandemic, the president said in his message that "we are getting close to fighting our way out of it" and "our country is coming back, our jobs numbers are spectacular".The US d...
Australian Open 2019: Johanna Konta through after beating Ajla Tomljanovic

Australian Open 2019: Johanna Konta through after beating Ajla Tomljanovic

Sports
Australian Open 2019Venue: Melbourne Park Dates: 14-27 JanuaryCoverage: Daily live commentaries on the BBC Sport website, listen to Tennis Breakfast daily from 07:00 GMT on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra and watch highlights on BBC TV and online from 19 January.Johanna Konta boosted British hopes at the Australian Open with a titanic three-set win over home player Ajla Tomljanovic in Melbourne.The British number one, 27, won a final-set tie-break to edge a finely balanced match.She joins Katie Boulter and Dan Evans in round two after a 7-6 (7-4) 2-6 7-6 (10-7) win. Konta will play two-time Grand Slam champion Garbine Muguruza next after the Spaniard beat Saisai Zheng 6-2 6-3.Konta, who reached...
Man City 4-1 Tottenham: Pep Guardiola hails rampant Blues for beating ‘one of the strongest teams in the Premier League’

Man City 4-1 Tottenham: Pep Guardiola hails rampant Blues for beating ‘one of the strongest teams in the Premier League’

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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes his side hurdled a major obsticle by easing past Tottenham 4-1 at the Etihad Stadium.The runaway Premier League leaders went 14 points clear at the top with their 16th consecutive league victory, which they sealed in fine style with goals from Ilkay Gundogan, Kevin De Bruyne and two from Raheem Sterling.Ahead of the game many tipped Spurs to be the team to end City's incredible winning run, having last dropped points against Everton in August, but Mauricio Pochettino's men were ultimately humbled by the hosts.And Guardiola hailed his side for dismantling 'one of the strongest teams in the Premier League’ in such a fashion."It was solid, it was good," said the Spaniard."Against a team demanding to be so intense without the ball becaus...