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Good morning. Peter Gordon has stolen the headlines again after scoring four
goals in England's five-nil defeat of South Korea in the second round of the World
Cup Competition. Fellow England player Graham Lasky got the fifth goal.
Elsewhere the cupholders Germany scored three goals in the last fifteen minutes to
beat Costa Rica four-one. Holland beat the USA five-nil, and Argentina scored two
late goals to beat Austria three-one. Two players were sent off in Italy's two-nil
defeat of Lithuania, Robert Rinaldi and Petris Kezys both taking early showers.
On the boxing now. The manager of British heavyweight Barry Jason has played
down reports that he's to fight Mexican Manuel Fernandez next year. Fernandez,
who beat Rocky Cavallini at the London Arena on Tuesday said he'll fight Jason
early next year but Jason's manager Dicky Clough said the fight is unlikely to take
In golf, Brucke Chappell defends his European Open title at the St Andrew's
course in Scotland. Carrying the Australian's golf clubs for him today will be
18-year-old Philip Johnston, the Junior Champion at St Andrew's. Christian
Benhardt misses that tournament because of a wrist injury but you can hear full
reports from St Andrew's throughout the day here on Radio 5.
Tennis. World number one Marina Stieff has entered the Midland Bank
Tournament at Brighton later this month. She'll be aiming for a record-breaking
fourth triumph and is already favourite to take the first place.