The final round of matches in the English Premier League has come and gone with hearts broken, records made and the top four spots clearly defined. This Sunday afternoon, Liverpool and Chelsea consolidated their champions league spots for next season while both Manchester Clubs maintained the top two spots.
Ten games on schedule, all twenty teams involved in a late launch time fixture.
Manchester City already champions took an opportunity to better their goal difference as they put 5 pass visiting Everton at the Etihad stadium. Sergio Aguero scored twice in his last match for Manchester City and Pep Guardiola's team looks prime for next Saturday's Champions League final against Chelsea.
Chelsea were away to Aston Villa and the Blues can only thank Tottenham for their Champions League place next season. Aston Villa led the game twice before Chelsea reduced the gap via Ben Chilwell in the second half. The defeat can only play on Chelsea's moral ahead of the finals but they have consolidated their place in next season's Champions League.
Leicester City needed to win against Tottenham who were as well eyeing European spot for next season. Two penalties from Vardy were not good enough to keep Leicester in the top four. Harry Kane and Gareth Bale's late goal gave the visitor's a 3-2 win.
Arsenal's Nicolas Pepe scored twice as they saw off Brighton but the win fails to get them European football for next season.
Wolves lost to Manchester united 2-1 as Nuno Espirito played his last game as Wolves coach. He has already been linked with a move to Tottenham next season.
West Ham united cruised pass Southampton with a comfortable 3-0 win.
Sheffield united put played Burnley 1-0. Already relegated Fulham lost at home to Newcastle united 2-0.
Leeds 3-1 West Brom and Liverpool finished 3rd with a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace.
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Standings after match day 38