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  • Arsenal 5-1 Everton
    Arsenal 5-1 Everton Arsenal have scored more goals against Everton (117) than any other side has scored versus another in Premier League history, while the Gunners have won more matches against the Toffees (35) than they have versus any other opponent in the competition
  • Brentford 1-2 Leeds United
    Brentford 1-2 Leeds United Jack Harrison’s winning goal was Leeds’ eighth goal in the 90th minute in the Premier League this season, with only Manchester City (nine) netting more in 2021/22. Leeds have, however, scored the most winning goals in the 90th minute in the competition this term (four)
  • Brighton & Hove Albion 3-1 West Ham United
    Brighton & Hove Albion 3-1 West Ham United Mark Noble made his 414th and final Premier League appearance for West Ham, the seventh-most appearances for a single side in the competition’s history
  • Burnley 1-2 Newcastle United
    Burnley 1-2 Newcastle United Callum Wilson has netted five goals in his last four Premier League appearances against Burnley, while only against West Ham (nine) has the striker scored more than he has against the Clarets (six)
  • Chelsea 2-1 Watford
    Chelsea 2-1 Watford Chelsea are the first team in Premier League history to go through a whole season without ever being behind at half-time
  • Crystal Palace 1-0 Manchester United
    Crystal Palace 1-0 Manchester United Crystal Palace have ended a run of 13 consecutive home league matches without a win over Manchester United, with this their first since a 3-0 victory in May 1991
  • Leicester City 4-1 Southampton
    Leicester City 4-1 Southampton James Maddison has scored in four consecutive Premier League appearances for Leicester for the first time, while he’s been involved in seven goals in his last four matches in the competition (four goals, three assists)
  • Liverpool 3-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
    Liverpool 3-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers Liverpool have finished the season on 92 points, the second-highest total by a side that didn’t go on to win the title in English top-flight history, behind only their own 97 in 2018/19
  • Manchester City 3-2 Aston Villa
    Manchester City 3-2 Aston Villa Manchester City came from two goals down to win a Premier League match for the first time since February 2005 (3-2 v Norwich City at Carrow Road)
  • Norwich City 0-5 Tottenham Hotspur
    Norwich City 0-5 Tottenham Hotspur Harry Kane scored his ninth goal on the final day of Premier League seasons, the joint-most in the competition’s history alongside Andrew Cole and Les Ferdinand