As fans returned to the 10 fixtures' stadiums for the first time this year, Liverpool beat Crystal Palace 2-0 to secure third spot as Sadio Mane equalled a Premier League record by scoring for an eighth successive match against the Eagles.
But each time Spurs equalised at King Power Stadium to drop Leicester back to fifth before Gareth Bale struck twice to end the Foxes’ hopes and make Chelsea’s 2-1 defeat at Villa Park immaterial.
Having scored one and set another up, Harry Kane secured both the Golden Boot and Playmaker of the Season awards, presented by Coca-Cola, with league-high 23 goals and 14 assists in 2020/21.
The Argentinian's six-minute brace took him to 184 Premier League goals for City, one ahead of Rooney's 183 for Man Utd as Everton were beaten 5-0 at the Etihad Stadium.
After the match, City then lifted the Premier League Trophy for a fifth time.
Joe Willock struck for a seventh consecutive Premier League match to become just the second Newcastle United player to score in seven in a row after Alan Shearer and the youngest player in the competition’s history to do so.