Aston Villa have qualified for the UEFA Europa Conference League after beating Brighton & Hove Albion 2-1 at Villa Park.
Goals from Douglas Luiz and Ollie Watkins fired Unai Emery's side to a seventh-place finish, ensuring they stayed above Tottenham Hotspur and Brentford - who also won on the final day - and securing European football for the first time since 2010.
Watkins' goal made it 2-0 and took his tally to 15 for the season, the most by any Villa player since Christian Benteke, who netted 19 in 2012/13.
Brighton got themselves back into the match through Deniz Undav but could not find an equaliser.
Villa's seventh straight home win caps off a sensational season and leaves them with 61 points, one point behind Brighton, who have qualified for the UEFA Europa League.
Spurs miss out
Harry Kane gave them the lead in the second minute, scoring in a 26th different match of the Premier League season, equalling the record held by Andrew Cole, who achieved that feat in a 42-match campaign.
Pedro Porro then doubled Spurs’ lead early in the second half when he drilled the ball into the bottom left corner.
Jack Harrison gave the hosts hope, but Kane struck again two minutes later, netting his second goal of the match and 30th of the campaign. He becomes the first ever Premier League player to score 30 or more goals in two separate 38-match seasons.
Lucas Moura then ended his Spurs career with a fine goal in the fifth minute of stoppage time, as he ran past several Leeds players before finishing. Spurs finish on 60 points, while Leeds are relegated with 31 points.
Brentford do the double over Man City
The Bees end in ninth place on 59 points, while Man City stay on 89 points.
Five star Arsenal end on a high
Granit Xhaka gave the Gunners the lead in reportedly his final match for the club, heading in from a Gabriel Jesus cross, before scoring again three minutes later to score his first brace in his 225th Premier League appearance.
Fresh from signing a new contract, Bukayo Saka put Arsenal 3-0 up, and Jesus made it 4-0 with a far-post header, before Jakub Kiwior scored his first goal for the club. The Gunners finish with 84 points. Wolves stay 13th on 41.
Eight-goal thriller at St Mary's
Diogo Jota put the visitors in front, scoring into an empty net when Southampton were caught trying to play out from defence.
However, Liverpool refused to accept defeat and goals from Cody Gakpo and Jota in the space of 60 seconds brought the visitors level.
Southampton end their stay in the Premier League bottom of the table on 25 points, while Liverpool finish fifth on 67.
Man Utd secure third
Kenny Tete gave the Cottagers the lead with a powerful header from Willian’s corner. They then missed a golden opportunity to double their lead when Aleksandar Mitrovic had his penalty saved by David De Gea.
The Fulham striker has now missed four of his eight spot-kicks this season, the most by a player in a single Premier League campaign.
Man Utd, who have an FA Cup final to look forward to next Saturday, end the season in third as Erik ten Hag caps off a strong first season in charge. Fulham finish 10th on 52 points.
All square at Stamford Bridge
The Magpies, who secured a top-four finish earlier this week, finish fourth on 71 points. Chelsea end in 12th on 44.
Awoniyi scores again
The Eagles got themselves level on terms through Will Hughes, who scored his only goal of the season with a deflected header.
Forest end a superb season in 16th place on 38 points, while Palace finish in 11th, one point above Chelsea.