For the second time in the last three seasons, the Premier League title is in the hands of Manchester City...
In a day with few surprises late moving through the motions early, the ladder stays the same...
Man City takes care of West Ham with few issues, 2-0
Here's their celebration
Elsewhere, it took a while but Liverpool came back from a 1-0 deficit to beat Newcastle 2-1- who were down to nine men before the game was over. Manager Alan Pardue will, surely, have to answer to his team's lack of discipline
The rest of the table:
Chelsea had to fight back from being 1 down at Cardiff City, thanks to an own goal by Azpilicueta, but finish third with a 2-1 win.
Crystal Palace and Fulham tied at 2
Everton shut out Hull City 2-0
Swansea showed some offense for a change- beating Sunderland 3-1
Arsenal relegates Norwich 2-0
Stoke scored the last goal in their game to beat West Brom 2-1
And the Europa League spots to go Everton and Spurs...
Tim Sherwood's managerial swan song was a good one (which is a shame in itself) as Spurs went out hot early and beat Aston Villa 3-0 while Manchester United tied Southampton at ones and will miss European football contest for the first time in a quarter-century.
And now the Silly Season starts...