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Sunday Premier League wrap: what you may have missed

FFT's round-up of the final day of the Premier League season, as Swansea's relegation is confirmed and Liverpool claim the final Champions League spot.

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Burnley 1 - 2 Bournemouth

A scrappy, forgettable game at Turf Moor to end Burnley's excellent season - and the first goal had an element of slapstick. Chris Wood headed headed in after Ashley Westwood's miscued volley. After half-time, Josh King rounded off a good personal season, bending in a fabulous equaliser fifteen minutes from time. Certainly his best of the year, maybe one of Bournemouth's too. Eddie Howe's team have been sleep-walking towards the beach for some time, but they finished strong, Callum Wilson scoring the game's third and final goal in stoppage-time

Goals: Wood '39 - King '74, Wilson '90

Crystal Palace 2 - 0 West Brom

Not the best. Palace have been home and dry for some time, while West Brom will just be happy for this season to end. Wilfried Zaha eventually opened the scoring - of course - and that was fitting, given his role in their rejuvenation. Patrick van Aanholt, another strong performer during these final months, then added a second (via some goalline technology), sealing the win and a strong final week for Roy Hodgson and his players.

Goals: Zaha '69, van Aanholt '78

Huddersfield 0 - 1 Arsenal

A day when the football was really incidental. Huddersfield supporters were in party mode following their draw at Stamford Bridge in midweek, while Arsenal fans headed north to bid Arsene Wenger farewell. The visitors took the lead, too, with Pierre Emerick Aubameyang continuing his good start to Premier League life. Wenger signs off with a win and Huddersfield will just be happy to be back in August.

Goals: Aubameyang '39

Liverpool 4 - 0 Brighton

A simple enough task for Liverpool, who needed just a point to confirm their Champions League place. Mohamed Salah scored his 42nd goal of the season, finding the bottom of the net from twelve yards, to give them the perfect start. It was also his 32nd league goal of the season, a new Premier League record. Dejan Lovren made it two just before half-time, thumping in a header after Brighton had failed to clear a corner. It got easier after the break, too, with Dominic Solanke adding a third (with the first league goal of his career) and, after an understandably slow second-half, Andy Robertson made it four. Liverpool sign off ahead of the Champions League final in style.

Goals: Salah '26, Lovren '40, Solanke '53, Robertson '85

Manchester United 1 - 0 Watford

A low-key day at Old Trafford with little to play for. Michael Carrick was making his final professional appearance and was given a guard of honour onto the pitch - and, once the game began, he was the architect of its first goal, creating the space for Juan Mata to tee-up Marcus Rashford. It proved to be the game's only goal and, in tediously typical Mourinho fashion, United's only shot on-target.

Goals: Rashford '34