Premier League Reload - Matchday 8Oct 10
The 2020/21 Premier League came to a close on Sunday afternoon and BT TV was the only place to watch all the matches from an unmissable final round of fixtures.
Read on or jump to a specific match for highlights and reports from all 10 of the Matchday 38 clashes.
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Arsenal missed out on European qualification despite Nicolas Pepe's double handing them a 2-0 win over Brighton.
After a first half which saw Gabriel hit the bar but the hosts struggled to create much in the way of clear-cut opportunities, Pepe netted four minutes after the interval.
And the Ivorian added his second to record back-to-back braces on the hour mark as Arsenal finished a disappointing season on a high. Yet Tottenham's win at Leicester meant Spurs qualified for the Europa Conference League ahead of Arsenal.
Aston Villa 2-1 Chelsea
Nervous Chelsea clinched a Champions League spot despite a 2-1 defeat at Aston Villa.
The Blues looked like they would need to win the competition against Manchester City on Saturday to qualify for next season after Bertrand Traore’s opener and Anwar El Ghazi’s penalty.
Ben Chilwell pulled a goal back but Leicester’s 4-2 defeat to Tottenham ultimately saw Thomas Tuchel’s side finish fourth in the Premier League by a point, even after Cesar Azpilicueta was sent off late on.
Yet Tuchel also faces an anxious wait to discover if goalkeeper Edouard Mendy will be fit for the Champions League final in Porto after he was forced off at half time.
Joe Willock scored for a seventh successive Premier League match as Newcastle downed Fulham 2-0 at Craven Cottage.
The on-loan Arsena midfielder burst forward and finished well for Steve Bruce's side in the first half while Fabian Schar's late penalty sealed the three points for the visitors.
It sees Newcastle end 12th in the league while already-relegated Fulham return to the Championship with an 18th-placed finish.
Leeds ended an impressive season with a comfortable win as Marcelo Bielsa's side played in front of their supporters for the first time since promotion back to the top flight.
Rodrigo opened the scoring to continue his hot streak before Kalvin Phillips got his first top-flight goal with a lovely free-kick.
Substitute Patrick Bamford made it 3-0 from the penalty spot though West Brom did net a consolation through Hal Robson-Kanu.
It was also an emotional day for Pablo Hernandez with the Spaniard waving his goodbyes to Leeds supporters in what was his and Gaetano Berardi's final game for the club.
Gareth Bale scored twice and Harry Kane claimed the Premier League Golden Boot as Tottenham handed down Champions League heartbreak to Leicester and booked a European Conference League spot with a 4-2 win.
The Foxes were on course to add to their historic FA Cup victory last week with a top-four finish as two Jamie Vardy penalties either side of Kane’s leveller put them 2-1 up at the King Power Stadium.
But Kasper Schmeichel’s own goal and two Bale finishes condemned them to fifth place and ensured Spurs will play European football next season – albeit the third-tier competition.
Leicester spent 242 days in the top four, but missing out on the day that mattered the most will sting, even if this has been a campaign to remember.
Sadio Mane’s two goals ensured Liverpool delivered when it mattered as the 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace secured not only Champions League football but a surprise third-placed finish.
With results for Chelsea and Leicester going their way the eighth victory in an unbeaten 10-match run saw Jurgen Klopp’s side finish the campaign just five points behind second-placed Manchester United.
Mane became only the second player in Premier League history after Robin Van Persie to score in eight consecutive appearances against the same opponent with goals late in either half.
Sergio Aguero scored twice in a fairytale Etihad Stadium farewell as champions Manchester City wrapped up their Premier League campaign by thrashing Everton 5-0.
City’s record goalscorer, who is leaving the club after next week’s Champions League final, hit a quickfire double having come off the bench with 25 minutes remaining.
His efforts added to earlier strikes from Kevin De Bruyne, Gabriel Jesus and Phil Foden as City showed no sign of letting up ahead of the showpiece clash against Chelsea in Porto.
David McGoldrick's wonderful first-half effort ensured bottom-placed Sheffield United ended the season with a win.
Playing in front of their supporters for the first time this season, The Blades took the lead through their top marksman who swept home from outside the box.
The win sees Sheffield United finish 20th on 23 points while Burnley end the campaign in 17th, 11 points off the drop.
West Ham 3-0 Southampton
West Ham sealed their spot in next season's Europa League with a thumping 3-0 win over hapless Southampton on the final day.
Pablo Fornals' double did the damage with the Spaniard netting twice in three first-half minutes as relief washed over the watching fans at the London Stadium.
And despite a Southampton rally, West Ham sealed the three points when Declan Rice burst through to score and cap a remarkable season for the midfielder individually and collectively.
Manchester United completed the Premier League season undefeated away from home as Juan Mata’s penalty secured a 2-1 win at Wolves in the hosts’ final match under Nuno Espirito Santo.
A much-changed United took the lead in the 13th minute when 19-year-old forward Anthony Elanga headed in.
Nelson Semedo equalised in the 39th minute before Mata put Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men back in front with a spot-kick in first-half stoppage time.