Man City lift Premier League title with the trashing of Everton on the final day of the season

Man City lift Premier League title with the trashing of Everton on the final day of the season

Leicester missed on Champions League football for the second season running after losing to Spurs at King Power Stadium

Sergio Aguero, who played his last game for Man City in the Premier League scored two goals after coming on as a second-half substitute.

Two goals in his final league appearance mean he is now a leading goalscorer in the league for one single club with 184 goals overtaking Wayne Rooney’s record of 183 goals for Manchester United.

Liverpool and Chelsea join both Manchester clubs in qualifying for the UEFA Champions League next season after finishing third and fourth respectively.

West Ham join Leicester City in qualification to Europa League after finishing sixth in the table, their highest finish in the Premier League since 1998-99.

Harry Kane helped might have played his final game for his boyhood club and helped them with a qualification to the newly launched Europa Conference League after finishing seventh.

Kane, who is so vocal about winning major trophies in his career in recent weeks bagged himself two individual accolades by winning the golden boot and playmaker of the year award.

Man City welcomed their fans to the Etihad for the final fixture of the season and put on a show for their supporters, who were returning to see their home team after more than a year.

Goals from Kevin De Bruyne, Gabriel Jesus, Phil Foden, and a record-breaking brace from departing striker Aguero meant Man City going into the coronation with a commanding victory.

Ederson, who had earlier confirmed his second consecutive golden glove kept his 19th clean sheet of the season when he saved Gylfi Sigurðsson’s penalty in the 36th minute.

Sadio Mané scored one in either side of the half to give Liverpool a 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace.

Arsenal and newly promoted Leeds United victory over Brighton and West Brom respectively mean they finished eighth and ninth, with Everton completing the Top 10 after finishing tenth.

Europa League finalists and second-placed Manchester United won 2-1 away at Wolves. Anthony Elanga with his first Premier League and a penalty from Juan Mata, while Nélson Semedo scored for the home team in a farewell game for their manager Nuno Espírito Santo, who confirmed his departure after four years at the club.

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