City beat Southampton to end season with 100 points

Erastus Uutoni

Salah's goal was his 32nd and broke a record for most goals in a 38 game Premier League season (Alan Shearer has 34 in a 42 game season).

"100 points is a lot; 50 points at home, 50 points away so it means how stable, how good we were all the season".

Jordan Ayew's fine free-kick had Butland scrambling across his goal, but the ball flashed just past the post to send Swansea in at the break wondering how they were behind.

Chelsea needed to win for any hope of a top four spot and that definitely didn't happen.

Marcus Rashford scored the only goal in Manchester United's 1-0 home win over Watford, while Callum Wilson's 93rd-minute strike gave Bournemouth a 2-1 comeback win at Burnley.

Manchester City's season looked to be heading for an equally underwhelming end after they failed to register a single first-half shot on target at St Mary's where Southampton knew they would be safe provided City did not run riot. Tottenham Hotspur are third in the table but Liverpool have a chance to overtake them. Ayoze Perez scored twice and Jonjo Shelvey also scored to clinch a Top Ten finish for the Magpies, who were in a relegation battle deep into the season. The 19-point gap to second-place Manchester United sees City beat the record, set by the Old Trafford side in 1999-00, for the biggest lead at the end of a campaign, while they have collected the most wins (32) and scored the most goals (106) in one season.

Liverpool qualified for the Champions League at the expense of Chelsea, Swansea were relegated, and champion Manchester City made it to 100 points as the loose ends were tied up on a typically high-scoring final day of the Premier League season on Sunday.

A plane flew over the stadium, carrying the message "Merci Arsene, we will miss you too" in response to Wenger's goodbye speech last week at the Emirates Stadium.

- Crouch extended his Premier League record for most headed goals in the competition (53).

"Now they (Foden, Diaz) are champions".

Arsenal had already ensured sixth place while Huddersfield guaranteed their top-flight survival with a midweek draw at Chelsea.

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