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Arsenal finish second after Tottenham collapse: Premier League clockwatch – as it happened

Tottenham were humiliated against 10-
man Newcastle, while Arsenal cruised to
victory over Aston Villa to finish above
their north London rivals in the table
Georginio Wijnaldum celebrates the first of his
goals for Newcastle against Spurs.
Photograph:
Serena Taylor/Newcastle Utd via Getty Images

Premier League Arsenal
Tottenham Hotspur Aston Villa
Chelsea More… Leicester City
Everton Norwich City Newcastle United
Southampton Crystal Palace
Stoke City West Ham United Watford
Sunderland West Bromwich Albion
Liverpool
Thanks for reading, thanks for your
company this season . See you for the
Euros. And The FA Cup. And the
Champions League final. And the
Europa League final. And whenever
Manchester United v Bournemouth is
played.

In the meantime, after Leicester’s
incredible season, here’s something to
read on your way home – some other
incredibly unlikely football bets to
come off:

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The latest from Old Trafford
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Controlled explosion at Old Trafford
after Manchester United abandon
final game

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Match report: Chelsea 1-1 Leicester
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Danny Drinkwater’s late goal earns
champions Leicester a final point at
Chelsea

At Chelsea, John Terry has told the
club’s supporters “I want to be here
for the rest of my career”, adding that
he wants to stay. He doesn’t say
whether he’s going to though.

John Terry: “I want to stay: the club
knows that, the fans know that. I want to
stay.” Abramovich applauding up in the
stand.

Match report Newcastle 5-1 Tottenham
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Georginio Wijnaldum leads Newcastle
in astonishing rout of Tottenham

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Match report: Southampton 4-1 Crystal
Palace
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Southampton seal Europa League spot
after beating Crystal Palace

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Match report: Arsenal 4-0 Aston Villa
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Arsenal finish second as Olivier
Giroud hat-trick sees off Aston Villa

Match report: Swansea City 1-1
Manchester City
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Manchester City draw at Swansea City
to all-but ensure top-four finish

Match report Stoke 2-1 West Ham
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Mame Biram Diouf strikes late as
Stoke dent West Ham’s European
ambitions

Match report: Everton 3-0 Norwich City
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Everton end season on a high with 3-0
win against Norwich City

Match report: Watford 2-2 Sunderland
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Flores’ last game as Watford manager
ends in draw with Sunderland

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Match report: West Brom 1-1 Liverpool
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Jordon Ibe’s Liverpool wonder goal
earns a point at West Bromwich
Albion

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