Swansea relegated on final day of Premier League

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The win breaks our Club record of 31 wins in a single season, which we managed under Kevin Keegan in 2001-02 in a 46-game campaign in the second tier of English football.

"Maybe this record will be broken but it will be hard".

The goal was City's 106th of the campaign, breaking the previous record of 103 set by Chelsea in their 2009-10 title-winning campaign.

83,222 - Tottenham's north London derby against Arsenal at Wembley on February 10 set a new Premier League attendance record.

Liverpool warmed up for this month's (May 26) Champions League final against Real Madrid with goals from Salah - who won the Golden Boot as league top scorer with a record total for a 38-game season - Dejan Lovren, Dominic Solanke and Andrew Robertson sealing a place in next season's top-tier European competition.

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

Their highest league finish came in 2014-15, under Garry Monk, as they ended the season in eighth. These are the headlines as the Final Match Day gets underway in English Premier League.

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Kompany said: 'I want to say thank you to this man; thank you for being such a wonderful teammate. In football one more year is a lot and we're going to talk to the club.

Manchester United warmed up for next week's FA Cup final date with Chelsea by beating Watford 1-0 at Old Trafford.

Kane's England team-mate Jamie Vardy scored two of Leicester's four goals.

"Everybody always thinks the grass is greener and there's something better out there". "Generally there's no smoke without fire", he said.

Andy King gave Swansea an early lead, but Badou Ndiaye and Peter Crouch scored before halftime to give Stoke only its second victory since Paul Lambert took charge in January.

Forward Wilfried Zaha and full-back Patrick van Aanholt scored in the second half as the Eagles finished 11th. We give them two days and then go to a camp.

"It's not for me to put any pressure on anybody but if the club feels that they want to put some meat on the bones in terms of the discussion then I am open to that, but I don't really want to discuss it before the game at the weekend".

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