That's all from us for the evening then.
- Sunderland relegated after 10 years in Premier League
- FT: Sunderland 0-1 Bournemouth (King)
- FT: Southampton 0-0 Hull
- Hull keeper saves late penalty
- FT: West Brom 0-1 Leicester, Stoke 0-0 West Ham
- Four matches at 15:00 BST then Palace v Burnley (17:30)
- Get involved: #bbcfootball
Looks like some belated common sense has prevailed at Leyton Orient...
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A club badly managed from above for the last four years. At least three managers have got them out of it at the end of the season.
The rot set in at Sunderland a long time ago and it came right from the top.
I have no sympathy with them - they deserved to do down. I just hope somebody, whether it's David Moyes - a new owner perhaps - has got the opportunity to bring them back.
They have been a great club, they've got great fans but I'm afraid the way the club has been run, they've deserved what they got.
Is Moyes up for he challenge of trying to get Sunderland back up?
"I think the plan when I sit down with the chairman is to look at how we can get the team back up. This is a great club and I feel for the supporters. We have to try and give them something to cheer about."
West Ham United
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic speaking to BBC Sport:
"We defended as a team and limited them to a couple of chances. The big one was from Arnautovic but offensively we played really good. We created four or five chances but the problem is that we didn’t score.
"Butland made that save against Ayew which was great reflexes from him. Brilliant from close range and he made three saves in one action so big credit for them.
"The clean sheet is giving the defenders a big dose of self-confidence, but we created more than enough chances to score a goal.
"We want and we need to win games and for that we need to score goals. But let’s be positive, it’s a good point for us and we are now four games unbeaten and we are going to approach the remainder of the season in a positive way."
Sunderland boss David Moyes speaking to Match of the Day: "It summed up our season. We played well for long parts. We had four or five good opportunities and did a good job.
"We’re all disappointed and I feel more for the supporters. We take collective responsibility from top to bottom.
"We’ll dust ourselves down and see what we have to do.
"I don't know what words you can say to the players. I told them they fought for the jersey. Because of that it's difficult to fault them.
"We’re disappointed with the level of performance all season. We’ll do everything we can to get it right."
Sunderland captain John O'Shea:
"We had enough chances to take the lead and we were pushing at the end to get that goal. But then they killed us with the breakaway goal.
"You see the appreciation from the fans but you understand the disappointment. We never got the momentum. We haven’t got that win at the vital times to put other teams under pressure.
"Sunderland have been here a good few years now and the attitude will always be the togetherness of a family club.
"There’s going to be changes in the summer. I’ve never been in this situation before in my career – it’s obviously disappointing but it’s a chance for the club to take stock of everything and bounce back and give the fans what they want, Premier League football."
David Moyes has been asked whether he will be Sunderland boss next season.
He hasn't given an outright 'yes'.
"To think about it and talk about it now is just too quick," he says.
"They're questions for a week or two down the line - I'm not sure it's for now. I'd like to make sure we get Sunderland back in the Premier League."
Sunderland boss David Moyes: "I’m really disappointed. I feel for the supporters. They put their heart and cash into the team and my thoughts are mainly with the supporters.
"It’s a collective thing from top to bottom – it’s wrong to blame any individual. Clubs are much stronger than any one individual."
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe:
"It was a scrappy game from our perspective. I wasn't happy with the way we played but happy with the result.
"Josh King has worked incredibly hard and shows great attitude every day. Technically he is a great player and it is nice to see him score.
"The second season is harder, having gone through it. The first season is a novelty, in the second there is expectation.
"it's a real achievement to get 40 points."
David Moyes has been on and would not confirm whether he will be Sunderland manager next season.
Reaction to come.
Sunderland captain John O'Shea: "We have come back a few times with some great fight backs but were't able to do it this season.
"We are obviously distraught and it's not a nice feeling.
"The league table never lies. Performances and results are the obvious thing that have brought us down.
"We haven't kept enough clean sheets as a team and needed another miracle run to save us but haven't been able to do it this season."
The game at Leyton Orient is still not over. Already relegated to the Conference, fans came onto the pitch after Colchester scored a third goal and are still on there.
Hull boss Marco Silva: "It is a really important point to us.
"We knew before it would be really difficult for us but we had a very good performance, the first half was really very good.
"We controlled the game, had good possession, good chances.
"I think we deserve the point, of course I want more but it is a very important point for us because it helped us to change our away form.
"We have analysed the games and changed some things, our balance, organisation and focus is very important – and this afternoon I think we achieved all these things.
"There is one more final to us, we play always with risk and big pressure – for me it is normal and I want to players to get used to it and enjoy it."
Former West Brom striker on Final Score
Those Sunderland fans are seeing a team and a club that I think has lacked leadership from the boardroom.
That's why they have skipped from manager to manager with no real plan or identity.
Maybe they need to go down, refocus, bring in some young hungry players and give a new "project" to the Premier League because Sunderland are a huge club and if they come back up next season, they will be a club many will fear.
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes:
"It was a difficult game for us in terms of being able to break down West Ham. We needed to be a little bit more clinical in terms of that final ball, but in terms of effort and trying to affect the game, we were the team that was trying to win it.
"As it was, they're more happy with the result than we are. For them it's a good away point. We had some good moments and just needed a big toe to get on the end of one of those.
"In fairness Jack Butland made a couple of good saves. It's good to have him back and he looks good at the minute I have to say."
At the bottom of the Championship one of Blackburn, Birmingham and Nottingham Forest will be relegated on the last day of the season.
Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare:
"I haven't seen any other results yet but I am just pleased with our performance today.
"We showed different aspects today - it was a gutsy performance.
"I want Jamie Vardy to finish on a high. He's scored quite a few of late and I want that to continue.
"It will be a difficult end to the season and we have to try and win every game we can."
Just to wrap up something else from the Championship, Wigan are down.
Hull boss Marco Silva: "It's a really important moment [the penalty save]. If they had scored they would not deserve it.
"Let's not just talk about the last minute. We showed very good organisation, very good football. We controlled the first half.
"It is a good result, you want more but it's a good point. We need to change our away form and this will give us more confidence."
Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland:
"Any draw would probably have been fair there. We had a few chances but didn’t take them unfortunately but it was an exciting 0-0 for the fans.
"I felt really good just being out there again. I’m pleased to be able to contribute and keep a clean sheet today.
"The fans have been incredible throughout the last 13 months and supported me. It's been tough personally and I thoroughly enjoyed the really good reception today."
[On saving Andre Ayew's overhead kick] "It was a nice strike and I saw it all the way and it was a nice height. The only way you can get match-fit is playing games. Still very much pick it up as you go so to get a couple of games now I feel really good."
Robbie Edwards: The worst feeling I've ever felt watching football. It's been coming for a while but that doesn't mean it don't hurt.
It's an age-old cliche that 40 points is the mark for safety in the Premier League.
Sunderland have just 21. A long, long way away from being good enough.
Nick Hughes: Moyes was stitched-up by the owners and board at Sunderland. They've been a mess for a long time like Villa. It was inevitable.
Scott Wilcox: Sunderland's problem is they have little quality bar Defoe and Pickford, plus have rarely put in the heart and effort.
Matthew Hobbs: Sunderland are relegated - 2 points from last 10 games, 9 winless games at home, failed to score in 18 PL matches. Says it all.
Former Spurs striker on Final Score
Josh King has put Sunderland fans out of their misery. It was only a matter of time to be honest.
What they have to do now is look forward and try to keep that side together.
If he can he will bring that side back up at the first time of asking. It's a big "if" but it's possible.
Hull defender Harry Maguire: "The number of penalties we have conceded this season is frightening but it's a great save.
"Ever since Marco Silva came in our performances have been great. It was a good game for a 0-0 and we are happy with a point."
Two goals, one penalty save, a relegation and a partridge in a pear tree.
Former Spurs striker on Final Score
Tadic doesn't strike it well at all and that's what gives the keeper Jakupovic the chance to save it.
He was clumsy in the box and that gives the referee the chance to give the penalty.
Sunderland are relegated