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Summary

  1. Arsenal finish second, Spurs thrashed 5-1
  2. Man City set for fourth after 1-1 draw
  3. Saints in fifth place as it stands
  4. Man Utd v Bournemouth abandoned over safety fears
  5. Prem Lge looking to rearrange fixture

Live Reporting

By Aimee Lewis, Tom Rostance, Emlyn Begley and Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night

    Well, that was an unusual end to the Premier League season wasn't it?Nobody saw that lot coming.

    Match of the Day is on BBC One at 22:30-00:10. See you there.

    (23:25-01:05, BBC One Scotland & 23:30-01:10 BBC One NI)

  2. Gunners bid farewell

    Arsenal

    Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta and fellow midfielder Tomas Rosicky will leave the Premier League club when their contracts expire this summer.

    Arteta, 34, joined the club in 2011 and made 150 appearances, scoring 17 goals.

    Rosicky, 35, signed in 2006 and was given an award for 246 appearances and 10 years of service before the Gunners' final-day win over Aston Villa.

    Manager Arsene Wenger described the pair as "two exceptional players and influences in the dressing room".

    Tomas Rosicky was given an emotional reception at the Emirates today
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  5. 'An incredible season'

    Southampton 4-1 Crystal Palace

    Southampton manager Ronald Koeman: "A difficult game, Palace played well but we were very clinical. It was not our best game, but the belief and the fight till the last seconds brought the three points. 

    "Last season was a very special one, but I don't know what I have to say about this season. 63 points and fifth in the table, it is incredible."

    Koeman went on to tell BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton he was "very happy" at St Mary's, and that he will talk with the club's board next week about their ambitions saying "expectations for next season will be great."

    Ronald Koeman salutes the Southampton fans
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    Swansea 1-1 Man City

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    Man Utd A-A Bournemouth

  9. Was the Guardiola news handled well?

    Swansea 1-1 Man City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini: "One of the most difficult things to finish this season was after they announced this club will change [manager] next season, was the atmosphere inside the team.

    "Of course it is not easy for a team when you are in that moment involved in all competitions, it is not easy for the players to read every day that ’11 players will go out, these are coming, these are finished’, that is why we are so proud of them, that they tried in the way they could, of course it is not easy to do it."

  10. 'Two goals were harsh'

    Southampton 4-1 Crystal Palace

    Palace boss Alan Pardew: "I thought our performance was good, actually. I think two shocking decisions gifted them two goals, I don't think its a penalty, contact outside, and I think it is a blatant push for the second goal. 

    "We obviously protected a few (for the FA Cup final), but they (Southampton) are in good form and deserved to win. 

    "The first priority was to get a result, we lost but the second was to come through unscathed. We have no injuries, and no-one sent off so we should be OK."

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    Man Utd A-A Bournemouth

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  13. Grimsby Town promoted to League Two

    Grimsby Town have returned to the Football League after six years away after beating Forest Green Rovers 3-1 in the National League promotion final.

    Nathan Arnold scored their third goal in injury time to seal the Wembley win.

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    Video caption: Pellegrini blames club for poor finish
  15. Howard heads off

    Everton 3-0 Norwich

  16. Adios

    Swansea 1-1 Man City

  17. 'We let ourselves down'

    Swansea 1-1 Man City

    Manchester City

    Joe Hart, speaking to BBC Sport: "It is not what we set out to do at the start of the season but we will have to take it (fourth place).

    "It was a strange day, getting the job done, barring a  mathematical freak, we have Champions League football next season.

    "At the start of the season, well into this season we were well in the title race, but we let ourselves down, we will take positives of a trophy and semi-final of the Champions League, which was history for our club and we have Champions League next year and we have to take that.

    "I have enjoyed our time under Manuel, it was important we finished off a good three years working with him."

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    SMS Message: I can't believe I've just been watching the same team! Too little too late lads but well done to the Newcastle supporters, all that passion and commitment in the stands pity it's not been on the pitch this season! Now we want to know will Rafa stay?? from Frustrated Newcastle fan!
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    Man Utd A-A Bournemouth

    Conor McNamara

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    "The Bournemouth players were originally told a device had been found on the roof of Old Trafford, Then they were told a phone was found taped to a pipe in a toilet at Old Trafford."

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    SMS Message: Been a Spurs fan for the 50 years since we last won the league but losing 5-1 today, and going all Spursy again suggests to me we are more likely to go backwards again next year! Finishing 3rd w Arsenal 2nd makes the season a disappointment overall!!! from Anonymous
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