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Summary

  1. Voting is now closed
  2. MOTD pundits decide goal of season winner

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  1. Goodbye!

    Wow. What a season of thrills and spills! See you next season when Mr Lineker might be feeling very cold in the Match of the Day hotseat. All largely down to this man....

    See you in August!

    Leicester
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  3. Goal of the season

    Time to find out who wins the goal of the season...

    *drum roll please*

    Dele Alli! For THAT control, spin and volley at Crystal Palace. Excellent choice by the 100,000s of you who voted Alli in the three-goal shortlist and Messrs Shearer and Murphy...

    Dele Alli
  4. Man of the match

    West Brom 1-1 Liverpool

    Jonathan Leko

    Remember the name.

    At just 17 years old, Jonathan Leko took responsibility, demanding the ball and using it to good effect. 

    He was involved in 16 duels - only Claudio Yacob had more for the Baggies - and he regained possession eight times, the most of any West Brom player.

  5. Manager quotes

    West Brom 1-1 Liverpool

    Tony Pulis

    West Brom boss Tony Pulis looks like he has bringing in a new striker at the top of his agenda when he meets chairman Jeremy Peace in the coming weeks.

    "We created the chances but have not been able to put them away. We have to have that little bit more in the final third," he said.

    "I think this is a wonderful club with fantastic tradition. We have to improve, especially at the top end of the pitch."

  6. Manager quotes

    West Brom 1-1 Liverpool

    Jurgen Klopp

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says that his side's tally of 60 points - their lowest in the Premier League since 2011-12 - is not a fair reflection of how well they have performed.

    "We have got 60 points. We could have had more, everyone knows this," he said 

    "Could we have had less? No, I don't think so. If we don't play European football next season we have to use the time we have."  

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    West Brom 1-1 Liverpool

    West Brom paid tribute to the tenacity and determination of the families of those who died in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster at the match.

    Ninety-six seats - each named in honour of one of the victims - were placed in the away end and left unfilled.

    Seats

    Before kick-off former Liverpool - now West Brom - striker Rickie Lambert and club captain Darren Fletcher presented floral tributes in front of the away end.  

    Darren Fletcher and Rickie Lambert

    West Brom's fans also presented a banner commemorating their support.

    West Brom
  8. Ings back in the game

    West Brom 1-1 Liverpool

    Liverpool striker Danny Ings made his comeback for Liverpool after rupturing his knee ligaments in Jurgen Klopp's first training session at the club back in October.

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  10. The kids are alright

    West Brom 1-1 Liverpool

    Goal

    Not a particularly special match was punctuated by two pretty special goals.

    Jonathan Leko (no.45 in the left-hand graphic) set up Salomon Rondon for Albion's first with a jinking run and a clever reverse pass.

    Jordon Ibe (no. 33 in the right-hand graphic) charged from the half-way line before firing a low shot into the bottom corner for the leveller.

  11. Prince Leko

    West Brom 1-1 Liverpool

  12. Baby Baggies

    West Brom 1-1 Liverpool

  13. Team news

    West Brom 1-1 Liverpool

    West Brom are unchanged from the side that drew with Bournemouth last time out as Tony Pulis opts against promoting some of the club's youth players.

    Striker Saido Berahino is on the bench as Salomon Rondon continues in attack.

    West Brom XI: Foster, Olsson, Yacob, Evans, Gardner, McClean, McAuley, Fletcher, Dawson, Rondon, Leko.

    Subs: Myhill, Chester, Lambert, Berahino, Sandro, Roberts, Field.

    West brom

    The big news for Liverpool is on the bench rather than in the starting line-up.

    Captain Jordan Henderson is among the substitutes after sustaining knee ligament damage  in April with striker Danny Ings also on the bench.

    Adam Bogdan starts in goal, Joe Allen is in midfield and Christian Benteke starts up front as Jurgen Klopp names a pretty much second-string side with one eye on Wednesday's Europa League final.

    Liverpool XI: Bogdan, Flanagan, Skrtel, Lucas, Smith, Stewart, Allen, Brannagan, Ibe, Ojo, Benteke.

    Subs: Mignolet, Henderson, Ilori, Ings, Randall, Canos, Chirivella

    Liverpool
  14. Next up

    West Brom v Liverpool

    Our final game of the night. Our final game of the season.

    Where's that sad face emoji...

  15. We will bounce back - Neil

    Everton 3-0 Norwich

    Norwich City manager Alex Neil: "I think the first goal summed up our season.

    "We had a good break down the right and we put a great ball into Cameron [Jerome] who had a header the keeper collected comfortably, and then within 20 seconds the ball was in our net.

    "There were about three or four occasions when we could have stopped it, but defensively we didn't get back quick enough and stop the shot at goal.

    "I will now do everything in my power to make sure we're as strong as we can be for next season."

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    Video caption: Everton 3-0 Norwich City: Animosity gone at Everton - Neil
  16. The dream script - Unsworth

    Everton 3-0 Norwich

    Everton joint-interim manager David Unsworth: "If there was a script and I could have written it, it would have been exactly what happened today. I thought we were fantastic.

    "I'm very proud. I was delighted the team put that performance in and got the win. Even more so that we got the clean sheet for Tim [Howard].

    "It was a fitting ovation for Tim on the pitch. The players have done the same in the dressing room as well, which was a lovely touch."

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    Video caption: Everton youngsters 'outstanding' - David Unsworth
  17. Man of the match - Kieran Dowell

    Everton 3-0 Norwich

    Everton v Norwich

    Everton's 18-year-old midfielder Kieran Dowell was involved in two of Everton's three goals on his full Premier League debut. And his day has been made even sweeter by being named as the man of the match by BBC Sport's Neil Johnston.

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    Everton 3-0 Norwich

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    Everton 3-0 Norwich

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    Everton 3-0 Norwich

    Born in the USA...American Boy...there was a strong theme in Goodison's musical selection today. And the Tim Howard Tribute Day (we've just made that title up) continued with Stars and Stripes dotted around the stadium.

    Everton