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Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night

    Huddersfield are safe, it's looking like relegation for Swansea and it's looking like fifth place for Chelsea.

    See you tomorrow!

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    James: Pretty much the most embarrassing season I can remember from Arsenal since I've watched them from the late 70's. Our away record is shameful and totally sums up the resolve and commitment within the team. Rubbish!!

    Anon: Might be an overreaction but we need a statue of Wagner outside Huddersfield's stadium! Amazing! UTT

    Mark: Points per pound spent makes Poch manager of the season

  3. Post update

    Man City 3-1 Brighton

    Manchester City

    Pep Guardiola says that his side - on a record 97 points now - want the ton up at the weekend to complete an 'almost perfect season.'

  4. 'We cannot replace him'

    FT: Leicester 3-1 Arsenal

    Leicester City

    Asked whether tonight's result may ease some of the pressure from fans, Leicester manager Claude Puel said: "No comment. It is not my concern, it was just a win for the players and they wanted to give a reward to the fans. Congratulations to my players because they put in place all of the good ingredients to win the game."

    In tribute to Arsene Wenger, Puel said: "He can win his last game with Arsenal and I would like to give him my congratulations for all of his great work with the club. He was fantastic over 22 years and we cannot replace him."

  5. 'For once we had a decision go for us'

    FT: Leicester 3-1 Arsenal

    Leicester City

    LCFC goal

    Leicester manager Claude Puel said: "Firstly the performance was important today because we wanted to make amends after the last game. We showed the difference when we have desire and conviction in our play. It was important for our last game at home to give our fans a good reward for their support all season."

    Asked about the Konstantinos Mavropanos sending off, Puel said: "I think for once we had a decision go for us. In our last game we had a lot of harsh decisions against us, but it wasn't just down to that one decision because we started this game with good quality and speed in our play."

  6. Yaya staying in the Prem?

    Man City 3-1 Brighton

    Manchester City


    Yaya Toure On the title win..

    “It’s perfect, I think the club deserves that and the fans deserve that.

    “I think they recognise what I’ve done for the club. I will be back for sure. (back as a fan)”

    On remaining in the Premier League

    “Yeah I love the competition and I love the games, the most important thing is I will be back at City as this is my club."

  7. Post update

    Chelsea 1-1 Huddersfield

    Apparently David Wagner has said that the Huddersfield players have opted to go back by bus rather than the scheduled plane, so they can get the beers in. "More than one!"

  8. 'He deserves a long period of enjoying life'

    FT: Leicester 3-1 Arsenal


    Speaking to Sky Sports about news of Sir Alex Ferguson coming out of intensive care, Arsene Wenger said: "It is very fantastic news and I'm very happy for that. It was a concern because he has worked very hard and he deserves a long period of enjoying life, and hopefully he can do that in good shape."

  9. "The best footballing side I have seen"

    Man City 3-1 Brighton

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium

    Brighton boss Chris Hughton has just been asked where he thought this Manchester City side rank compared to other successful teams he has faced in his 40 years as a player, coach and manager.

    “Probably only time will tell,” Hughton said. “They are, I think, the best footballing side that I have seen, certainly in the Premier League, and they just have an abundance and a way of playing.

    “The biggest asset of their game is their pace and intensity, and that is both ways.

    "They have quality players and sometimes when you have gifted players they might not be so good without the ball but this is a team that when they lose possession, even the gifted players that they have work hard to get the ball back."

  10. 'It destroys me the Premier League has voted against VAR'

    FT: Leicester 3-1 Arsenal


    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said: "Overall I believe we played a great game today. Even with 10 against 11 we should win the game. I'm convinced what changed the game was the penalty. I have complaints about the red card as well but I think we dealt well with the situation. I would like to praise the team for the spirit they showed tonight."

    "There is always a reason for the defeat, but if you isolate each game, it is unfortunate what happened tonight. I think the Premier League has voted against VAR and it is upsetting. It destroys me because we were in front of the rest of the world, and now we want to be behind."

    Asked whether it has sunk in that he will be leaving this summer, Wenger replied: "Yes, slowly, the last three or four weeks have been step-by-step so you have time to adjust. I realise it now. It was very nice to hear applause from both sets of fans and I’m very grateful for that."

  11. Ouch...

    Chelsea 1-1 Huddersfield

    Not great reading for Chelsea players. Here's how they rated...

  12. 'A massive achievement'

    Tottenham 1-0 Newcastle

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, speaking to BBC Sport: "It is a massive achievement to qualify again. I want to congratulate the players. I also want to congratulate all the staff. It is a massive effort. 38 games away from home is a huge effort. Next season it will be fantastic for Tottenham to be playing in a new stadium and in the Champions League.

    "The pressure was for us and maybe it was not a great game. But to finish in the top four and maybe top three, we have to be realistic and be thankful to the players for their achievement.

    "We play a team that were playing for nothing and so deep and sometimes it is difficult to have patience to play and build and to try to win."

  13. 'We believed the impossible was possible'

    Chelsea 1-1 Huddersfield

    Huddersfield Town

    David Wagner

    Huddersfield boss David Wagner to MOTD: "This is an unbelievable achievement. We have a further season in the Premier League. Everyone knows the circumstances that our club compete with these top clubs. For sure, we had our luck, for sure, Chelsea were the better team. We stole a point but we needed it.

    "The dressing room has shown such togetherness all season, they always believed that in football the impossible is possible and we have done it. We didn't have to rely on other teams, we have done it on our own.

    "Nobody expected it apart from us. We expected to work our socks off and to show the spirit, the desire, the passion and the hunger and we got our reward. This is exaclty what we ask of ourselves. We know that our opponents have more individual quality so you have to find a solution.

    "We have improved over the season. We love games like this, we knew what we needed, a point. We were only in the bottom three once all season."

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    Phil: Spurs deserve some credit. A Season at Wembley, hoodoo ground and will supposedly finish sixth. Top four again. Well played

    Andy: When is St Totteringham's Day again?

  15. 'He wants us to move the ball quicker and we did that tonight'

    FT: Leicester 3-1 Arsenal

    Leicester City

    Leicester striker Jamie Vardy said: "Ahead of the game, we wanted to make sure we were passing the ball forward instead of keeping it at the back, and we have done that tonight. It was important to take some momentum into next season and it was our first win against Arsenal since our return to the Premier League. The last penalty I took against Cech, I went the other way, so I thought I would change it up."

    Asked about the supporters' criticism of Claude Puel, Vardy said: "We have got to look at ourselves and the way we have been playing, and it hasn’t been good enough. He wants us to move the ball quicker and we did that tonight.

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    Anon: Three consecutive top 4 finishes under Poch, on a modest fee and salary budget. It may not be silverware, but certainly not Spursy...

  17. Yaya's turn to applaud the crowd

    Man City 3-1 Brighton

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium


    City skipper Vincent Kompany has the last word, listing all the important goals that Yaya Toure scored for the club.

    It takes him a while... then it's time for Yaya to do a lap of honour, and his turn to applaud the crowd, who are still singing his name.

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    Kyle: Newcastle were brilliant tonight. We defended superbly and limited the Spurs chances and created plenty of chances to. We should have had a penalty as well and we definitely didn't deserve to lose tonight.

  19. 'A legend'

    Man City 3-1 Brighton

    Manchester City

    Yaya toure

    Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany: “Thank you for being such a wonderful team mate. If there is ever going to be a legend at this club it is this man.”

  20. 'We deserved more'

    Tottenham 1-0 Newcastle

    Newcastle United

    Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez, speaking to BBC Sport: "We deserved more. We put them under pressure. Against a good team. We were unlucky but it was a great performance. We wanted to do well. It has been a good season for us and we want to finish on a high. We tried hard.

    "These games that we have lost we were not worse than the other teams. It has been the same throughout the season. The games are close. Today was another example."