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Premier League final day: Hull relegated, Newcastle survive, Chelsea lift trophy, Liverpool hit for sixAnd breathe. The final day of the season was every bit fraught as we expected, with interest

up and down the Premier League on what the PR men dubbed Super Sunday. At the bottom, Newcastle clawed their way to safety courtesy of a 2-0 win over West Ham – a result that put the final nail in Hull Citys coffin. At the opposite end of the table, Chelsea lifted the trophy after victory over Sunderland, while Arsenal and Manchester City both signed off with wins. There was no such joy for Liverpool, however: the Reds were hit for six by rampant Stoke. Here is the story of the day: Best pictures of the final day of the seasonView gallery Newcastle survive There were 53 minutes of nervy, tense action at St James Park. Newcastle knew a win would be enough to secure their top-flight status, but for all their efforts looked to be lacking some cutting edge in attack. Emmanuel Riviere – surprisingly preferred to Ayoze Perez in attack – was the main culprit, firing wide early on before missing a golden chance at the start of the second half as Newcastle finally built up a head of steam. Newcastle v West HamView gallery Relief eventually arrived, however: Jonas Gutierrez swung a cross over from the left and Moussa Sissoko climbed highest to power a header past Adrian. Vurnon Anita did his best to add to the nerves with a horrific squandered breakaway but Gutierrez put the result beyond doubt, hitting a deflected second late on. His celebrations were as memorable as they were well deserved. This has been a season to forget for the Magpies, but what a way to finish it. What a moment: Gutierrez enjoys his goal at St James Park ...but Mike Ashley says hes staying put Mike Ashley made a rare media appearance before Newcastles game, to insist that he will not sell the club until they qualify for the Champions League or win a major trophy. Asked about his ambitions, Ashley said: To defi

nitely win something and, by the way, I wont be selling (the club) until I do. (The club is not for sale) at any price. And when I say win something, if we

ever get into a position of being in a Champions League place, that also counts as winning something. From this day forward we will be making our own luck. Not going anywhere: Ashley is staying on Tyneside (Image: Reuters) Hull head for the Championship Steve Bruces side turned in a display of great desire at the KC Stadium but were ultimately to be disappointed as news filtered through from Tyneside. As it happened, the Tigers could not even keep up their side of the bargain: for all their efforts, they only had two or three clear-cut chances and were unable to beat Victor Valdes. There were tears at the fina

l whistle and understandably so; this is hardly a star-studded side but there will be a sense of regret about their relegation. When the dust settles, Bruce will think back to the 1-0 home defeat to Burnley. A win in that one would have kept them up. By such fine margins are these things decided. Day to forget: Bruce was relegated for the second time as a manager (Image: Matthew Ashton/AMA) West Ham pull the trigger on Sam Allardyce The Irons defeat to Newcastle was fairly inconsequential as far as their season goes, but there was more important news after the final whistle. Barely five minutes had passed after th

e game when West Ham released a statement saying they had parted company with manager Sam Allardyce, saying that they had decided not to renew his contract. At least Allardyce will be able to enjoy his summer holidays now... Walking away: Allardyce is leaving the club (Image: Reuters) Raheem Sterling dropped Under-fire Liverpool star Raheem Sterling was left out of the starting line-up for the Reds final day trip to Stoke and remained an unused sub throughout. Brendan Rodgers intimated that he left the winger out for his own benefit, saying: “A lot be

en made of the last couple of weeks. Weve got other young players very focused on the game. That didnt turn out so well (see below) and Sterling was booed by fans for his troubles. Ke

eping quiet: Sterling was left out by Liverpool (Image: Reuters / Ed Sykes) ...and Liverpool get annihilated Liverpool were utterly shellacked by Stoke City, conceding FIVE goals in a first half that must go down as one of the more one-sided of the whole season. But dont take it from me. Heres the view of our Merseyside correspondent, David Maddock: Ive been covering Liverpool for more than 25 years and I can not remember a worse performance than the first half here. It was disgusting, there is no other word for it. It wasnt just a shambles, it was an abject surrender. The way they collapsed physically was embarrassing. Ouch. Stoke City v LiverpoolView gallery Brendan Rodgers under pressure Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now The Liverpool boss was apologetic after that game, describing his sides display as awful. The supporters deserve an apology for that. We were too easily beaten, said Rodgers. The supporters have every right to be angry. We can have no complaints all of us. That was awful first half. If the owners want me to go, I go. it is as simple as that. But i still feel I have a lot to offer here. Performances like today dont help you. BOARDMAN:Rodgers should walk NOW Day to forget: Rodgers side were well beaten (Image: David Rawcliffe/Propaganda) Didier Drogba bows out for Chelsea Another Premier League goodbye: Didier Drogba played his final game Chelsea shirt. The Blues legend announced in an interview with the official Chelsea website that he wants to play one more season of professional football, but that it wont be at Stamford Bridge. I want to play for at least one more season and in order to play more football I feel I need to go to another club, said Drogba. All the fans know my love for Chelsea and I hope to be back here in the future in another role. Chelseas Ivorian striker Didier Drogba (C) is carried off the pitch by teammates (Image: Getty Images) He started again彩神pk10计划破解版手机版 st West Brom but came off after 28 minutes... in bizarre fashion. Drogba was lifted aloft by his team-mates – with Chelsea losing – and marched over to the touchline, to a standing ovation. Even Jose Mourinho looked confused! ...and the Blues lift the trophy Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now They won the title a fortnight ago, but there was no sign that the novelty had worn off as Chelsea lifted the Premier League trophy. Drogba led the celebrations as the fans enjoyed their moment in west London. Chelsea V SunderlandView gallery Theo Walcott reminds us of his abilities After a frustrating period warming the bench at Arsenal, Walcott ran through his repertoire in sensational style against West Brom. The 26-year-old started in place of the out-of-sorts Olivier Giroud at the Emirates and wasted no time in making his presence felt, netting a first-half hat-trick. Arsenal v West BromView gallery It

was a performance of real skill and quality – and one that comes just at the right time as far as he is concerned. Walcott is due to have talks over a new contract in the coming weeks, with speculation mounting that he may be on the way out of the club. If he needed some evidence that he can fit into this new-look Gunners side, Sundays display was surely it. ...and celebrates with the Arsenal physios Walcott and Jack Wilshere celebrated their strikes with the Arsenal physios. The pair have endured more than their share of injury woes over the last couple of seasons and made a point of hugging the medical staff following their goals against the Baggies. Walcott and Wilshere have both managed only 14 Premier League appearances this term. Healing hands: Wilshere and Walcott celebrated with the physios (Image: Reuters / Eddie Keogh) Frank Lampard captains Man City While Chelsea lifted the Premier League trophy, one of their former legends - and the clubs all-time top goalscorer - celebrated a milestone of his own. Frank Lampard made his final league appearance before moving to the US, starting in midfield for Manchester City against Southampton at the Etihad. To mark the occasion, Manuel Pellegrini decided to hand the 36-year-old the captains armband for the day. He certainly made the most of it, scoring the opener for the Blues in a 2-0 win. Premier League farewells:10 players leaving us Captain fantastic: Lampard took the armband for City (Image: Reuters) ...and Gerrard signs off with a goal Lampard wasnt the only member of the old boys club to score on the final day. Steven Gerrard had a day to forget overall but did manage one last goal for Liverpool... and even grabbed the ball and headed back to the halfway line in the hope of a comeback. Ever the fighter. Final act: Gerrard scored on a terrible day for Liverpool (Image: Getty Images) Radamel Falcao left out of Man United squad The Colombian forward did not even make the bench for the Red Devils, adding to speculation that he will soon be leaving the club. United later said that he had picked up an injury, meaning he may have played his last game in the Premier League. According to our very own David McDonnell, boss Louis van Gaal has decided against taking up the option. Falcao has scored just four times in 26 appearances for United this season, his poor goal return, 265,000-a-week wages and exorbitant transfer fee for a 29-year-old ultimately forcing the Reds to turn down the chance to sign him permanently. Over and out: Falcao appears to have played his last United game (Image: Reuters) ...and Di

Maria limps off Another player who may have signed off for United is Angel Di Maria. The Argentine, who started his first game since the FA Cup defeat to Arsenal, lasted less than 23 minutes at the KC Stadium before hobbing off with an injury. A frustrating day at the end of a frustrating season. Angel di Maria of Manchester United leaves the pitch with an injury (Image: Getty) Leicester, Spurs, Palace and Burnley end with wins Away from the headlines, there were positive final chapters for four sides who have enjoyed mixed fortunes this term. Bottom for so much of the season, Leicester went on a staggering run during springtime to pull away from the relegation picture and secure safety ahead of the final day. And Nigel Pearsons side signed off with something special for their fans, hitting five goals against Championship-bound QPR at the King Power Stadium. Crystal Palace have had a similarly good campaign and they also won in front of their own fans, seeing off Swansea at Selhurst Park. Tottenham and Burnley enjoyed successful away trips, beating Everton and Aston Villa respectively. poll loadingDo YOU think Brendan Rodgers should be sacked?21000+ VOTES SO FARYESNO Time LinePremier League

final day - as it happened14.50Mike Ashley speaks! The Newcastle boss surprises all with a pre-match interview, saying he wont leave until the club win trophies.15.05First of the day! Theo Walcott scores for Arsenal against West Brom.15.05Danny Ings scores again for Burnley, putting them one up ahead against Aston Villa15.14Walcott doubles Arsenals lead - 2-0 at the Emirates.15.16Jamie Vardy celebrates his England call-up with opening goal for Leicester against QPR.15.17Wilshere gives Arsenal a THIRD goal in his 100th game for the club.15.22Mame Diouf puts Stoke ahead against Liverpool in Gerrards last game.15.24Harry Kane scores again for Tottenham as they go one-up at Everton.15.26Fletcher puts Sunderland up at Chelsea. Will they be party poopers?15.26Diouf DOUBLES Stokes lead at home to Liverpool. 2-0.15.28Didier Drogba is carried off by his team-mates in bizarre mid-half goodbye.15.30Walters adds a THIRD in incredible start for Stoke. Gerrards Liverpool goodbye falling flat.15.31Frank Lampard, also waving goodbye to the Premier League, scores in his final game. Man City 1-0 Southampton.15.37Maybe Chelseas day wont be ruined after all. Diego Costa penalty levels things up.15.37Walcott completes a first-half HAT-TRICK as Arsenal go four-up against West Brom. How many will they finish with?15.41Charlie Adam makes it FOUR for Stoke, scoring against his old side. Liverpool in dire straights.15.43Leicester double their lead against QPR. Albrighton with the goal.15.45Five. FIVE. Stoke stick another past Liverpool, this time Steven Nzonzi.PEEEPAnd breathe. Half-time arrives.16.07Leicester go three-up as QPR go down in defeat. Ulloa with the strike.16.09And not content with three,

the Foxes add ANOTHER. 4-0. Cambiasso.16.11GOAL NEWCASTLE! Seconds after they wasted a golden chance, Newcastle go ahead. Sissoko scores and the Magpies look safe.16.13Itd all been a little bit quiet at Crystal Palace, but theyre now ahead. Chamakh puts them ahead against Swansea.16.14Charlie Austin scores again for QPR. But its 4-1.16.14And 4-1 at the Emirates, too. McAuley scores for West Brom.16.27Gerrard scores in final game! But theyre 5-1 down.16.27Normal services resumes at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea go ahead. Loic Remy with the goal, 2-1.16.32Fellaini OFF after nasty challenge on McShane. Hell miss the first three games of next season. But still 0-0.16.41Leicester go 5-1 up, Kramaric with the goal.16.41Game over. Season over. Newcastle are safe as Jonas Gutierrez scores - months after beating cancer. What a story.16.42Stoke SIX. And its Peter Crouch, a former Red himself, who scores it.16.44Aguero makes it 2-0 for Man City and secures the golden boot.16.46Chelsea 3-1 up - Remy with the strike.PEEP!Its all over. What an afternoon. Goals everywhere. Hull DOWN.West Sham! Big Sam goneAs Allardyce walks down the tunnel, West Ham publish a story saying he wont be staying on as manager. The story itself was published at 15.52 - whoops!And another on his way?After seeing his team lose 6-1 at Stoke, Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers admits if the owners want him to go, hell go.The final word for the championsChelsea are handed the Premier League trophy in incredible scenes at Stamford Bridge. The 2014/15 season is done and dusted.

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