Crystal Palace 4 – 0 Hull City
West Ham United 0 – 4 Liverpool
Tottenham Hotspur 2 – 1 Manchester United
- Tottenham Hotspur 2 – 1 Manchester United
Goals from Victor Wanyama and Harry Kane earned Tottenham victory over Manchester United in their final game at White Hart Lane.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side had already secured second place in the table, but wanted to leave their current ground, where they have spent 118 years, on a high by staying unbeaten there this season.
Wanyama got Spurs off to the best possible start with a header five minutes in and Kane doubled their lead early in the second half, flicking home from a Christian Eriksen free-kick.
Captain Wayne Rooney gave Man United hope of a recovery when he poked in from Anthony Martial’s delivery, but they were unable to spoil the leaving party.
United knew before kick-off that their chances of finishing in the top four were over after Liverpool’s 4-0 win over West Ham earlier in the day.
They can still qualify for the Champions League if they win the Europa League, but Jose Mourinho will have to settle for fifth or sixth place in his first season at the club.
- West Ham United 0 – 4 Liverpool
Liverpool beat West Ham at the London Stadium to move back into third place as striker Daniel Sturridge scored his first goal since January.
Philippe Coutinho’s sublime pass on the half-hour mark cut open the Hammers defence and picked out an unmarked Sturridge who went around goalkeeper Adrian before slotting home.
The Brazilian then scored two of his own after the break before Divock Origi fired in a fourth to complete the Liverpool procession.
Victory against Middlesbrough on the final day of the season will guarantee Liverpool a Champions League place in 2017-18.
Sturridge, starting for the first time since January, christened his return with a goal as Liverpool dominated possession throughout.
- Crystal Palace 4 – 0 Hull City
Crystal Palace secured their Premier League status and relegated Hull City in the process with an emphatic 4-0 victory onNissan Super Sunday.
In a game they could ill-afford to lose, Hull got off to a nightmare start as Andrea Ranocchia’s third-minute error presented Wilfried Zaha with the opener, before Christian Benteke notched his sixth goal in nine games on 34 minutes.
Hull were incensed Zaha was not penalised for handball in the build-up to Palace’s second, while they were also denied a penalty for Jason Puncheon’s clear handball.
Marco Silva threw two extra forwards on at half-time but it was too little, too late for the toothless Tigers as a Luka Milivojevic penalty and Patrick van Aanholt’s late strike settled the contest.
The result sees Hull join Sunderland and Middlesbrough in the Sky Bet Championship and maintains Sam Allardyce’s record of never being relegated from the top-flight.