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Live Coverage: Premier League final day - as it happened

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Relive Sports Mole's live text coverage of the final day of Premier League action, as Manchester City pipped Liverpool to the title.
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Welcome to Sports Mole's live text coverage of the final day of Premier League action.

All eyes are on the top of the division as a thrilling title race between defending champions Manchester City and challengers Liverpool goes right down to the wire.

City head to Brighton & Hove Albion sitting a point better off than the Reds, who play host to Wolverhampton Wanderers at Anfield.

There is still some work for Tottenham Hotspur to do if they are to hold off North London rivals Arsenal and finish fourth, meanwhile, and there will be plenty of jostling for position elsewhere on what should be an entertaining final day.

Follow all of the action as it unfolds up and down the land with our extensive updates below.

Hello and welcome to Sports Mole's live text coverage of the final day of Premier League action.

All eyes are on the top of the division as a thrilling title race between defending champions Manchester City and challengers Liverpool goes right down to the wire.

City head to Brighton & Hove Albion sitting a point better off than the Reds, who play host to Wolverhampton Wanderers at Anfield.

There is still some work for Tottenham Hotspur to do if they are to hold off North London rivals Arsenal and finish fourth, meanwhile, and there will be plenty of jostling for position elsewhere on what should be an entertaining final day.

FINAL DAY FIXTURES!

Brighton vs. Man City

Burnley vs. Arsenal

Crystal Palace vs. Bournemouth

Fulham vs. Newcastle

Leicester vs. Chelsea

Liverpool vs. Wolves

Man United vs. Cardiff

Southampton vs. Huddersfield

Spurs vs. Everton

Watford vs. West Ham

BRIGHTON VS. MAN CITY

With the three relegation spots wrapped up, seventh place sorted and the top-four battle effectively over - more on that a little later - there is no doubt that the main focus of today's games is on the title race.

One of Man City or Liverpool face missing out on the title with a record amount of points for a runner-up. Heading into their trip to Brighton, City's fate is in their own hands as they know that a 14th league win in a row will ensure they finish top of the pile in successive seasons.

LIVERPOOL VS. WOLVES

Liverpool face the tougher of the two fixtures when comparing their home match against Wolves, who have made a habit of taking points off big-six sides this term, with City's trip to lowly Brighton.

The Reds have momentum on their side thanks to their incredible comeback win against Barcelona in midweek; all they can do now is beat Wanderers and just hope that Brighton pull off a big upset by holding the Citizens.

MANAGERS' COMMENTS!

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola: "I am so happy. No nerves at all. I was nervous before the Liverpool game [on January 3], seven points behind and we could be 10 points behind. It was 'Aah', it will be so difficult. But I'm not nervous now, no way. I sleep like a little boy.

"It is a dream, a privilege. I love it. The whole of England will be watching, probably Europe. It is in our hands now. We have to deserve to win the game. The players know it. It is not necessary to tell them. Most of the time we played after Liverpool, but it didn't matter."

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp: "The difference between City, us and other teams, who are for sure quality-wise not worse, is consistency. That's why we have the points we have. If you lose one game so far, it's exceptional, and City didn't draw many obviously.

"But it's about becoming champions, not collecting 500 points. If next year somebody is champion with 65 or 70 points, it's deserved and it will have been a difficult season in another manner. This year, we have to win each game to have a chance. I don't know if that will happen a lot more."

LIVERPOOL TEAM NEWS!

STARTING XI: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Van Dijk, Matip, Robertson; Wijnaldum, Henderson, Fabinho; Salah, Mane, Origi

SUBS: Mignolet, Lovren, Milner, Gomez, Sturridge, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Shaqiri

Liverpool show two a couple of changes from their 4-0 win over Barcelona on Tuesday night as Wijnaldum and Salah return in place of Milner and Shaqiri. There is still no Firmino for the Reds but they showed against Barca in midweek that they can cope without their key men.

MANCHESTER CITY TEAM NEWS!

STARTING XI: Ederson; Walker, Kompany, Laporte, Zinchenko; David Silva, Gundogan, Bernardo Silva; Mahrez, Aguero, Sterling

SUBS: Muric, Danilo, Stones, De Bruyne, Sane, Otamendi, Jesus

Just the one change for Man City, as Guardiola replaces Foden with Mahrez. That change will see Bernardo Silva drop into a midfield three alongside namesake David and makeshift holding midfielder Gundogan. Sane is joined on the bench by the returning De Bruyne.

LEICESTER VS. CHELSEA

There is not a great deal to play for at the King Power Stadium on the face of it, as Leicester can no longer finish in seventh - which may be enough for a Europa League spot - and Chelsea are assured of a top-four finish.

There is some interesting team news from the East Midlands, though, as Hazard is named on the bench for the visitors. Sarri may already have one eye on the upcoming Europa League final clash with Arsenal.

Three points for Chelsea will be enough to hold off Tottenham for a third-place finish, which has to be considered a decent return for Sarri in an up-and-down campaign.

FINAL DAY STATS!

The destiny of the title has been decided on the final day in six previous Premier League seasons, with the champions finishing just a single point clear on four occasions - and even closer one year.

The narrowest margin was on that incredible afternoon in May 2012, when Roberto Mancini's Man City side scored twice in injury time to beat Queens Park Rangers 3-2 to win the title on goal difference.

This season is the first time a runner-up would have collected 90 points or more during the modern era - the previous record being 89 by Man United in 2011-12.

Guardiola's last four titles have been won by a margin of at least 10 points, but this season is the joint-closest race he has ever been involved in - only one of his previous seven league title wins decided on the final day.

In 2010, Guardiola's Barcelona side led Real Madrid by one point going into the final day - they went on to win 4-0 at home to Real Valladolid, while Manuel Pellegrini's Madrid could only draw at Malaga.

PREVIEWS!

➡️ BRIGHTON VS. MAN CITY

➡️ BURNLEY VS. ARSENAL

➡️ LEICESTER VS. CHELSEA

➡️ LIVERPOOL VS. WOLVES

➡️ MAN UNITED VS. CARDIFF

➡️ SPURS VS. EVERTON

SPURS VS. EVERTON!

Tottenham have been on a dreadful run of form domestically, winning just three of their last 11 games and losing seven of those.

Despite that, though, they are three points clear of fifth-placed Arsenal - the only side able to catch them in the final Champions League spot - and boast a better goal difference of +8.

That means Spurs will be assured of a place in UEFA's showpiece competition if they avoid a heavy defeat at home to the Toffees, who have looked better of late but are still some way short of being realistic top-six contenders next season.

BURNLEY VS. ARSENAL

Last weekend's 1-1 home draw with Brighton effectively ended Arsenal's hopes of overhauling Tottenham, meaning that the Gunners will have to win the Europa League if they want to compete in the Champions League next season.

It says it all about Emery's priorities over the next few weeks that the likes of Ozil, Sokratis and Torreira have all been left out for the trip to Turf Moor.

Nacho Monreal captains the Gunners and 19-year-old midfielder Joe Willock makes his first start of the season.

For what it is worth, Burnley can climb one place into 14th if results go their way today.

SOCIAL MEDIA COVERAGE!





MAN UNITED VS. CARDIFF!

The best United can hope for today is victory against already-relegated Cardiff and Arsenal to slip up at Burnley. If that happens, the Red Devils will finish fifth - not sixth, where they currently sit.

It has been a terrible campaign for United; one that marginally improved when Solskjaer took over from Mourinho in December but then reverted to what has become the norm.

The big team news from Old Trafford is that Mason Greenwood becomes the youngest player to start a Premier League game for United at 17 years and 223 days.

PREDICTIONS!

Brighton vs. Man City: Brighton have performed admirably against the likes of Spurs and Arsenal in recent weeks, but we think that it will be one-way traffic in City's favour this weekend. The Seagulls may keep City out during the early stages of the contest, but expect the visitors to run riot if they can find a breakthrough. 0-3.

Burnley vs. Arsenal: Burnley will certainly be the fresher of the two teams having not played since last Friday. Arsenal's excellent record against the Clarets cannot be ignored, though, and we fancy a low-scoring draw. 1-1.

Leicester vs. Chelsea: Leicester were excellent in their last home game against Arsenal, and we fancy the Foxes to collect all three points against a Chelsea side that have already booked their spot in the top four. 1-2.

Liverpool vs. Wolves: Liverpool may find it difficult to raise their game given their exploits earlier this week, but Klopp's men should still have enough in the tank to see off a Wolves outfit who could struggle to perform at their usual high level. 3-1.

Man United vs. Cardiff: United and Solskjaer may be prepared to field some of their younger players, but we still feel that a positive result will be recorded at the Theatre of Dreams. Cardiff are still conceding too many goals, and a fresh-looking home side may relish the opportunity to stake their claim for places ahead of next season. 3-1.

Spurs vs. Everton: It would not be a surprise to see Everton collect all three points when considering the circumstances heading into Sunday's match. However, we fancy the score draw this weekend, which both managers would probably take if it were offered ahead of kickoff. 2-2.

BEST OF THE REST!

On top of the six aforementioned fixtures, there are four other matches taking place in the Premier League today.

Crystal Palace play host to Bournemouth, aiming to improve on what is a terrible home record. Both teams have had ups and down this term and will be looking to end the campaign on a high.

Newcastle travel to Fulham content with their campaign, having recovered from a poor start to climb up the division to their current standing of 14th - five places higher than their relegated opponents.

Southampton are another side to have achieved their aim of staying up, which for a while did not look as thought it would be possible. Huddersfield went down with a whimper, meanwhile, though they did at least give hope for the future by taking a point off Man United last time out.

Meanwhile, Watford will be looking to carry some momentum into next weekend's FA Cup final clash against Man City by taking three points off fellow mid-table side West Ham.

OPTA STATS!






COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF!

There is now less than 10 minutes to go until kickoff in the final round of matches of a thrilling 2018-19 Premier League campaign.

We have been treated to a thrilling title race right from the opening weekend of the campaign, while the battle for the top four has also contained plenty of spills and thrills.

It all comes to an end in the next couple of hours, and we will have all bases covered for you here at Sports Mole. Fingers crossed for some final-day drama!

LIVE COVERAGE!

We will be covering all 10 games right here, but if you would rather focus on the matches involving title chasers Manchester City and Liverpool, you can do so by clicking on the links below.

➡️ LIVE: BRIGHTON VS. MAN CITY

➡️ LIVE: LIVERPOOL VS. WOLVES

OUT ON THE PITCH!

Both sets of players are now out on the field at the Amex Stadium and Anfield, with kickoff now just a few minutes away.

Here is a reminder of the team news for Man City and Liverpool for their games with Brighton and Wolves respectively.

LIVERPOOL XI: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Van Dijk, Matip, Robertson; Wijnaldum, Henderson, Fabinho; Salah, Mane, Origi

MAN CITY XI: Ederson; Walker, Kompany, Laporte, Zinchenko; David Silva, Gundogan, Bernardo Silva; Mahrez, Aguero, Sterling

KICKOFF!

We are officially up and running in all 10 Premier League matches. Goals can usually be expected on the final day and we will cover each and every one of them as they go in up and down the down the land on the most hectic day of the year.

GOAL!  SPURS 1-0 EVERTON (ERIC DIER, 3)

Everton fail to clear Lamela's corner and Dier is there to hammer the home from close range. We have the first Premier League goal of the day, inside three minutes!

Patricio is forced into an early save to keep out Origi's shot at Anfield. At the Amex Stadium, City are probing away but have yet to create anything of note. Six minutes in and it is already incredibly tense on the south coast!
Wolves are struggling to get the ball out of their own half of the field, with Liverpool dominating possession at Anfield. It is a similar story at the Amex Stadium, where Man City are seemingly shaping up in a 4-4-1-1 formation, not 4-3-3 as expected - Guardiola never does things the simple way, does he?

GOAL!  NEWCASTLE 1-0 FULHAM (JONJO SHELVEY, 9)

Newcastle win a corner and it is controlled by Shelvey, who picks out the top corner of the net from the edge of the box. Superb strike from a player who has had a disappointing campaign.

GOAL!  NEWCASTLE 2-0 FULHAM (AYOZE PEREZ, 12)

Rico is unable to keep hold of Atsu's shot and Perez has a simple finish. What a fantastic end to the season the Spaniard is having.

GOAL!  WATFORD 0-1 WEST HAM (MARK NOBLE, 16)

There is a breakthrough goal in the game at Vicarage Road as Noble plays a one-two with Antonio and slams the ball past Foster with his left foot.

GOAL!  LIVERPOOL 1-0 WOLVES (SADIO MANE, 17)

A brilliant campaign for Mane gets even better as he fires home from six yards after a dangerous cross into the box from Alexander-Arnold. As things stand Liverpool are going to win their first Premier League title!

The pressure is now very much on Man City, who have not really come that close to scoring. Ryan just kept out a long-range effort from Sterling but the visitors are going to have to step things up if they are to find a way through.

Remember, as things stand they are second and Liverpool are top. That is how close the title race is!

GOAL!  MAN UNITED 0-1 CARDIFF (NATHANIEL MENDEZ-LAING, 23)

There is a surprise result on the cards as Cardiff have taken the lead at Old Trafford through a Mendez-Laing penalty. The winger was brought down by Dalot in the box and dusted himself down to convert from 12 yards.

GOAL!  CRYSTAL PALACE 1-0 BOURNEMOUTH (MICHY BATSHUAYI, 25)

Zaha's cross deflects into the path of Batshuayi, who volleys into the back of the net with a fine finish. Palace are on course for a rare home win.

GOAL!  BRIGHTON 1-0 MAN CITY (GLENN MURRAY, 27)

BRIGHTON HAVE TAKEN THE LEAD AGAINST MAN CITY!!!

Murray rises highest at the front post to head the ball past Ederson, who perhaps could have done more to keep it out. Guardiola takes his cardigan off and rolls up his sleeves - he has work to do!

GOAL!  BRIGHTON 1-1 MAN CITY (SERGIO AGUERO, 28)

MAN CITY BACK ON LEVEL TERMS!!

Brighton's lead lasts for all of 90 seconds as Aguero gets on the end of a smart flick from David Silva and fires the ball through the legs of Ryan with the angle against him.

Despite that Aguero leveller, Liverpool still sit top of the table as they are in front against Wolves. The match at Anfield has gone a little quiet since Mane opened the scoring; not so at the Amex Stadium where City are pushing for a second.

GOAL!  CRYSTAL PALACE 2-0 BOURNEMOUTH (MICHY BATSHUAYI, 34)

Batshuayi doubles his and Palace's tally for the day with a finish from inside the six-yard box following some good link-up play between Zaha and Wan-Bissaka.

Man City were well on top after equalising but Brighton are starting to take back a little control of the match. There is a huge 10 minutes or so to go in that game before half time.

At Anfield, Salah volleys over the crossbar from the edge of the box. Klopp would like a second goal just so that he knows his half of the bargain is complete.

GOAL!  BRIGHTON 1-2 MAN CITY (AYMERIC LAPORTE, 38)

MAN CITY TAKE THE LEAD!!!

Laporte heads home the corner to put Man City ahead for the first time today. It was a simple header for the centre-back five yards from goal - arguably the biggest goal of his career so far if it proves to be the title-clincher.

GOAL!  CRYSTAL PALACE 3-0 BOURNEMOUTH (JACK SIMPSON, OG, 38)

Zaha carries the ball forward, shoots and sees his effort saved. However, it rebounds off Simpson and ends up in the back of the net. Bournemouth are heading for another proper thumping!

GOAL!  WATFORD 0-2 WEST HAM (MANUEL LANZINI, 40)

Lanzini doubles West Ham's tally. Antonio showed great strength to hold off a few defenders and get a shot away.

The ball came back off the crossbar but Lanzini converted the rebound to end an injury-hit campaign on a high.

GOAL!  SOUTHAMPTON 1-0 HUDDERSFIELD (NATHAN REDMOND, 41)

Redmond cuts in from the left-hand side and sends a curling shot into the far corner of the net. There has already been some stunning strikes today - this being one of them.

GOAL!  CRYSTAL PALACE 3-1 BOURNEMOUTH (JEFFERSON LERMA, 45)

Bournemouth pull one back just before half time at Selhurst Park through a 30-yard bullet from Lerma right into the top corner of the net. There is little to play for in South London but the fans are certainly being treated.

HALF-TIME SCORES!

BRIGHTON 1-2 MAN CITY
BURNLEY 0-0 ARSENAL
CRYSTAL PALACE 3-1 BOURNEMOUTH
FULHAM 0-2 NEWCASTLE
LEICESTER 0-0 CHELSEA
LIVERPOOL 1-0 WOLVES
MAN UNITED 0-1 CARDIFF
SOUTHAMPTON 1-0 HUDDERSFIELD
SPURS 1-0 EVERTON
WATFORD 0-2 WEST HAM

There were 15 first-half goals in total, three of those coming at the Amex Stadium. Man City fell behind to a Murray header but responded instantly through Aguero's strike, before taking the lead 10 minutes later thanks to Laporte's header from five yards.

At Anfield, Liverpool hold a 1-0 lead over Wolves and are now relying on events down on the south coast. Mane scored after 17 minutes to settle the nerves but that one-goal advantage may not be enough.


RESTART!

All 10 games are back underway. As things stand, Man City will be crowned Premier League champions.

Brighton will have something to say about that, of course, but you have to fancy the Citizens to see out the job from this point.

GOAL!  WATFORD 1-2 WEST HAM (GERARD DEULOFEU, 47)

Zabaleta makes a mistake at the back and Deulofeu reacts quickest as he rounds Fabianski and slots the ball into an empty net. Game on at Vicarage Road!

Alexander-Arnold nearly catches out Patricio but he only picks out the side-netting with his attempt. At the Amex Stadium, meanwhile, Man City have started the second half on top but are no closer to scoring a third goal.

LIVE: BRIGHTON VS. MAN CITY

LIVE: LIVERPOOL VS. WOLVES

RED CARD!  JOSE HOLEBAS SENT OFF FOR WATFORD!

Minutes after getting themselves back in the game through Deulofeu's goal, Watford defender Holebas is shown a red card for bringing down Antonio, who was through on goal.

West Ham lead 2-1 in Hertfordshire with 40 minutes to play in that one.


Brighton are struggling to get the ball out of their own half and it seems to be a case of when, rather than if, City will score a third. At Anfield, Wolves are carrying a threat but they have not done enough to warrant a goal.
GOAL!  MAN UNITED 0-2 CARDIFF CITY (NATHANIEL MENDEZ-LAING, 54)

Murphy is played through on goal by Reid and squares the ball to Mendez-Laing for his second goal of the match. What a terrible result that will be for United if it stays that way!


GOAL!  BURNLEY 0-1 ARSENAL (PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG, 52)

Aubameyang reaches 30 goals for the season to give Arsenal a breakthrough goal at Turf Moor! Burnley defender Taylor slips and Aubameyang slots past Heaton to punish the hosts.

GOAL!  SOUTHAMPTON 1-1 HUDDERSFIELD (ALEX PRITCHARD)

Pritchard is rewarded for his high press as Southampton keeper Gunn is dispossessed and the Town midfielder has a simple finish into an empty net.

GOAL!  CRYSTAL PALACE 3-2 BOURNEMOUTH (JORDON IBE, 56)

Bournemouth were 3-0 down towards the end of the first half but they are now right back in the match as Ibe controls Smith's low pass and sends a deflected shot into the back of the net. Not as good as Lerma's strike but a goal all the same!

GOAL!  FULHAM 0-3 NEWCASTLE (FABIAN SCHAR, 61)

This is not exactly how Scott Parker pictured his first game in permanent charge going. Schar grabs a third goal for the Magpies with a simple header. Mawson looked to be the player at fault for that latest goal.

GOAL!  BRIGHTON 1-3 MAN CITY (RIYAD MAHREZ, 64)

MAN CITY HAVE A TWO-GOAL LEAD!!!

That should do it! Mahrez, left out of the starting lineup in the title run-in up to this point, cuts inside on his right and somehow beats Ryan with a shot that should have been dealt with. It was not in the corner - Ryan will be disappointed. Guardiola is delighted!

GOAL!  BURNLEY 0-2 ARSENAL (PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG, 63)

Aubameyang doubles his tally for the day and is right in contention for the Golden Boot, level with Liverpool forward Salah. The Gabon international cannot stop scoring!

GOAL!  CRYSTAL PALACE 4-2 BOURNEMOUTH (PATRICK VAN AANHOLT, 65)

Goalscoring full-back Van Aanholt kills off Bournemouth's comeback by rounding off a move that he started, with a helping hand from star man Zaha.

GOAL!  BURNLEY 1-2 ARSENAL (ASHLEY BARNES, 65)

Barnes pulls one back for Burnley almost instantly as he heads the ball past Leno into the bottom corner. Arsenal have work to do if they are to end the domestic season with a win.

GOAL!  SPURS 1-1 EVERTON (THEO WALCOTT, 65)

Former Arsenal man Walcott cuts inside after being picked out by Sigurdsson and sends his shot into the bottom corner. Spurs have been punished for a slow start to the second half.


GOAL!  WATFORD 1-3 WEST HAM (MARKO ARNAUTOVIC, 72)

Anderson's first-time strike hits the post and Arnautovic is on hand to convert the rebound to keep his strong end to the season going. West Ham should be home and dry against the 10-man hosts.

GOAL!  BRIGHTON 1-4 MAN CITY (ILKAY GUNDOGAN, 72)

MAN CITY ON THE BRINK!

Gundogan sends a free kick over the wall and into the back of the net to give City some further breathing space. Brighton now require three goals if Liverpool are to win the title.

GOAL!  TOTTENHAM 1-2 EVERTON (CENK TOSUN, 72)

Keane meets Sigurdsson's corner, Lloris makes a fine save but Tosun bundles the ball over the line. Tottenham's poor league form looks set to continue.

GOAL!  CRYSTAL PALACE 4-3 BOURNEMOUTH (JOSHUA KING, 73)

There is no doubt about what the game of the day is in the Premier League! The seven goal at Selhurst Park is scored by King, who arrives at the back post to convert Mepham's flick-on.

GOAL!  TOTTENHAM 2-2 EVERTON (CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN, 75)

Eriksen scores a fine free kick to get Tottenham on level terms just three minutes after they fell behind. Pochettino's men now have 15 minutes to find a winner.


GOAL!  WATFORD 1-4 WEST HAM (MARK NOBLE, 79)

Antonio is brought down in the box and Noble successfully converts the penalty to ensure that Pellegrini's men will end the season with a win. Watford have a week to pick themselves up ahead of the FA Cup final.

GOAL!  CRYSTAL PALACE 5-3 BOURNEMOUTH (ANDROS TOWNSEND, 81)

The goals continue to fly in at Selhurst Park as Zaha breaks past a couple of opposition men and sets up Townsend to do the rest.

GOAL!  LIVERPOOL 2-0 WOLVES (SADIO MANE)

LIVERPOOL SEE OFF WOLVES!

Alexander-Arnold sends in another delicious cross, which Mane is once again there to meet in the six-yard box. Liverpool are home and dry against Wolves but it will not matter in the grand scheme of things.


GOLDEN BOOT RACE!

Mane, Salah and Aubameyang are now all level on 22 goals in the race for the Golden Boot! There are 10 minutes to go in the games involving those three players and you would fancy at least one of them to score again.

There are five minutes to go at the Amex Stadium and Anfield and it is fair to say that the title race is now over. Man City will become the first side in a decade to retain the Premier League, while for Liverpool they now have to focus on success in the Champions League.
There is just one game we have yet to mention today - the match between Leicester and Chelsea that remains goalless with a few minutes to go. In fact, the goals have dried up everywhere over the last five minutes!

Man City are still 4-1 up at Brighton and Liverpool are two goals to the good at home to Wolves.

GOAL!  FULHAM 0-4 NEWCASTLE (SALOMON RONDON, 89)

Newcastle have a fourth against Scott Parker's Fulham through Rondon's finish from a tight angle after initially being denied by Rico. Will that be the final Premier League goal of the season?

FULL TIME:  MANCHESTER CITY ARE 2018-19 PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS!!!
The full-time whistle sounds at the Amex Stadium... Man City are back-to-back Premier League champions! It has been an incredible title race that went right down to the final game.

The Citizens trailed 1-0 but they hit back in style to give themselves some breathing space in the end, winning 4-1 on the south coast.

GOAL!  BURNLEY 1-3 ARSENAL (EDDIE NKETIAH)

The final goal of the 2018-19 Premier League season is scored by Arsenal youngster Nketiah. It is the teenager's first top-flight goal and it ensures Arsenal will come away from Turf Moor with all three points.

FULL-TIME RESULTS!

BRIGHTON 1-4 MAN CITY
BURNLEY 1-3 ARSENAL
CRYSTAL PALACE 5-3 BOURNEMOUTH
FULHAM 0-4 NEWCASTLE
LEICESTER 0-0 CHELSEA
LIVERPOOL 2-0 WOLVES
MAN UNITED 0-2 CARDIFF
SOUTHAMPTON 1-1 HUDDERSFIELD
SPURS 1-1 EVERTON
WATFORD 1-4 WEST HAM

That concludes Sports Mole's coverage of today's Premier League action. Thanks for joining us and be sure to come back in 30 minutes' time for updates from the La Liga games involving Barcelona and Real Madrid. See you then!

➡️ FULL-TIME REPORT: BRIGHTON 1-4 MAN CITY

➡️ FULL-TIME REPORT: LIVERPOOL 2-0 WOLVES



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