Longest Premier League Season Ever, See How It All Ended

The premier league in England this season has climaxed with Liverpool winning the title but then what were the final day saga like?

In the UEFA champions league race, it all finished as it was on matchday 37 as wins for both Man Utd and Chelsea saw them clinch the final top spot to join Liverpool and Man City as England’s representatives.

Leicester City 2-0 lose to Man Utd will see them play in the UEFA Europa League next season while the 2-0 win for Chelsea over Wolves will ensure that Nuno Espirito Santos side wait for the outcome of the FA Cup final to determine if they will be in the UEL next season.

In the relegation battle, a 1-1 draw was enough for Aston Villa against West Ham to avoid relegation all because Arsenal defeated Watford 3-2 as the Hornets went down the Championship.

With the outcome, AFC Bournemouth and Watford joined Norwich City as the relegated teams.

Leicester City Jamie Vardy won the Golden boot award with 23 goals as he saw off competition from Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang whose brace against Watford wasn’t enough for him to share the award with Vardy having finished on 22 goals.

Manchester City goalkeeper, Ederson won the Golden Glove award having finished with 16 clean sheets while Kevin De Bruyne equalled Thierry Henry’s record of 20 PL assists.

The season was the longest ever in the history of the premier league as it panned out for over 10 months.

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