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Barclays Premier League

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Hull relegated, Newcastle survive, Liverpool embarrassed at Stoke

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth breaks down the two matches with relegation implications where Newcastle hung on 2-0 against West Ham and Hull draw with Manchester United.

Hull City were relegated from the Premier League as Newcastle United stayed up, while Liverpool suffered a humiliating 6-1 loss at Stoke City in Steven Gerrard's final game for the club.

Moussa Sissoko and Jonas Gutierrez were Newcastle's heroes as they secured a 2-0 win for John Carver's team against West Ham to ensure the Magpies preserved their top-flight status.

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Emmanuel Riviere had a golden chance to put Newcastle in front early in the second half but he hit an air shot after good work...

 By Nick Ames

Around the Premier League in 90 minutes on the season's final day

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth breaks down the two matches with relegation implications where Newcastle hung on 2-0 against West Ham and Hull draw with Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth breaks down the two matches with relegation implications where Newcastle hung on 2-0 against West Ham and Hull draw with Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth recaps who clinched Europa League positions and how they did on the final Sunday of the season.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth recaps who clinched Europa League positions and how they did on the final Sunday of the season.

The Premier League does not tend to distil its drama these days. Eventualities, twists, turns and plotlines are stretched out in front of us like a particularly lavish buffet -- one that, over the course of a weekend, you can gorge upon to your heart's content, chewing over every development and taking things as slowly as you like.

That is why the final day of each season, on which all 10 matches are played simultaneously, feels at once like a shock to the system and something of a treasure trove....

Jonas Gutierrez inspires as Newcastle secure their Premier League status

Newcastle secured safety with an enthralling 2-0 victory over West Ham.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth breaks down the two matches with relegation implications where Newcastle hung on 2-0 against West Ham and Hull draw with Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth breaks down the two matches with relegation implications where Newcastle hung on 2-0 against West Ham and Hull draw with Manchester United.
Newcastle manager John Carver is jubilant after his side secured safety with a 2-0 victory over West Ham.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth reacts to the news of West Ham United parting ways with head coach Sam Allardyce.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Jonas Gutierrez (85') Newcastle 2-0 West Ham United
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Moussa Sissoko (54') Newcastle United 1-0 West Ham United

NEWCASTLE, England -- How fitting it was that Jonas Gutierrez lashed home the crucial second goal that put beyond doubt the protection of Newcastle United's Premier League status. In a year without too many positives for the club, his astonishing fight against testicular cancer has been an inspiration. On a day when a hero was needed, he was, in retrospect, the obvious candidate.

The Argentine's strike sealed the win, but there was something else on display at St. James' Park: A glimpse of what life...

 By David Usher

Steven Gerrard and Jordon Ibe best for Liverpool on a disastrous day vs. Stoke

Stoke crashed Steven Gerrard's Premier League farewell party with an astonishing 6-1 victory.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits that his time at Anfield could come to an end if the club owners see it fit.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth recaps who clinched Europa League positions and how they did on the final Sunday of the season.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Peter Crouch (86') Stoke 6-1 Liverpool
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Steven Gerrard (70') Stoke 5-1 Liverpool
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Steven N'Zonzi (45') Stoke 5-0 Liverpool
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Charlie Adam (41') Stoke 4-0 Liverpool
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Jon Walters (30') Stoke 3-0 Liverpool
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Mame Diouf (26') Stoke 2-0 Liverpool
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Mame Diouf (22') Stoke 1-0 Liverpool

Liverpool's players served up a shameful display on the final day of the season as they slumped to an embarrassing 6-1 defeat at Stoke City. The result sees the Reds drop one place to end the season in sixth. Brendan Rodgers had claimed in the build up to Sunday's game that he was "150 percent certain" his job was safe but he may have spoken too soon based on the evidence of this shambolic performance. It looked for all the world that the players had completely quit on him as they incredibly found...

Chelsea soak up festivities in winning finale

Chelsea cruised to a 3-1 victory at home before lifting the Premier League trophy.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho puts the Premier League trophy crown on the head of club legend Didier Drogba.
Chelsea finally get their hands on the Premier League trophy following their 3-1 victory over Sunderland.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Steven Fletcher goal (26') Chelsea 0-1 Sunderland
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Diego Costa goal (37') Chelsea 1-1 Sunderland
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Loic Remy goal (37') Chelsea 2-1 Sunderland
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Loic Remy goal (88') Chelsea 3-1 Sunderland
The ESPN FC panel choose their top picks for next season's Premier League title.

LONDON -- On a day of fitting gestures and a lot of cheers, Jose Mourinho knew something was needed to add an extra thrill to it all. Chelsea had to do what they've managed in 25 other games this season, and with the title itself. They had to finish as they started. They had to win.

"We didn't want to celebrate at least without a point," Mourinho said after his side's 3-1 victory over Sunderland, champagne glass finally in hand. "Lower tempo than normal, but the qualities of our football during...