- Goal-fest on Premier League final day
The final games of the Premier League saw a prolific ending to the season with 36 goals between the clubs. Arsenal pipped Spurs to the fourth spot, and a final farewell for Sir Alex Ferguson, Jamie Carragher and Michael Owen. Rafa Benitez managed his final game as interim manager at Chelsea by beating Everton in David Moyes' last match, and Manchester City lose 3-2 in a thrilling game against Norwich at The Emirates.
- Final Champions League spot sealed by Arsenal
The fight for fourth spot and the final Champions League place was taken by Arsenal. Defender Laurent Koscielny was the only goalscorer of the game after heading in Theo Walcott's free kick. They finished one point above Tottenham, it was a nail biting last 20 minutes as Bale put Spurs one up against Sunderland but it wasn't enough to put pressure on Arsenal who held onto their lead.
- 10 goal thriller at The Hawthorns
Sir Alex Ferguson was denied victory in his final game in charge of Manchester United after a 10 goal thriller at The Hawthorns. United were 3-0 up with Kagawa, Olsson's own goal and Buttner scoring but it was not enough to hold on. James Morrison, and Lukaku fought back to put it 3-2 before Robin Van Persie and Hernandez put United into a 5-2 lead. Once again United could not hold onto the lead to make it a dramatic finish after Lukaku's late double and Mulumbu levelled the scoreline.
- Villas Boas sad to miss out on Champions League spot
Andre Villas Boas has admitted that he was sad to miss out on the Champions League spot and Spurs have to improve next season. The late strike by Gareth Bale gave Tottenham saw them finish on 72 points, the highest they have ever finished with in the Premier League, but they were relying on Newcastle to beat their rivals Arsenal to secure the final place in the Champions League. Villas Boas, 35, said: "It is a bit disappointing obviously but it did not depend on us and Arsenal did their job to sneak fourth spot. To manage so many points and not make it means the level has come up, and it serves a reference for next season. Others have pushed on a level and next year we have to improve, so it is a good lesson to take into next season."
- Wenger to spend in the summer
Arsene Wenger has insisted he is to spend more in the summer to help Arsenal become stronger next season, it comes off the back of another trophyless year. Wenger, 63, said: "The last three months are a springboard for next season. We have to transfer that belief into the start of next season. We need stability and to strengthen. Is it spending a lot on one player or buying many players? We want additions but we want to keep the structure and spirit and quality of the team."
- Carragher admits emotions were running high
Jamie Carragher has admitted that it was an emotion final game for him in the 1-0 win against Queens Park Rangers. The 35 year old was given a guard of honour and a standing ovation before playing his 737th game for the club. Carragher, said: "It was very emotional, especially for my friends and family in the stands who have been there to watch me all the time, but that's come to an end now unfortunately. I wanted to say thank you to the supporters as that was important. It was a game we wanted to win and it was nice for my children to be involved."
- Yeovil promoted to Championship
Yeovil are set to play in the Championship for their first time in history after beating Brentford 1-0 in the League One play off Final at Wembley. An early strike from Paddy Madden saw his 20 yard shot hit the top corner, before Dan Burn added a second three minutes before half time. Harlee Dean pulled one back for Brentford in the 51st minute after heading in from a corner however it was not enough for the club.
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Adam Le Fondre scored eight goals as a substitute in 2012-13, setting a new Premier League record in the process.