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Premier League: Manchester City are crowned 2021/22 Premier League CHAMPIONS in dramatic 3-2 comeback against Aston Villa, Burnley RELEGATED as Leeds United survive

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Premier League: Manchester City win 2021/22 Premier League – Manchester City win the Premier League in dramatic fashion on the Final day as Liverpool end up second. Spurs win against Norwich to claim Champions League football as Arsenal and Man United settle for Europa League action. Leeds survive final day scare as Burnley are relegated from the Premier League. Follow more Updates with InsideSport.IN

Premier League: Manchester City are crowned 2021/22 Premier League CHAMPIONS in dramatic 3-2 comeback against Aston Villa, Burnley RELEGATED as Leeds United survive

All the Premier League final-day results:

  • Arsenal 5-1 Everton
  • Brentford 1-2 Leeds
  • Brighton 3-1 West Ham
  • Burnley 1-2 Newcastle
  • Crystal Palace 1-0 Man Utd
  • Leicester 4-1 Southampton
  • Liverpool 3-1 Wolves
  • Man City 3-2 Aston Villa
  • Norwich 0-5 Tottenham

Premier League: Manchester City are crowned 2021/22 Premier League CHAMPIONS

Ilkay Gundogan came off the bench to rescue Manchester City as Pep Guardiola’s team landed a fourth Premier League title in five years. Manchester City pulled off a stunning fightback to beat Aston Villa 3-2 and snatch the Premier League title as Pep Guardiola’s side did it the hard way.

Matty Cash’s 37th-minute opener stunned the hosts, and former Liverpool forward Philippe Coutinho left City devastated when he lashed Villa two goals clear in the 69th minute.

Premier League: Manchester City are crowned 2021/22 Premier League CHAMPIONS in dramatic 3-2 comeback against Aston Villa, Burnley RELEGATED as Leeds United survive
Premier League: Manchester City are crowned 2021/22 Premier League CHAMPIONS in dramatic 3-2 comeback against Aston Villa, Burnley RELEGATED as Leeds United survive

But Ilkay Gundogan’s header and Rodri’s low strike dramatically hauled the hosts level with two goals in three minutes, before super-sub Gundogan slammed home City’s third nine minutes from time, scotching Liverpool’s title hopes.

LIVERPOOL 3-1 WOLVES; Reds end Quadruple hopes despite a win at Anfield

Goals from Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Andrew Robertson gave Liverpool victory on the final day, but Manchester City won the title.

Liverpool were denied the Premier League title and an unprecedented quadruple on the final day of the season, despite coming from behind to beat Wolves 3-1 at Anfield.

Premier League: Manchester City are crowned 2021/22 Premier League CHAMPIONS in dramatic 3-2 comeback against Aston Villa, Burnley RELEGATED as Leeds United survive
Premier League: Manchester City are crowned 2021/22 Premier League CHAMPIONS in dramatic 3-2 comeback against Aston Villa, Burnley RELEGATED as Leeds United survive

Jurgen Klopp’s men trailed to an early Pedro Neto goal, before Sadio Mane equalised, with Mohamed Salah and Andrew Robertson belatedly scoring to seal three points.

With Manchester City trailing Aston Villa 2-0 while Wolves were holding Liverpool, there was hope among the home fans, but that was soon extinguished as Pep Guardiola’s City came back to win 3-2 and clinch the title.

Premier League: Arsenal 5-1 Everton, Gunners settle for Europa League spot

Arsenal ended their season with a 5-1 victory over Everton, but it was not enough to seal Champions League qualification.

Mike Arteta’s team needed a slip-up from Tottenham at already relegated Norwich City to have any hope of sealing a top-four finish on Sunday.

Arsenal did their bit against a much-changed Everton team, Gabriel Martinelli getting things started with a 27th-minute penalty and Eddie Nketiah scoring soon after.

Goals from Cedric Soares and Gabriel Magalhaes followed, after Donny van de Beek netted his first Everton goal on what is likely to be his final appearance, but Spurs’ easy 5-0 win at Carrow Road rendered Arsenal’s efforts meaningless as they finished fifth, in a Europa League spot, with Martin Odegaard simply adding further gloss late on.

CRYSTAL PALACE 1-0 MANCHESTER UNITED; Man United seal Europa League

Erik ten Hag was present as Manchester United capped an abject season with a poor performance at Crystal Palace on Sunday. Manchester United will be playing Europa League football next season despite Wilfried Zaha scoring in a 1-0 win for Crystal Palace over the Red Devils in the Premier League.

Incoming United boss Erik ten Hag was in attendance at Selhurst Park as Zaha punished a languid first-half showing by Ralf Rangnick’s side to put Palace in front.

United, without the injured Cristiano Ronaldo, could not find a breakthrough in the second half as they fell to a sixth straight away league defeat.

However, West Ham were defeated by Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday, which kept United in sixth despite the Red Devils finishing the term with a club record-low Premier League points tally.

Premier League: Burnley 1-2 Newcastle United – Burnley are RELEGATED

Burnley have been relegated from the Premier League after coming up short on the final day of the season.

Mike Jackson’s side lost 2-1 to Newcastle courtesy of Callum Wilson’s double which allowed Leeds to secure safety with a victory at Brentford, which came courtesy of Raphinha’s penalty and Jack Harrison’s 94th-minute winner.

Premier League: Manchester City are crowned 2021/22 Premier League CHAMPIONS in dramatic 3-2 comeback against Aston Villa, Burnley RELEGATED as Leeds United survive

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