LONDON: All sorted after one dramatic last Premier League matchday.

Even before kickoff the Champions League slots had been claimed by Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Newcastle with Liverpool and Brighton in the Europa League.

Aston Villa snatched the Conference League place by defeating Brighton 2-1 to push Tottenham out of the European slots altogether despite Harry Kane leading them to a 4-1 win at Leeds.

All that had been sorted well before the relegation battle went into the 10th minute of stoppage time at Goodison Park and Everton squeaked over the line with a 1-0 win over Bournemouth.

A superb second-half strike by Abdoulaye Doucoure kept them in the Premier League and sent Leicester, despite their own 2-1 win over West Ham, down into the second tier along with Leeds and long-gone Southampton.

Oddly Brentford became the only club to record the double against Manchester City by defeating the champions 1-0 in west London.