|Heung Min Son deserves all the credits for leveling up with Mo Salah for the golden boot but the Egyptian wasn't sharing the assist gong. (Photo credit: Premierleague.com)|
The league is done and dusted and it’s important to walk through the final day drama. From the wild swing at the top, the top four finale and the lonely long road for Burnley down to the championship, here’s your final day round up.
We begin from the top where Manchester City and Liverpool both had to come back from behind to win, it didn’t matter for Liverpool but they need to find the guy that pranked the whole stadium at Anfield that Villa had equalized at the Etihad, he should be given a friendly knock on the head.
Arsenal fans certainly weren’t in sync with their players. Arsenal players didn’t go hard on Everton expecting a miracle from Norwich, you could tell this from the way they celebrated each of their goals. Tottenham deserved the top four berth and that’s down to the quality of their attack. Better luck next time Arsenal.
Whatever it was that happened to Westham, the joke is on them. First, they had the chance to beat Manchester City, they bottled it; they were in the lead against Brighton, they heard that Wilfred Zaha had scored against United and they still went to sleep to ship three? That’s unforgivable and they should just enjoy their Conference League in peace.
How would you sum up the relegation battle? We don’t have to gloat but we called it with every prediction yesterday. Burnley are down and under, but what was Nathan Collin thinking with the handball that handed Callum Wilson the opener? That’s a championship behavior.
Congratulations to Leeds United, their fans deserve the finale they had and it’s important for them to have a big summer to find replacements for Patrick Bamford and some bodies in the defense; Leeds cannot afford same style next season, something has to change.
Step forward Chelsea, ignore the run of cup final losses and celebrate them for seeing out a difficult season. One where they lost their sugar daddy, they have now lost some of their veterans (Antonio Rudiger and Cesar Azpilicueta) and now need to look into the future.
Mohammed Salah and Heung Min Son shared the golden boot, quite heroic for the Korean who wasn’t on penalty duties when Harry Kane was around and still managed to hit a double to tie the Egyptian, the latter didn’t have to share the assist award, great guys and we can only do it again next season.