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Newcastle condemn Hull with last-day win

Published: Sunday 24 May 2015, 18.33CET
Newcastle United FC beat West Ham United FC to save themselves from relegation and condemn Hull City AFC, while Steven Gerrard's Liverpool FC career ended in a heavy loss.

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Published: Sunday 24 May 2015, 18.33CET

Newcastle condemn Hull with last-day win

Newcastle United FC beat West Ham United FC to save themselves from relegation and condemn Hull City AFC, while Steven Gerrard's Liverpool FC career ended in a heavy loss.

Newcastle United FC avoid relegation by beating West Ham United FC 2-0.
• Moussa Sissoko and Jonás Gutiérrez goals ensure Magpies stay up and condemn Hull City AFC.
• Tigers needed to beat Manchester United FC to keep hopes alive but drew 0-0.
• Hammers manager Sam Allardyce to leave club after not having contract renewed.

• Steven Gerrard's Liverpool FC career ends on a low with 6-1 loss at Stoke City FC.
• Potters score five times in opening half, Mame Diouf grabbing two.
• Gerrard hits the Reds' consolation effort and leaves to standing ovation.
• Champions Chelsea FC sign off by downing Sunderland AFC 3-1, Loïc Rémy with a pair.
• Theo Walcott hits hat-trick in Arsenal FC's 4-1 success against West Bromwich Albion FC.
• Frank Lampard scores on last Premier League appearance to help Manchester City FC defeat Southampton FC 2-0.

Tottenham Hotspur FC secure fifth place with 1-0 win at Everton FC.
• Leicester City FC make it seven wins in nine games, beating Queens Park Rangers FC 5-1.
• Marouane Chamakh gives Crystal Palace FC a 1-0 home victory against Swansea City AFC.
• Relegated Burnley FC end strongly thanks to 1-0 success at Aston Villa FC

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Serie A: Viola seal European spot

Last updated: 24/05/15 20.26CET

Results

English Premier League 2014/15

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 24/05/2015 18:01 CET

24/05/2015

ArsenalArsenal4-1West BromWest Brom

Walcott 4, 14, 37, Wilshere 17

McAuley 57

Venue: London

24/05/2015

Aston VillaAston Villa0-1BurnleyBurnley

Ings 6

Venue: Birmingham

24/05/2015

ChelseaChelsea3-1SunderlandSunderland

Diego Costa 37 (P), Rémy 70, 88

S. Fletcher 26

Venue: London

24/05/2015

Crystal PalaceCrystal Palace1-0SwanseaSwansea

Chamakh 57

Venue: London

24/05/2015

EvertonEverton0-1TottenhamTottenham

Kane 24

Venue: Liverpool

24/05/2015

HullHull0-0Man. UnitedMan. United

Venue: Hull

24/05/2015

LeicesterLeicester5-1QPRQPR

Vardy 16, Albrighton 43, Ulloa 51, Cambiasso 52, Kramarić 86

Austin 57

Venue: Leicester

24/05/2015

Man. CityMan. City2-0SouthamptonSouthampton

Lampard 31, Agüero 88

Venue: Manchester

24/05/2015

NewcastleNewcastle2-0West HamWest Ham

Sissoko 54, Gutiérrez 85

Venue: Newcastle

24/05/2015

StokeStoke6-1LiverpoolLiverpool

Diouf 22, 26, Walters 30, Adam 41, N'Zonzi 45, Crouch 86

Gerrard 70

Venue: Stoke

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