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Champions Liverpool beat Newcastle to finish on 99 points

Divock Origi's goal was his first in 2020 - ending a 23-game run without scoring



Champions Liverpool finished on the second-highest points total in top-flight history as they came from behind to beat Newcastle on the final day of the season.

Jurgen Klopp's Reds accumulated 99 points, one fewer than Manchester City managed two years ago, and one more than Liverpool managed in 1978-79, once the two points they got for a win back then is altered to three.

Read more: Champions Liverpool beat Newcastle to finish on 99 points

Silva bids Premier League farewell in Man City win

Jesus's first-half goal against Norwich means he has now scored 22 goals in all competitions for City in 2019-20, his best return in a season since he arrived in Manchester in 2017



Manchester City legend David Silva made his final Premier League appearance but Kevin de Bruyne stole the show as his side brushed aside already-relegated Norwich.

Silva, who has won four league titles during a glittering 10-year spell at City, was desperate to mark the occasion with a goal, but his best effort was kept out by Tim Krul's flying save.

Read more: Silva bids Premier League farewell in Man City win

Chelsea into Champions League as Wolves miss out on Europa League spot

Mason Mount scored his seventh league goal of the season



Chelsea sealed fourth place in the Premier League to wrap up qualification for next season's Champions League with a comfortable victory over Wolves.

Frank Lampard's side needed a point from the potentially nervy encounter at Stamford Bridge in order to clinch a top-four place - but they claimed all three in style.

Read more: Chelsea into Champions League as Wolves miss out on Europa League spot

Chelsea's Frank Lampard warns Liverpool: 'Don't get too arrogant'


Frank Lampard and Jurgen Klopp exchange words on the touchline during Wednesday's Premier League match. Laurence Griffiths/PA Images via Getty Images



Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has said Premier League champions Liverpool should not become too arrogant after being left unimpressed with the behaviour of their bench during his team's 5-3 Premier League defeat to them on Wednesday.

Lampard was involved in an exchange with Liverpool's bench after a free kick was awarded against Chelsea's Mateo Kovacic. Trent Alexander-Arnold found the net from the free kick to make it 2-0.

Read more: Chelsea's Frank Lampard warns Liverpool: 'Don't get too arrogant'

Liverpool 'disappointed' in fans' Premier League title celebrations outside Anfield despite police warnings


Supporters had been asked to celebrate the victory safely at home but around 3,000 gathered at the stadium as the trophy was lifted



Liverpool have condemned fans who ignored calls from the club to celebrate their Premier League title win at home.

According to Merseyside Police, around 3,000 fans gathered around Anfield as Jurgen Klopp’s side finally got their hands on the Premier League trophy following their 5-3 win over Chelsea.

Read more: Liverpool 'disappointed' in fans' Premier League title celebrations outside Anfield despite police...


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