The 2018/19 season of Premier League is well behind us and it was an exciting one to watch. Featuring 20 of the best teams England has to offer, we can be sure there was no shortage of incredible performances.
Nathan Redmond's wonder-goal was not enough for Southampton as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Huddersfield on the final day of the Premier League season
Southampton vs Huddersfield Town Highlights
Start date: 12.
Mark Noble scored twice as West Ham thrashed 10-man Watford 4-1 at Vicarage Road to leapfrog their hosts and secure a top-half finish in the Premier League.
Watford vs West Ham United Highlights
Start date: 12.
Vincent Kompany may have scored an absolute wonder strike to win the game against Leicester and send his Manchester City team back to the top of the table, but it wasn't enough to earn him your player of the match.
Chelsea secured their place in the Champions League next season with victory over Watford at Stamford Bridge.
The win, combined with Arsenal's draw against Brighton, means the Blues are guaranteed a top-four finish in the Premier League.
Huddersfield’s Mbenza levels to kill off Manchester United’s top-four hopes
Manchester United surrendered a flying start by Scott McTominay to draw 1-1 at relegated Huddersfield Town and bow out of the race for a berth in next season's Champions League.
Arsenal draw with Brighton to leave Europa League victory as only real hope of Champions League qualification
"We knew it was going to be difficult but our focus is now the Europa League," Emery, who won the competition three times in a row with Sevilla, told BBC Sport.
Cardiff City vs Crystal Palace Highlights
Start date: 04. May 2019, 17:30
Location: Cardiff Venue: Cardiff City Stadium
Referee: Michael Oliver, England
Cardiff City will make an instant return to the Championship after their Premier League relegation was confirmed with a home defeat against an impressive Crystal Palace.
Newcastle United vs Liverpool Highlights
Start date: 04. May 2019, 19:45
Location: Newcastle upon Tyne Venue: St James’ Park
Referee: Andre Marriner, England
Liverpool matchwinner Divock Origi speaking to BBC Sport: “When the free-kick came in I was just trying to flick it on, give it a light touch.