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Manchester City finished the season at the top of the Premier League standings, with a total of 93 points enough to see them crowned champions ahead of Liverpool, who finished with just one point behind.

The title race came on the last day of the season, with Man City simply having to beat Aston Villa to seal a fourth title in five years. Had they failed, Liverpool’s victory over the Wolves would have seen them crowned champions.

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It turned out to be a dramatic last day of the season. Wolves scored first at Anfield, but Villa also scored the first goal at Etihad. However, Liverpool drew to equal points with City, whose hopes for the title looked bleak when they fell 2-0 behind. The Reds failed to score the goal that would have put pressure on Pep Guardiola’s side, who recovered 3-2.

Although Liverpool eventually took the win, it wasn’t enough for them to snatch the title from their rivals.

Elsewhere, third place had already been secured by Chelsea, while there was no upset for Tottenham, who just needed a point against relegated Norwich to secure last place in the Champions League. In the end, they won 5-0, leaving Arsenal, who beat Everton 5-1, to claim fifth place.

Manchester United finished the season in sixth place with the lowest score in the Premier League era following a 1-0 defeat to Crystal Palace, while West Ham missed a chance to override him as he was beaten in Brighton .

Other key problems at the bottom of the table have been resolved with Burnley losing 2-1 to Newcastle, while Leeds escaped the decline in dramatic circumstances by beating Brentford 2-1.

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