Farewell to the legends

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  • Changing of the guard

    Sir Alex Ferguson is given a guard of honour ahead of Manchester United's meeting with Swansea for his final home game in charge.

    Sign of the times

    A Manchester United fan thanks Paul Scholes for his services to the club during his last game at Old Trafford.

    Pea shooter

    Javier Hernandez celebrates after giving United the lead.

    Swans on song

    Michu's smart finish made it 1-1 at Old Trafford.

  • Rio raises the roof

    Rio Ferdinand scores Manchester United's late winner.

    Moyes Makes His Exit

    There were goodbyes aplenty on the final day of the Premier League season, with David Moyes departing Everton to succeed Sir Alex at Manchester United.

    Sweet success for Toffees

    Kevin Mirallas scores the first of his two goals to secure a 2-0 win against West Ham.

    Arfa chance

    Hatem Ben Arfa scores a penalty for Newcastle to level the scores at 1-1 at QPR.

  • Elliot mess

    Robert Elliot appeals to referee Lee Probert prior to being shown a second yellow card at QPR, with Newcastle leading 2-1.

    Toon up

    Alan Pardew celebrates Newcastle's victory against QPR - and Premier League survival - at the final whistle.

    Golden Grant

    Grant Holt was on target for Norwich to put them 2-0 up against West Brom.

    Jonny be good

    Jonny Howson is congratulated by his team-mates after scoring Norwich's final goal in the 4-0 win.

  • Potter gold

    Steven Nzonzi is congratulated after heading Stoke in front against Spurs.

    Potters cracked

    Emmanuel Adebayor scores to put Spurs ahead and secure a 2-1 victory that takes them into fourth place.

    Di Canio's delight

    Paolo Di Canio celebrates Sunderland's opener against Southampton.

    Saints strike back

    Jason Puncheon celebrates his leveller in the 1-1 draw.

  • Dan the man

    Daniel Sturridge nets for Liverpool against Fulham.

    Three and easy

    Daniel Sturridge celebrates after scoring a hat-trick to seal a 3-1 win.

    Good Christian

    Another new arrival who caught the eye was Christian Benteke, whose 19 goals would help steer struggling Aston Villa to survival.

    Super Frankie Lampard

    Frank Lampard scored his 202nd and 203rd Chelsea goals at Villa Park to give Chelsea the victory and break Bobby Tambling's club record.