Hull relegated, Newcastle survives on final day of Premier League season; Tottenham grabs 5th

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LONDON — Hull was relegated from the Premier League and Newcastle ensured its survival on the final day of the season.

The final relegation place was the main matter to be determined on Sunday and Hull will join Queens Park Rangers and Burnley in the second tier in August after being held 0-0 by Manchester United.

Newcastle's 10-match winless run ended at the perfect time, beating West Ham 2-0 to finish four points and three places clear of danger.

Tottenham clinched fifth place and a spot in the Europa League group stage by beating Everton 1-0 as the season ended in embarrassment for Liverpool.

A year after finishing runners-up, Liverpool was thrashed 6-1 by Stoke, dropped to sixth and now has to go through a playoff to reach the Europa League group stage.

It was a disappointing end to captain Steven Gerrard's Liverpool career in his last game for the club.

The Premier League trophy was handed to Chelsea for the first time in five years. The title was wrapped up earlier three weeks ago and Jose Mourinho's side ended the season by beating Sunderland 3-1.

Deposed champion Manchester City had to settle for second place, with former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard scoring in a 2-0 victory over Southampton.

Arsenal prepared for the FA Cup final by routing West Bromwich Albion 4-1, with Theo Walcott scoring a hat trick as his team finished third ahead of Manchester United. Fellow cup finalist Aston Villa lost 1-0 to relegated Burnley and finished only a place above the drop zone.

Leicester celebrated its survival by compounding the misery of Queens Park Rangers with a 5-1 victory over the London club. In a mid-table clash, Crystal Palace beat Swansea 1-0.

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