Kevin and Cormac O'Neill select the best performers from yet another dramatic Premier League final day of the season.
Victor Valdés (GK) (Manchester United)
The Spanish shot-stopper had a fine game on what was his first start under Louis Van Gaal. He kept a clean sheet and pulled off some miraculous saves in the process.
Jan Vertonghen (CB) (Tottenham Hotspur)
As Spurs breezed to victory in Goodison Park, Vertonghen was a rock at the back. He looked unphased over the 90 minutes and managed not to concede either.
Fabio Colocinni (CB) (Newcastle)
With Premier League survival on the line, Newcastle looked to their captain for inspiration. He guided his side to a 2-0 win over West Ham, ensuring safety for next season.
Michael Dawson (CB) (Hull City)
Although he’ll be playing Championship football in September, Dawson gave it his all against United in front of a packed out KC Stadium. He was never really tested over the course of the game and kept a solid clean sheet.
Theo Walcott (MR) (Arsenal)
After penning a new contract with Arsenal during the week, the English winger put West Brom to the sword with a first half hat-trick. Unstoppable stuff!
Esteban Cambiasso (CM) (Leicester City)
As Leicester celebrated with a 5-1 home victory over QPR, it was this man who stole the headlines. The Argentine veteran bagged a goal and will be happy with his overall performance from his first season in the Premier League.
Charlie Adam (CM) (Stoke City)
The Ex-Liverpool man got his own back against his former club with a tidy goal in what turned out to be an emphatic performance. It's great to see him flourishing with his new club.
Frank Lampard (CAM) (Manchester City)
It was a joyous occasion at the City of Manchester Stadium as Lampard bid farewell to English football for the final time. With a first half goal against a promising Southampton side, he’ll can look back at his last Premier League match fondly.
Marc Albrighton (ML) (Leicester City)
Albrighton got in on the scoring in the Foxes' splendid final day victory with a superb goal. He will be an integral member of Nigel Pearson’s team next season.
Loic Remy (ST) (Chelsea)
As the champagne flowed at Stamford Bridge, the French striker sprung off the bench to grab a cool brace.
Mame Biram Diouf (ST) (Stoke City)
Diouf ended the season by finishing the 90 minutes with two goals to his name against a very poor Liverpool side.
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