Manchester United and Chelsea have qualified for the Champions League and a disastrous season for Arsenal

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The curtain fell on the 2019-2020 Premier League season, and the last 38 round was filled with excitement and power between teams seeking European qualification and those trying to escape landing.

Liverpool, who clinched the title several weeks ago, beat Newcastle, finishing the league with 99 points, while runner-up Manchester City overwhelmed Norwich – who had been confirmed as relegating for weeks – with a heavy 5-0 defeat.

And Manchester United and Chelsea got the two cards to qualify for the Champions League next season with the champion and runners-up after United defeated Leicester City 2-0, and by the same result, Chelsea beat Wolverhampton, who qualified for the European League.

United finished third with 66 points and goal difference from the fourth Chelsea, while Leicester fell to fifth place to qualify for the European League.

Tottenham also qualified for the European League, after finishing sixth in the table, after a 1-1 draw with hosts Crystal Palace.

Aston Villa survived the drop after drawing 1-1 with West Ham to finish 17th with 35 points.

Bournemouth caught on with Norwich despite winning 3-1 against Everton, and Watford after losing dramatically to Arsenal 3-2 as they finished 18 and 19 points with 34 points, while Arsenal ended the season disastrously by occupying the eighth ineligible for the European Championships.