MIRROR Online: LONDON, England, By Samuel Meade – Phil Foden struck twice early on as Manchester City secured an historic fourth successive Premier League title with a convincing 3-1 win over West Ham.

          That ensured City held off the challenge of Arsenal, who claimed a late win over Everton thanks to Kai Havertz’s injury-time strike. However, Mikel Arteta’s men had to settle for second.

          Jurgen Klopp’s final match as Liverpool boss ended with a 2-0 win over 10-man Wolves, on an emotional day at Anfield.

          Elsewhere, Crystal Palace thrashed Aston Villa – for whom it meant little having secured Champions League qualification in the week – Tottenham beat Sheffield United to ensure fifth place and Chelsea beat Bournemouth to end the season on a high in sixth.

          Manchester United won at Brighton, but Newcastle’s win over Brentford means Erik ten Hag’s side must win the FA Cup Final to qualify for Europe after their worst ever Premier League campaign.

          You can follow all the latest from the Premier League final day as it happens right here.

          Arteta – “don’t be sad, we’re going to get it”

          Arteta has addressed the Arsenal crowd after they saw off Everton and finished second in the Premier League.

          “All this is happening because you started believing, you started to be patient and started to understand what we tried to do. All the credit has to go to the players and the staff,” he said.

          “Don’t be sad. We want much more than that and we’re going to get it.”

          Close but not close enough for Arsenal

          Arsenal were not able to get over the line in the race for the Premier League title – Getty Image

          Not to be at the Emirates

          They were by far a more improved outfit on last year, but it is still second for Arsenal.

          They couldn’t put any pressure on their rivals on the final day, but the Gunners and Arteta are tipped to eventually end their title wait.

          Klopp to address Anfield

          Jurgen Klopp is getting ready to come back out and greet the Anfield crowd one last time.

          A stage has been set up in the centre of the pitch and the club’s owners, directors and ambassadors – Kenny Dalglish among them – are stood waiting.

          The players are ready to give Klopp a guard of honour.

          Klopp bows out with a win

          We’re set for an outpouring of emotion at Anfield. Few managers can match the impact Klopp has had on a club and a city.

          Wolves were his final victims, the Reds winning 2-0.

          Jurgen Klopp has etched his name into Liverpool’s history books

          Pep gets one over on Fergie

          Man City fans are always look to get one up on those at Man Utd.

          Ferguson won 13 Premier League titles – but never did he manage to go four in a row.

          He did two separate hat-tricks, but Pep’s run of title victories is something the Scot could never achieve.

          The Etihad is covered

          They needed just seconds to invade the pitch.

          Some fans were so eager in stoppage time that the City players had to usher them off the pitch.

          Either way, they’re smiling.

          Man City fans are celebrating again

          City’s own Invincible

          Rodri, who scored on the final day once again, is now unbeaten in 50 Premier League games.

          The only times Man City have lost this term is when they’ve been without the Spanish star.

          He’s simply outstanding, one of the most influential players around and seemingly he just doesn’t lose.

          Arsenal’s win meaningless

          They did what they could, but they fell short again.

          Some reaction from Foden..

          He told Sky Sports: “It is so hard to put into words. I think now we’ve put ourselves into the history books, you see what it means to the fans and us.

          “This Premier League felt a little bit more because no one had ever done (four in a row).”

          Man City do it once more

          They are the champions – again.

          This Man City side are, in the eyes of many, the greatest Premier League side in history.

          Pep isn’t going anywhere so few would bet against them retaining their crown yet again in 12 months time.

          They’re simply a winning machine.

          Six Premier League titles in seven years – a feat never before achieved