Tottenham qualified for the Europa league by finishing the season with an easy 3-0 win over a disjointed Aston Villa on Sunday.
Tottenham opened the scoring in the 13th minute, with midfielder Paulinho putting his team into a well-deserved lead. Gylfi Sigurdsson found the Brazilian midfielder in the box, who had his initial shot blocked but scored from close range with the rebound.
Spurs kept on applying the pressure and went 2-0 up in the 34th via an own goal as Danny Rose’s cross was diverted into the net by Nathan Baker.
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A third quickly followed as Emmanuel Adebayor tucked away a 37th-minute penalty straight down the middle, after a handball by Gabriel Agbonlahor.
Swansea doubled its lead in the 14th courtesy of Marvin Emnes’s shot into the roof of the net from the edge of the penalty area.
Fabio Borini pulled one back after halftime but Wilfried Bony restored his team’s lead almost immediately with his 25th goal of the season in all competitions.
Chris David’s injury-time stunner ensured Fulham signed off their 13-season presence in the Premier League with a highlight in a 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace.
The Dutch winger drove the ball on to the underside of the crossbar and into the net from 30 yards out with just seconds of the capital derby at Craven Cottage remaining.
Dwight Gayle had struck in each half to put the Eagles on the brink of victory as they wrapped up a campaign that seemed destined to end in relegation until Tony Pulis’ arrival in November.
Instead it is Fulham who will be playing in the Championship next season with their destiny already sealed by last weekend’s 4-1 rout at Stoke.
Apart from a high-quality goal by Cauley Woodrow within a determined 15-minute spell and David’s wonderfully-struck equalizer, it was a dismal end to their top flight stay that underlined the reasons for their demise.