Premier League end-of-season review: Club-by-club analysis and grade
The Premier League season is in the rearview mirror and once again Manchester City have proved the cream of the crop.
Long-time leaders Arsenal faltered at the key moment, allowing Pep Guardiolas side to secure a third straight title.
At the other end of the table Southampton, Leicester and Leeds were the sides to succumb to relegation, after Everton secured their Premier League safety on the final day.
Here, Telegraph Sport reporters offer full breakdowns and grades for each of the 20 Premier League sides.
By James Ducker
Erling Haaland. 52 goals, 36 of them in a record-breaking Premier League campaign, enough said. Although Rodri would be next in line for the award.
During that tricky winter when City had their problems, Rico Lewis, the 18-year-old full-back from Bury, stepped up and shone.
Pep Guardiola is the best coach in the world and could yet reaffirm that by becoming the first manager to win the treble with two different clubs.
This will be hastily marked up to A+ if they become only the second English club in history to clinch the treble and add the FA Cup and that elusive Champions League crown to the title already won.