Swansea City's seven year spell in the Premier League has come to an end.
Swansea City, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion were relegated.
The Blues broke a Premier League points record by reaching 97 with the win over Brighton in midweek and the record for goals scored in a season, as they took their total to 105. The confirmed teams can be seen, in full, below. Nick Miller came close, picking all four teams, but he had Liverpool in third place and Tottenham in fourth. The London club finished fifth after a 3-0 loss at Newcastle, in what could prove to be Antonio Conte's last league game as manager.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger signed off after 22 years and 1235 games in charge with a 1-0 win at Huddersfield, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang grabbing the victor. So losing 1-0 in the final seconds to Manchester City had no bearing on their survival and some of their fans celebrated on the pitch after the game.
City's away points haul is 50 after the Saints win, beating that of Chelsea's 48 in 04/05.
Fittingly, it was Salah who guided Liverpool back into the Champions League and he ended a sun-kissed afternoon at Anfield lifting the Golden Boot for being the Premier League's top scorer this season.
Needing to beat the Potters and hope Southampton were thrashed by Manchester City - with a 10-goal swing in the Swans' favour - to keep alive their faint hopes of staying up, the hosts took an early lead through Andy King but Stoke fought back to win 2-1 thanks to goals from Ndiaye and Crouch.
And defender Angel Rangel, who is to depart, called on the Swansea board to ensure the club return swiftly to the top flight.
Manchester United finished a very distant second place with 81.
Manuel Lanzini scored twice as West Ham beat Everton 3-1, while Crystal Palace beat bottom side West Brom 2-0 and Bournemouth won 2-1 at seventh-placed Burnley in the day's other matches.
"And our rhythm was not so high because of course the last week we trained not too much. I think it's a record that will stay long".
Chelsea's record of 95 from the 2004/05 fell as City beat Brighton in midweek and Gabriel Jesus's stoppage time victor at Southampton took City into three figures for points.