Even though the Red Devils defeated Stoke 4-0 Sunday night, the big celebrations were at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea clinched their third Premier League title by thrashing Wigan Athletic, 8-0, to take the trophy back to West London after a three-year stay at Old Trafford.
The Blues were crowned Premier League champions after drubbing a 10-man Wigan side, 8-0. It is Chelsea’s third league title in six years.
Fulham wanted to face Arsenal a day earlier so they could have extra time to prepare for the Europa League final in Hamburg against Atletico Madrid but the Premier League has turned down their request.
Tottenham qualified for the UEFA Champions League for the first time, beating Manchester City 1-0 on Peter Crouch’s late goal.