Gabriel Jesus’ superb lobbed winner in the 94th minute sparked wild celebrations.
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Records fell on the final day of the Premier League season Sunday as Manchester City beat Southampton 1-0 to become the first team to reach 100 points and Mohamed Salah established a new Premier League goalscoring mark as Liverpool clinched a top-four spot.Aside from the new all-time English top flight points record, City have also set new benchmarks for Premier League goals (106), wins (32) and points clear of the second-placed team (19).Badou Ndiaye and Peter Crouch scored the goals for Stoke, who will join the Swans in the Championship next season.Elsewhere, Everton and former West Ham manager Sam Allardyce, whose position is under threat, found himself booed by both sets of supporters as the Hammers rounded off their underwhelming season with a welcome 3-1 win.
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