Harry Kane was at it again today. Kane managed his second hattrick in 4 days to finish the season in form worthy of any golden boot. Spurs saw off relegated Hull in a 7-1 victory. It was reigning goals on the final day- too many to keep track of during the traditional ten 3pm kick offs. There were 36 in total, including Chelsea's 5-1 rout of Sunderland.
Another high-scoring win saw Man City beat Watford 5-0. Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne starred at Vicarage Road, as predicted in my last review, and a striker named Sergio Aguero reminded us of his last day heroics in 2011 when he was essential to own in FPL.
Goals in abundance are thrilling to watch and even more thrilling to keep track on the last day of the FPL season, as ranks fluctuated and league positions changed throughout the afternoon. It was an afternoon to sum up the joys of being an FPL manager. Match of the Day should be a good watch!
Written by Kyle Norbury
Stoke fan, football fan, fantasy football nerd.
A big thank you goes out to all the readers of these review articles and putting up with all the twitter plugs over the season. Enjoy your break from FPL and I am sure you will back raring to go again next season.