Kapow! Marouane Fellaini sticks one on little Kun (Image: Guardian/Make Savvy)
The Guardian have gone and knocked out a cracking animated review of the 2016/17 Premier League season.
With an assist from Make Savvy studios (otherwise known as Pies favourite Case Jernigan), the stop motion video takes us by the hand and leads us through a retrospective of many of the more high profile incidents to have cracked off over the course of the campaign.
With Barclays Premier League football secured for a fifth consecutive season, Crystal Palace Football Club have revealed their 2017/18 home kit from technical partner Macron. The Eagles will debut the new uniform during their summer pre-season campaign that already includes a meeting with German Bundesliga outfit Schalke 04 at Selhurst Park on August 5th.
A triumphant 5-0 final-day victorysaw Partizan Belgrade secure the Serbian Super Liga title at the weekend, pipping cross-city rivals Red Star to the championshipby three points.
As is usually the done thing, the Partizan fans welcomed their teams eighthSuperLigawin by lighting a continous ring of flares around the entire stadium, giving the place a distinctly Dante-esque feel as the evening drew in.
An 88th-minute winner fromLuca Waldschmidt was enough to keep Hamburg out of the relegation pictureon the final day of the Bundesliga season.
The club have never been jettisonedfrom Germany's top tier, though they've comeperilously close in recent years, twice having to win the relegation play-off game (in 2013/14 and 2014/15) to stay up by the skins of their collective teeth.
Bayern Munich turnedtheir final game of the season into a massive farewell party as the club waved off threelong-serving players into retirement.
A small ceremony was held before kick-off in which, ahead of his 517th and last appearance for Bayern, Philipp Lahm was presented with a bunch of flowers, a personalised golf bag and a banner in the crowdthat read "From a child of our own to a legend of our club".
A youthful Manchester United side finished off a rather disappointing Premier League campaign for the club with a 2-0 win against Crystal Palace, withdebutanteJosh Harrop and Paul Pogba both getting on the scoresheet.
Angel Gomes, who won the Youth Team Player of the Year award earlier this week, is set to make his Manchester United debut this afternoon.
With Jose Mourinho keen to keep the team injury-free ahead of Wednesday's Europa League final, he has revealed he has spoken to Nicky Butt about which academy players he should field against Crystal Palace.
Cristiano Ronaldo brokeJimmy Greaves' long-standing European goal-scoring record with two goals in Real Madrid's 4-1 win over Celta Vigo on Wednesday evening.
By opening the scoring with just 10 minutes on the clock, Ronaldo brought up his 367th goal in one of Europe's top five leagues, thus surpassing the overall career tally amassed by Greaves (366) in 1971, some 46 years ago.
Does that pun even work? Perhaps if you say it fast enough? Oh well, what's done is done.
Arsenal may well have signed off for the season with a 10-man victory over Everton, but alas it didn't prevent Arsene Wenger's side fromfalling narrowly short of qualifying for next season's Champions League.
With Xabi Alonso all set to ride off into the Bavarian sunset at the end of the current season, the great and the good of the footballing world have been queuing up to pay homage tothe veteran Spanish midfielder.
The 35-year-old announced his retirement in March with a suitably stylish monochrome tweet.
It's that time of year again, when every Spanish lower league side worth their salt reveals their oh-so-wacky new kit for next season.
Having seen novelty strips themed around broccoli, fresh fruit, octopus, anatomical models of the human body, tuxedos and even Iberico ham in the recent past, Segunda Division B club Atletico Astorga have gone and upped the ante once again.
Suffice it to say that this highlight reel does not cover all the heart-stopping excitement the Baby Nats put early risers through in rallying twice for a 3-3 draw in their Under-20 World Cup opener against Ecuador. - Greg Seltzer
Barcelona came from two goals down to beat Eibar 4-2 on the final day of the La Liga season not that it was enough to prevent rivals Real Madrid from clinching their first title since 2012 with a 2-0 win over Malaga elsewhere.
Barca fell behind to a superbTakashi Inui brace but a late rally, coupled with a few 'favourable' refereeing decisions, saw the Catalans claw back the victory in dramatic fashion.
Giovanni Dos Santos netted one of the classiest goals of the season on Sunday, with the LA Galaxy forward producing a magnificent flicked finished from an equally sublime pass against Minnesota United.
Once of Barcelona, Tottenham Hotspur and Ipswich Town, attacking midfielder Giovanni Dos Santos netted his stunner towards the end of the first-half, with the score at 0-0.
Many a tear was shed at Stamford Bridge this afternoon as Chelsea said their farewells to a club legend, one John Terry.
The Blues' captain started against Sunderland, making his 717th and final appearance for his beloved club.
The run-out lasted just 26 minutes (his squad number), whereupon the substitute's board was raised and Terry exited the pitch to a standing ovation, hugging his teammates asthey gave him a mid-match guard of honour.
As Real Madrid fans are painfullyaware, Carlo Ancelottiloves to round off a successful campaignwith a celebratory sing-song.
Indeed, as part of Bayern Munich's title festivities, Ancelotti seized the mic and wowed the crowd gathered on Marienplatz with a hearty rendition of 'The Best Years Of Our Lives' by Italian songwriter Renato Zero.
With things balanced on a knife edge going in, the final Ligue 2 matchday of the season proved to be a bit of a thriller.
Thetop six were separated by just three points before Friday night's games and, sure enough, it was the team down in 6th place, Amiens SC, who ended up sneaking into the automatic promotion places in the most dramatic of circumstances.