Keeping clean sheets hasn't been a problem for West Brom recently, not after blanking Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.
Swansea needed to win, Southampton lose to Man City and there be a 10-goal swing to avoid being relegated on the final day.
"We showed the kind of football we couldn't show the last few games".
The home club presented the Frenchman with a special shirt in celebration and, thankfully, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored to end Arsenal's woeful away run that had left them without a win all year.
Chelsea is off to the Europa League, and in poor form ahead of next week's FA Cup Final against Manchester United.
Swansea paid tribute to long-serving custodians Angel Rangel and Leon Britton before kickoff. "We knew it was impossible to stay up".
"But during the game we were focused, and at the end, an excellent pass from Kevin [De Bruyne] and an incredible finish from Gabriel made the difference and achieved that record. We need to build again".
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The BJP, meanwhile, has proposed that it might be open to offering Kumaraswamy the first go at the chief ministerial chair. Almost 70 per cent of the 49.6 million electorate in Karnataka voted on Saturday to elect a new Assembly.
Gabriel Jesus netted in the 90th minute to secure the important win for the league champions.
Harry Kane did his best to chase Salah all the way at the top of the Premier League goalscoring charts, netting twice in Spurs' fantastic win over Leicester, a game they twice trailed in.
Jamie Vardy, Riyah Mahrez and Kelechi Iheanacho gave the visitors a 3-1 lead, but two Erik Lamela goals, an own goal by Christian Fuchs and Harry Kane's second of the day won it for Spurs.
It was also the end of an era in England's top flight, with Arsene Wenger taking charge of his final game as Arsenal manager after 22 seasons.
"One-hundred points, I still can not believe it", he said in his postmatch news conference.
"Do I feel relief?"
"I am a professional football manager and this is what I do and clearly I want to be able to keep working", Hughes, who played for Saints from 1998-2000, told reporters. That position went to West Bromwich Albion, which lost 2-0 at Crystal Palace.