Arsenal held up their end of the bargain in the race for top four, but Liverpool and Manchester City also winning meant that their 3-1 victory against Everton meant little.
Hector Bellerin opened the scoring for the Gunners early on and that began an excellent start for Arsène Wenger's side, not even halted by a straight red card for centre-back Laurent Koscielny. Alexis Sanchez took Arsenal into a comfortable lead which ensured a Romelu Lukaku penalty meant little, particularly after an injury time curler from Aaron Ramsey.
How did the Gunners' fare individually, though?
Petr Cech - 8/10
Another inspired performance from the experienced shot-stopper. He kept out a lot of chances from the Everton attack when called upon.
Rob Holding - 6/10
Looked positive on the offence but he looked defensively vulnerable, especially after the skipper got sent off. Gave away the penalty which affected his overall performance.
Laurent Koscielny - N/A
His only notable input was being sent off early on. He now misses the FA Cup final vs. Chelsea.
Gabriel - 7/10
Got stretchered off in the second half but he took control when Koscielny went off with a few demanding tackles.
Hector Bellerin - 7/10
He scored the opening goal and looked positive despite his recent form. He helped to integrate passing movements further up the field and stuck to his defensive duties.
Aaron Ramsey - 7/10
Broke his goal scoring drought in spectacular fashion whilst also linking up defence to attack, being at the heart of most things positive.
Granit Xhaka - 7/10
Showed his range of passing yet again, he will have been disappointed to be booked. Great attacking movements.
Nacho Monreal - 6/10
He didn't have an amazing game. Looked out of place defending against the pace of Everton's attack.
Mesut Ozil - 8/10
Picked up a lot of form at the end of the season, he did well to beat his man and lay it on a plate for Ramsey. Split open Everton's defence a few times with his passing and movement off the ball.
Danny Welbeck - 6/10
Got the assist for Alexis but other than that he wasn't spoiled with service.
Alexis Sanchez - 7/10
Scored a goal against the run of play courtesy of his anticipation to be in the right place at the right time.
Per Mertesacker - 7/10
He was solid when called upon, a brilliant tackle to dispossess Valencia inside the box.
Francis Coquelin - N/A
Had enough time but didn't get the much of the ball to be noticed.
Alex Iwobi - 6/10
Looked lively with his fresh bursts of pace but failed to take advantage of the tired legs of Everton. Missed a clear-cut chance due to poor decision making.