Leicester City and Leeds United relegated from Premier League as Everton survive on dramatic final day

Leicester City and Leeds United have been relegated from the Premier League as Everton survived on a dramatic final day.

The Toffees secured safety with a 1-0 win over Bournemouth at Goodison Park. They remain one of six clubs to have never been relegated from the Premier League since its creation.

Everton boss Sean Dyche told Sky Sports: "Obviously it means a lot. To me, I took over what they called a broken club. It's not broken. There are certainly cracks but it's not broken. We've shown that fighting spirit we needed.

"But I've told the players they shouldn't be in this state and we've got to learn. Next season is going to be a big season. It's a magic day but at the end of the day we shouldn't be in this shape."

Leicester, who lifted the title only seven years ago, beat West Ham 2-1 at the King Power Stadium but it wasn't enough to secure their survival due to Everton's win.

Leeds went down 4-1 at home to Tottenham Hotspur.

Harry Kane got a brace but Spurs still miss out on European qualification.

Leeds boss Sam Allardyce said: "It's very sad for the club getting relegated after working so hard to get back in the Premier League for so long. The rebuild has to be something that is particularly well planned by everybody for next season."

Leeds winger Jack Harrison added: "It's tough what's going through my mind at the minute. We knew as a team what was on the line, we tried to give our best.

"The intensity and the aggressiveness required in the game was not our downfall, we always bring that, it was just some small details but it's disappointing. We just have to look for the future."

Aston Villa will play in the Europa Conference League next season. They were 2-1 winners at home to Brighton.

Manchester City were previously announced as the winners of the Premier League. However, the champions suffered a surprise 1-0 defeat at Brentford.

Frank Lampard's last game as Chelsea interim boss ended in a 1-1 draw to Newcastle.

Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest also finished 1-1.

Arsenal thrashed Wolves 5-0, Manchester United beat Fulham 2-1 and Southampton and Liverpool played out a thrilling 4-4 draw.