Chelsea ensured their season ended on a high with an impressive win over Arsenal in the Europa League final.
An uneventful first half, in which both sides struggled to find any rhythm, meant this Europa League final appeared as if it would be a dud.
However, Olivier Giroud’s superb, low header opened the scoring and set up and exciting second half of football.
Pedro doubled that lead shortly after when he fired into the bottom corner, and Eden Hazard added a third from the spot.
Alex Iwobi offed Arsenal hope with a stunning volley before Hazard linked up with Giroud to fire home and secure the trophy. Here’s what we learned from the game: