The last seven top-flight campaigns have seen at least one club hit five or more goals on the final Sunday. Before 2017 you had to go back to 2004 before Man City had previously hit five on the final day, with that coming in a 5-1 demolition of Everton. But while five-goal maulings are all well and good, the final day of the Premier League season has thrown up even more random goalfests, as Planet Sport discovers.
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