Old Trafford, Manchester - Manchester United beat Chelsea 4-1 to qualify for next season's Champions League.
Needing just one point to ensure a top-four finish in this season's Premier League
Chelsea have endured a disappointing season but played well in the first half
Although Frank Lampard's young side were 2–0 down just before halftime, Anthony Martial tapped in on a pass from Jadon Sancho and from there the result looked certain.
Bruno Fernandes, who had struck first, made it 3–0 from the penalty spot, before Marcus Rashford scored his 30th goal of the season from close range.
Joao Felix provided some good consolation for the Blues, who are 12th in the table and desperate to see out the end of the season.
Man United Illuminate The Style In Tribute To Ten Haag's Work
United have become accustomed for much of this season, especially in recent months, to winning games by less comfortable margins than they should.
While the defense is generally solid (De Gea has already won the Golden Glove award for most clean sheets with 17 and counting), ten Haag has often been frustrated by his inability to kill off matches.
United finished the game with 5.14 expected goals, the most by any team in any Premier League game this season (according to Opta data).