In an emotional post-match address after his side’s 5-1 win over Sunderland, Terry bid farewell to stadium he has called home since 1995 and thanked pretty much everyone.
Elsewhere Harry Kane hit a hat-trick as Spurs beat Hull 7-1 at the KCOM; Paul Pogba scored and ran the show before his early withdrawal at Old Trafford and West Ham won the claret battle at Turf Moor.
John Terry celebrates with his family after his final Blues appearance at Stamford Bridge
Harry Kane fired a hat-trick as Tottenham ended their Premier League campaign on a high note
The Premier League footballing sons of Ghanian legend Abedi Pele, Andre and Jordan, both scored for their respective clubs West Ham and Swansea in the same minute.
Andre officially put West Ham ahead just four seconds before his brother got the Swans’ equaliser. The recorded goal times were: J Ayew – 71:12, and A Ayew – 71:08.
As you can see their headers were also remarkably similar.
Andre Ayew got West Ham’s equaliser four seconds before brother Jordan scored for Swansea
Jordan’s header saw the brothers become the first relations to score in the same minute
With Jose Mourinho naming the youngest Manchester United XI in Premier League history against Crystal Palace it should be little surprise he turned to Under 23s boss Nicky Butt to help the new faces bed in.
Academy graduates Joel Pereira; Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Demetri Mitchell, Axel Taunzebe, Jesse Lingard, Scott McTominay and Harrop all started with Angel Gomes coming off the bench.
Wayne Rooney was the only starter aged over 25 meaning the average age came in at 22years and 284days, a side younger than any of those named by ex-boss Sir Alex Ferguson in the Premier League era.
As the kids did the business and looked comfortable in being thrust into the first team having Butt on the bench appears to have been a masterstroke.
Under 23s boss Nicky Butt was on the Manchester United bench to help the new faces bed in
Tottenham in seventh heaven
When Toby Alderweireld scored Spurs’ final goal in the 87th minute at the KCOM Stadium the club joined an elite club of teams to score seven goals away from home in the Premier League era.
Nottingham Forest and Manchester United are the other two members. United earned their place on the list at Forest, winning 8-1 at the City Ground in 1999 as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hit four in the final 10 minutes.
When Forest vs Sheffield Wednesday was still a Premier League fixture back in 1995 Stuart Pearce, Ian Woan, Bryan Roy (two), Stan Collymore (two) and Lars Bohinen all scored to earn a 7-1 win at Hillsborough. Mark Bright got the Owls only goal.
Toby Alderweireld’s goal made Spurs just the third team to score seven away from home
Harrop puts United in the 100 club
When Harrop put United ahead after 15 minutes he created a little bit of history. The 21-year-old was the club’s 100th different goal scorer in the Premier League (excluding own goals).
Mark Hughes, a 61st minute strike in a 2-1 defeat at Bramall Lane, was the first.
Josh Harrop celebrates after scoring during the Premier League clash with Crystal Palace
Ranieri back at the Bridge
In his post-match interview newly-crowned title winner Antonio Conte spoke of his honour at repeating the feat achieved by fellow Italian Claudio Ranieri last season with Leicester.
Watching it all unfold from Roman Abrahmovich’s box was Ranieri himself. Without his Champions League-qualifying finish in the 2003-04 season the Roman Empire at the Bridge might never have been built.
Ranieri was also responsible for bringing John Terry into the first team so it was fitting he got a handshake from the Chelsea owner before the club captain’s final home game.
Claudio Ranieri watched Chelsea’s coronoation all unfold from Roman Abrahmovich’s box
Crouch towers above the rest
It hardly be a surprise for a man of 6ft 7in but Peter Crouch became the first Premier League player to score 50 headed goals when he grabbed the winner in Stoke’s 1-0 victory over Southampton.
To celebrate the his milestone effort Crouch gave his match shirt to a Stoke fan who wore only a pair of Speedos and snorkelling gear to watch the game at St Mary’s.
Stoke striker Peter Crouch became the first Premier League player to score 50 headed goals