Newcastle United and Chelsea ended their Premier League seasons with a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues ended their season with only one win in their last 14 fixtures in all competitions.
With UEFA Champions League football secured for next season, Newcastle United were keen to end the season on a high, and the Magpies started on the front foot against a wounded Chelsea side who were about to achieve their worst finish to a Premier League campaign since 1996.
Swedish striker Alexander Isak forced Blues goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga into a flying save as he attempted to keep Newcastle at bay from winning their first game at Stamford Bridge since 2012.
It could have been worse for the Blues minutes later when Isak was allowed to set his sights on goal, but could only curl an effort inches wide.
Chelsea kept up their promising start to the second half and tested Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dúbravka with a direct shot from 25 yards, but the Slovakian international was equal to it.
While Chelsea were the more productive of the two sides, the game itself entered into a period of stalemate with defences on top.
Newcastle were able to bring on 17-year-old Lewis Miley for his Premier League debut with 15 minutes to go.
In the end, both sides appeared to settle for a point and for Newcastle it was a third consecutive away game unbeaten, while Chelsea were left looking for their first win at Stamford Bridge since March.