Burnley went down 3-1 at home to Arsenal on the final day.

Who was your man of the match? See if you agree with our player ratings. 

Tom Heaton 7

In trouble early on when handling outside the area but then made a good save from an Aubameyang volley and was solid from then on, the late goal unlucky.

STAR MAN: Matt Lowton 8

Full back’s distribution was excellent, his balls from deep rarely dealt with by Arsenal and he could have had a goal.

James Tarkowski 7

Stuck to his task defensively and proved to be a threat from set pieces, one header saved by Leno.

Ben Mee 7

Unmoved as ever. Blocks from Monreal, in first half, and Mkhitaryan, in second, really caught the eye. Can’t be blamed for Arsenal’s first goal

Charlie Taylor 6

Full of running down the left as he always has been this season. More joy in the first half than in the second.

Jeff Hendrick 6

Poor in possession at times and didn’t have as big an influence on the game as he would have liked.

Ashley Westwood 7

Solid enough in the middle of the park from the player of the year as he tried to keep Clarets ticking over. Took a bang in the first half.

Jack Cork 6

Error ultimately proved costly, poor pass setting away Aubameyang for the opening goal. Not his finest moment.

Dwight McNeil 7

Full of energy, working hard in both directions, the winger finished his breakthrough season on a high.  

Ashley Barnes 7

Gunners didn’t like his up and at ‘em approach. Took his goal well but perhaps got bogged down in the battle too often. Could have been shown a second yellow card.  

Chris Wood 6

Added to the Clarets’ physical presence but very much played second fiddle to Barnes on the day.

Johnann Berg Gudmondsson (for McNeil 65) 7

Immediate impact with a shot blocked and then assist for Barnes’ goal.

Peter Crouch (for Wood 77) 7

Won more than his fair share of balls into the danger area and saw one shot blocked by his own man in Tarkowski

Robbie Brady (for Hendrick 82) 6

Little chance to impact the game as a late replacement.