A flawless 4-0 victory over Crystal Palace on Wednesday showed why Liverpool should be Premier League Champions and when Chelsea beat Manchester City the following day, they became just that.

There are currently some players out on loan at other clubs who will be hoping to part of Jurgen Klopp’s squad next season, but how did they all perform over the last week?

We’ve taken a look:

Harry Wilson – Bournemouth

Bournemouth did not have a game at the weekend, as they have already been knocked out of the FA Cup, but the Cherries did play on Wednesday night.

Wilson came off the bench for fellow countryman David Brooks in the 66th minute but could not make an impact as his side lost 1-0 away at Wolves – keeping them in 18th place in the Premier League.

Apps: 29

Goals: 7

Rhian Brewster – Swansea City

Brewster played the full game for Swansea but it did not go to plan for the Welsh side as they lost 1-0 at home to league strugglers Luton – dropping them down to 10th place in the Championship.

Apps: 12

Goals: 6

Kamil Grabara – Huddersfield Town

Grabara did not feature for Huddersfield as the Terriers lost 3-1 away at Nottingham Forest, meaning they dropped back into the relegation zone in 22nd place in the Championship.

Apps: 28

Clean Sheets: 5

Ovie Ejaria – Reading

Ejaria played 82 minutes at left midfield in a 2-1 defeat away at Derby County, a game that ended in a feisty manner with a sending off for either side after a mass brawl. The loss saw Reading drop down to 15th place in the Championship.

Apps: 37

Goals: 3

Herbie Kane – Hull City

Kane scored Hull’s third goal in a 3-3 draw at home to Birmingham City. His goal looked to be the winner for the Tigers but Gary Gardner equalised for Birmingham very late on.

Kane played 77 minutes of the game before he was replaced by former Red Kevin Stewart. The draw was enough to see Hull rise to 21st place and out of the relegation zone in the Championship.

Apps: 10

Goals: 0

Marko Grujic – Hertha Berlin

Hertha Berlin finished their season in 10th place in the Bundesliga. The Serb played the full game in a deep midfield role in a 4-2-3-1 formation, but his side lost 2-1 away from home at Borussia Monchengladbach.

Apps: 31

Goals: 4

Taiwo Awoniyi – FSV Mainz 05

Awoniyi was still recovering from his head injury so did not feature in Mainz’ 1-0 defeat at home to Bayer Leverkusen on the final day of the Bundesliga. Mainz finished the season in 13th place.

Apps: 12

Goals: 1

Nathaniel Phillips – VfB Stuttgart

Phillips was an unused substitute in Stuttgart’s 3-1 defeat to Darmstadt, but despite this defeat, Stuttgart finished in second place in the 2. Bundesliga season, thus earning promotion and a return to the topflight.

Apps: 22

Goals: 0