- Manchester United finish the season fifth, behind Manchester City on goal difference
- Wayne Rooney scores 100th goal at Old Trafford in comfortable win
- Marcus Rashford nets eighth goal of the season day after England call-up
- Late own goal robs David de Gea of Golden Glove award
- Bournemouth finish the season 16th
The 2015-16 Premier League season draws to a close. Three points at Old Trafford hasn't been enough for Manchester United; they finish the season fifth, behind neighbours Manchester City on goal difference, earning themselves an automatic qualification spot for the Europa League.
Another fine performance from Marcus Rashford with Wayne Rooney running the show in midfield has seen them end with something resembling a flourish, and they of course have the FA Cup final against Crystal Palace to follow on Saturday. But will it be enough for Louis van Gaal to keep his job?
FULL TIME: Manchester United 3-1 Bournemouth
Oh dear, that's taken the gloss of the night for David de Gea. He's lost the Golden Glove award as Smalling diverts the ball past his own goalkeeper after neat work from Grabban down the right.
Goal! Manchester United 3-1 Bournemouth (Smalling own goal, 90+)
United again slice through Bournemouth, opening up space for Depay who looks to try find the top corner with power from the edge of the box, but hammers high and wide.
And a third! Rooney is again involved, lifting a superb ball over the top for Young to run onto. The Bournemouth defence has stepped up far too eagerly and the former Aston Villa man has plenty of time to take the ball down on his chest and prod it past Federici.
Goal! Manchester United 3-0 Bournemouth (Ashley Young, 87)
Time to wrap Anthony Martial in cotton wool, his evening is over as Ashley Young comes onto replace him.
Valencia controls the ball brilliantly down the right before cutting it back for Lingard who sweeps a fine ball into six yard area where Depay is waiting. The Dutchman makes a total mess of his header but luckily for him, the offside flag is up.
Time for the subs. Ander Herrera came on for Mata immediately after that goal and now Memphis Depay is onto replace Rashford.
Rashford does it again! Another well-worked goal from United; Rooney lifts a fine ball over to the byline on the right where Valencia has ran into space. He nods it down to the 18-year-old who steadies himself before drilling an excellent low effort across goal and into the bottom corner.
Goal! Manchester United 2-0 Bournemouth (Marcus Rashford, 74)
Rooney slides a splendid pass through for Rashford who times his run brilliantly and gets to the ball ahead of Federici. The youngster is forced wide however and allows Bournemouth to get defenders back and get some control back.
Still no changes for United, mind. Remember, van Gaal selected what looked like his strongest XI with the FA Cup final against Crystal Palace just four days away.
Mata is shown a slightly harsh yellow card for a challenge on Wilson. Max Gradel meanwhile is onto replace Pugh while Benik Afobe replaces King.
Neat stuff again from United as Rooney slides a ball into Mata, who then leaves his marker on his backside with a wonderful turn. The space opens up for the shot but the Spaniard's low drive is comfortably saved by Federici.
Valencia tries his luck with an uncharacteristic screamer from 25 yards out and is inches from finding the far corner, only to be denied by a fine diving save from Federici.
United almost have a second! It's brilliant from Rashford who dances in from the right and manages to hook the ball back to Mata, whose powerful effort hits a Bournemouth flush in the face. The ball breaks again to Lingard who opts for precision rather than power from the edge of the box, but his effort rolls wide via a deflection.
Michael Carrick, in what could be his last game for the club, lets fly from 25 yards and rattles the cross bar with a superb effort. It took a nick off Elphick on its way, enough to lift it onto the woodwork and back out.
Another elegant move from United involving Carrick and Martial frees Mata inside the box, who turns on the ball as he tries to work a yard to shoot but instead goes down under the challenge of Elphick. It looked like there was clear contract with the player, but play is waved on.
Bournemouth have started the second half well and almost prise United open, but Gosling, from the edge of the box, can't keep his shot down under pressure from Lingard.
And Bournemouth get us back underway for the second half.