Although David Letterman hosted his last "Late Show" on Wednesday, football is once again the hottest topic on social media.

The Premier League season is nearing its end after yesterday's draw between Arsenal and Sunderland and people around the UK relied on Google for the score and updated table.

Of course, there's more than football in our lives. Cricket, for example. New Zealand's Tim Southee accidentally hit a reporter during batting practice and the video made it to Facebook's trends.

Read on to see the top stories and subjects trending across the web.

Google trends UK – Top 5

Premier League - 10,000+ searches

David Letterman - 10,000+ searches

Premier League table - 20,000+ searches

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Twitter trends UK – Top 10 (as of 12.20pm BST)



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Tim Southee
Tim Southee hit a reporter during New Zealand cricket practice Reuters

Facebook trends - Top 5

Tim Southee: New Zealand Cricketer's Shot Hits Reporter at Practice

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Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole. Reuters

Alexa Trends – Top 10

1. David Letterman

2. Rand Paul

3. Santa Barbara oil spill

4. Mike Babcock

5. Barry Gibb

6. Aaron Hernandez

7. Keyword Planner

8. Rumer Willis

9. Nasdaq:etsy

10. Father's day 2015

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Hitler\'s horse sculptures found by German police Getty

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