Cardiff City 1-2 Chelsea
Chelsea turned around a dire first half to end the season with a win at bottom side Cardiff – in a game that saw probably Fernando Torres' last goal for the club.
Chelsea put out a side with a very end-of-season feel.
In the absence of John Terry, Frank Lampard and Petr Cech, Ashley Cole was named captain on what could be his last appearance for the Blues.
Tomas Kalas, so impressive in Chelsea's 2-0 win at Anfield, was again drafted in. And places were found on the bench for youth prospects Nathan Ake and John Swift.
The whole occasion had a bit of a holiday feel to it, so it was no surprise that the first real action of the day came from the stewards – who intervened to pop blue balloons in the City penalty area.
The hosts, fighting for nothing but pride, gained the first advantage.
With just half an hour gone, Craig Bellamy found himself in acres of space on the edge of the Chelsea box.
He unleashed a shot from 20 yards, which took a heavy deflection off the retreating Cesar Azpilicueta's backside, and flew past Mark Schwarzer into the net.
The game looked like a microcosm of Chelsea's season – huffing and puffing against the side relegated last in the league, and missing a series of seemingly simple chances.
That huffing and puffing continued through much of the second half, until the 72nd minute – when the equaliser came.
Azpilicueta headed the ball on goal, to see it saved by the diving David Marshall.
The full-back took his rebound well, sliding it off the bar. The ball ran to the edge of the box, where substitute Andre Schurrle was positioned to rifle it home.
Two minutes later the turnaround was complete – Mohamed Salah crossing a ball, and Schurrle nodding it on to set up Torres.
The Spaniard held up the ball and took a step, before wrong footing Marshall to put it away.
At full time the Blues players applauded the away end, lead by Cole – another one who could be moving on in the summer.
The season of transition over – expectations will be huge next campaign.