Newcastle ended their season in style as they beat relegated Fulham 4-0 at Craven Cottage.
The Toon army scored twice in the opening 11 minutes of the game, before seeing out the rest of the game comfortably, adding two more in the second half and earning themselves a good summer break ahead of next season.
Newcastle have finished the campaign 13th with 12 wins and 45 points in the Premier League.
Jonjo Shelvey opened the scoring with a superb strike in the 9th minute, thumping a volley in from the edge of the area following a corner.
Ayoze Perez then continued his incredible run of form two minutes later, to make it 2-0 with his 12th Premier League goal of the season.
Fabian Schar added a third in the 61st minute before Salomon Rondon capped a fine season with a fourth in what could be his final game for Newcastle.
The question will now be whether or not Rafa Benitez is still at the club next season, with his contract now up. Newcastle fans will be eagerly awaiting news regarding that situation.
Here are our player ratings from the final game of the campaign!
Martin Dubravka: 8
Kept his 11th clean sheet of the season in another fine display.
Isaac Hayden: 8
Hayden is another who’s future at the club is far from certain but given his importance and versatility, Newcastle will surely be keen to keep hold of him. Another fine performance from the makeshift wing back against Fulham.
Fabian Schar: 9
Defended well to keep a clean sheet and picked up another goal from the back. Schar has arguably been one of Newcastle’s best players this season.
Paul Dummett: 7
An energetic performance from Dummett who defended well throughout.
Jamaal Lascelles: 7
Lascelles needed to recover after his performance against Liverpool, and he did just that with a good performance on Sunday.
Matt Ritchie: 8
Another who is up there with Newcastle’s best performers this season, and the Scot chipped in with two assists against Fulham.
Ayoze Perez: 9
Scored his 12th goal of the season and was always an option down the right. His form in 2019 has been sensational and Newcastle need to keep him for next season.
Jonjo Shelvey: 9
What a way to sign off the season! A superb strike and a dictating performance in the midfield. Shelvey was at the top of his game.
Mo Diame: 6
A relatively subdued performance from Diame who may have now made his final appearance for Newcastle.
Christian Atsu: 7
A good display from Atsu who played a key role in the second goal.
Salomon Rondon: 8
Found the back of the net late on and Newcastle will surely look to sign the striker on a permanent deal this summer.