The Red Devils ended Liverpool's hopes for a photo-finish with their emphatic win against Chelsea at Old Trafford.

The wait is over for Manchester United fans,  and after a season that resembled a roller-coaster ride, the Red Devils have finally secured their spot in next season's UEFA Champions League.

Erik Ten Hag's men managed to seal their spot in next year's tournament with one game to be played in the Premier League campaign, claiming a 4-1 victory over Chelsea, who have missed out on all European tournaments after a disappointing run this year. Goals by Casemiro, Anthony Martial, Bruno Fernandes, and Marcus Rashford sealed the deal for the Red Devils, who had their lead cut to three after a late goal by Joao Felix.

Speaking of those footballer that scored for the hosts, Marcus Rashford equaled a milestone set ten years ago by a former striker.

Then, we have to speak about Erik Ten Hag's influence and relevance for the team. The Dutch boss had quite an impact when playing at home against the members of the Big Six.

To make things even more embarrassing for Chelsea, Manchester United set one more milestone in games between these clubs with their win today.

The end of the season will bring reinforcements for the Red Devils, but right now, the main thing for them to do is to celebrate after nabbing the last available spot for the club competition, where they will join Manchester City, Arsenal, and Newcastle as the Premier League teams invited to the tournament.