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Rangnick calls for changes, Roy Keane makes shock omission in his Manchester United XI and Mitrovic breaks a scoring record.

Aleksandar Mitrovic reached a record 43 goals for the season in the Championship as Fulham ensured they won this season's Championship.

The club thrashed Luton Town 7-0, a result even more impressive given that they are in the sixth and final play-off spot.

His 43 goals are more goals scored than Hull City (40), Peterborough (38) and Barnsley (33).

Mitrovic will have high hopes of continuing his scoring form in the Premier League next season but there is work to do if you look at his track record in the top flight.

In three and a half seasons, the Serb has scored 24 goals in 104 appearances which converts to one in every 4.3 games.

Eden Hazard has hardly hit the dizzy heights he was expected to when he joined Real Madrid from Chelsea in 2019.

Injuries and a huge dip in form have seen his minutes on the pitch limited but it has not stopped him from equalling Cristiano Ronaldo's accomplishment at Los Blancos.

In three seasons, Hazard has won two La Liga titles - the same amount as Ronaldo although CR7 spent nine seasons there.

However, Ronaldo has four Champions League trophies from his time at Madrid too - and that's the same number of goals Hazard has scored for Real.

Ralf Rangnick won his final game at Old Trafford as manager with a 3-0 win over Brentford.

It was one of United's best performances this season, according to the German coach but this was not a season to remember for the club. Rangnick highlighted his feelings and spoke about plans this summer.

Roy Keane was part of Monday Night Football's punditry team and alongside Jamie Carragher, he picked his best Man Utd team.

While he was quick to give Gary Neville some stick, he made the XI but there was one strange omission from the team in favour of Paul Ince. It has created quite the reaction on social media and if Piers thinks it's 'madness' then it must be.

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