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Hull are relegated to the Championship after a match that surely brought as many smiles from south Wales as it did from Selhurst Park. Crystal Palace controlled proceedings from start to finish, confirming their own survival and that of Swansea with two goals in each half.
Hull have crumbled utterly in these final minutes and McArthur slips a pass through a motionless defensive line to Van Aanholt, who slides the ball underneath Jakupovic to compound the visitors' misery.
Milivojevic puts the seal on Hull's relegation from the penalty spot, sending Jakupovic the wrong way from 12 yards after Dawson's tired challenge fells a surging Schlupp in the final minutes. Palace haven't been as expansive in this second half, but they've easily kept the visitors at arm's length.
Barring a miracle at Selhurst Park, Hull are 45 minutes away from being relegated. Palace are two goals ahead and in total control, passing the ball around with confidence and purpose. If anything, it looks like this scoreline could get even uglier for the visitors after the break.