Ghanaian international Kamaldeen Sulemana scored a brace for Southampton in a 4-4 thriller with Liverpool during their final English Premier League game of the season at the St. Mary's Stadium on Sunday.
Sulemana netted on the 28th and 48th minutes of the game to help his side avoid a defeat in their final league campaign which saw them being relegated from the English topflight.
Southampton finished the league season as bottom club with 25 points in 38 matches and joined Leicester City and Leeds United as relegated clubs to the Championship.
Leicester City's nine-year stay in the English Premier League came to an end as they were relegated in agonising fashion despite beating West Ham on the final day of the season.
The Foxes' fate was out of their hands heading into the last round of fixtures, and Everton's 1-0 victory over Bournemouth meant the 2015-16 winners slipped into the Championship by two points.
While Toffees fans were in ecstasy at Goodison Park, Leicester supporters at the King Power were left to rue a miserable campaign in which they won only nine league matches.
Knowing they needed a win to have any chance of staying up, Leicester went close early on when Kelechi Iheanacho exchanged passes with James Maddison before clipping the crossbar with a vicious, curling effort.
The hosts did break the deadlock through Harvey Barnes' cool finish from Iheanacho's pass to lead at half-time, and at that stage they were staying up on goal difference.
Jonny Evans almost headed into his own net in a nerve-jangling second half, but the stadium was silenced when word filtered through about Everton's goal.
Said Benrahma struck a delightful curling effort against the post for the visitors, before Wout Faes headed in Leicester's second goal.
Pablo Fornals pulled a goal back by stabbing in via the post as the Hammers finished 14th, six points clear of the relegation zone.