Sheffield United v Burnley LIVE from Bramall Lane

Sheffield United finally welcome back supporters to Bramall Lane this afternoon as they face Burnley in their final game of the season.

Sunday, 23rd May 2021, 2:59 pm
Sheffield United v Burnley

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Blades v Burnley

Last updated: Sunday, 23 May, 2021, 17:55

THAT’S FULL TIME

and the Blades sign off their Premier League era with a deserved 1-0 victory over Burnley, the players’ player of the year McGoldrick scoring the winner and the player of the year keeping a clean sheet - the players will return to the pitch shortly for a lap of appreciation and the fans have been outstanding today, it must be said. Bring on August when hopefully we can have even more back

Robinson to the rescue

as Wood looks to have snatched a point at the death when he beat Ramsdale to the ball, but Robinson was on hand to boot it away moments before the final whistle is blown

of added time at the end of this game - United look like they’re going to try and see this out by keeping it in the corner, Burnley keeping three men up in a bid to get back into it

Brewster has a go

from the edge of the area after being found by McGoldrick, he looks to find the bottom corner with a placed effort but Norris saved

sees Blades legend Phil Jagielka come on for what looks like a swansong appearance for the last seven minutes or so, to replace Ben Osborn - Basham goes into midfield

First Blades change

sees Brewster replace Jebbison - what a moment this would be for his first goal in United colours in front of fans

to another senior goal for Jebbison as Robinson’s superb cross across the face of goal is poked goalwards by the youngster, but Dunne got across brilliantly to block it away for a corner which his teammates then cleared

Let off for the Blades

as Gudmundsson gets up to head Westwood’s ball down to Wood, but the striker was caught on his heels a little and it’s a comfortable claim for Ramsdale

Great chance for 2-0

as Osborn finds Stevens down the left in the freedom of Bramall Lane, he finds McGoldrick who looks to flick for Jebbison but Burnley scramble the ball clear before United break again and win a corner through Basham...

Superb from Ramsdale

to block Wood’s shot, the striker was eventually flagged offside afterwards but Ramsdale wasn’t to know and blocked it brilliantly

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