Quique Setien failed to arrest Las Palmas’ run of defeats in his curtain call on Saturday as Deportivo La Coruna ran out easy 3-0 winners.
Florin Andone got the ball rolling when he angled a daisy-cutter across Raul Lizoain, although Davy Roef – in a rare start between Depor’s sticks – had to push away Hernan Santana’s powerful drive.
In one of the goals of the season, however, Andone powered through the islanders’ defence and chipped a finish over Lizoain.
Depor scored a third goal before half-time as Ola John’s cross from the left-hand byline was promptly put away by Carles Gil, and it could’ve got even better for them, had Andone hit the target for his hat-trick after he was away in the clear.
Roef, meanwhile, was kept on his toes by Roque Mesa’s half-volley, but Las Palmas ended the game with 10 men, Hernan booked a second time for taking out Marlos Moreno.
The Galicians end the campaign in 16th, a place worse than last season, and with six less points than their previous haul of 42.
On the other hand, a run of eight losses in their last 10 sees Las Palmas cling onto 14th – three lower than 2015-16.
Hernan sent off 79 (LP)