There was a lot more than just points up for grabs on the final day of the Premier League season.
The teams also had millions of pounds riding on the results of their matches, with West Ham bagging a lot more than three points from their victory over Everton.
Out of all of the teams in the English top flight, the Hammers were financially the biggest winners on the day.
David Moyes’ side thumped Everton 3-1 at the London Stadium to rocket themselves up the table.
As well as securing three points, the team also bagged an extra £4million for winning the match.
This took their total prize payment up to a whopping £118m for the season.
The final day of the season did not bring in much extra cash for the top six, but that was expected.
Manchester United are the highest earners in the league with £153.6m, with rivals City just behind them with £153.2m.
Stoke City were the second biggest winners financially on the final day after their 2-1 win over Swansea.
Three points lifted them above West Brom, which means they will be relegated with £2m more and the Baggies with £2m less.
West Brom were not the only side to lose a substantial amount of money on Sunday.
Watford also threw away £2m after losing 1-0 to Manchester United, which lowered their total payment to £108m.
Arguably the most impressive statistic on the chart is comes from Sean Dyche’s Burnley side.
After having just seven games televised, the Clarets raked in a whopping £122m after a superb season.
Every team in the top six had over 25 televised games throughout the Premier League season.