Tottenham's title hopes were dashed as Chelsea came from two goals down to seal a 2-2 draw, ensuring Leicester were crowned champions.
Spurs lost a 2-0 lead - which made it even harder for fans to watch - as they failed to end their 26-year wait for victory at Stamford Bridge.
As a Tottenham fan they just lost there heads out there in the end and it cost us unfortunately threw away a 2 nil lead. Gutted #Spurs
-- rhys doggrell (@rdoggrell) May 2, 2016
-- xLuLzNicKx (@xLuLzNicKx) April 25, 2016
The bad-tempered draw between the two London clubs saw Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min score, before Gary Cahill pulled a goal back and substitute Eden Hazard belatedly rediscovered his form of last season with an equaliser.
It might have had something to do with several scrappy incidents. Nine Spurs players were booked, four after Hazard's equaliser, and the players left the field squabbling.
Here's everything you need to know from the perspective of Spurs players.
Some are seeing the positives though...