Fulham kept their momentum going on Sunday with a 2-1 victory over Sheffield Wednesday, and there was a fair bit going on during the game.
Neeskens Kebano scored a brace to give Fulham a final three points of the season to see them finish in a respectable sixth position, with 80 points overall and the joint highest number of goals in the division.
Reading await in the play-offs, with the first leg due to take place on Saturday at Craven Cottage, with the return leg scheduled in for Tuesday evening at the Madejski, before one of those sides takes a trip to Wembley.
But before all of that, did you spot everything that took place at Hillsborough? Here's some moments you have missed from the stands...
Slavisa Jokanovic and Carlos Carvalhal going toe-to-toe
Passion is something you can't say either Jokanovic or Carvalhal lack, and that certainly proved to be right on Sunday when both managers had a fair few words to say to each other throughout the game.
At one stage, Carvalhal was about a foot inside the Fulham technical area after taking exception to something that was said from the bench - which of course Jokanovic wasn't very happy about.
It continued throughout the game but both were friends after the match - I think it's fair to say the fourth official's ears were ringing for a few hours after this game.
Scott Malone playing chicken across his own goal mouth
We know confidence is high in this Fulham side, but even so this was a real heart in mouth moment that had even me in the press box combining an obscurity with the word 'hell'.
It was fine in the end, but I'm not sure Malone picking the ball up on the left side of the goal, running across the goalmouth three yards out while being chased by two Wednesday attackers was something they practiced on the training pitch!
I have to say, it took some real nerves of steel to do that in front of 30,000 Sheffield Wednesday fans at one of the most intimidating stadiums in the Championship and I'm sure there was a few shredded nerves behind that very goal when he did it.
Scott Malone - the definition of coolness.
The Fulham subs enjoying a half time show
The substitutes were 'meant' to be warming up at half time, but they found themselves enjoying a half time dance show courtesy of a Sheffield dance troupe.
It has to be said, the group were extremely good and could give those Diversity lads from Britain's Got Talent a run for their money but it was amusing to see David Button, Scott Park and Stefan Johansen all standing there, doing minimal stretches while watching.
They were so good the Fulham players gave them a standing ovation as they left the pitch.
Confusion reigns when Tom Cairney is subbed
Cairney was subbed off for Parker with 13 minutes left just as Fulham were about to take the freekick which they ultimately scored for, but for a period confusion reigned.
Lucas Piazon, who took the freekick, was originally going to give it to Cairney and after he was subbed off the Brazilian was in a bit of a panic as to what to do with the set piece.
After a bit of shouting and screaming he decided to curl it into the box and well, the rest is history as they say.