Nathan Ake's last-minute header was enough to grant the Cherries all three points in their final home game of the season against Tottenham.
Red cards for Son Heung-Min and Juan Foyth saw the visitors down to nine men before the Cherries struck late to record their first win in the Premier League over Spurs.
All the best stats and figures from the game are below...
13 – The victory over Spurs mean that the Cherries have a record number of wins in a single Premier League season with 13.
62 – This afternoon’s result means that it is the club’s first win in 62 years over Spurs.
1 – It is also AFC Bournemouth’s first win over Tottenham in league competition!
18 – The Cherries have now seen their opponents pick up 18 red cards against them in the Premier League, that’s more than any other side in that time frame.
14 – Ryan Fraser now has 14 assists to his name this season and moves ahead of Chelsea’s Eden Hazard to top the chart.
2006 – Mark Travers is the youngest debutant goalkeeper in the Premier League since Joe Hart started for Manchester City against Sheffield United in October 2006.
45 – When achieving their record points total in 2016/17, the Cherries also had 45 points with one game remaining.
281 – Skipper Steve Cook became the Cherries’ 11th highest league appearance-maker, climbing above Simon Francis with 281.
2 – Manchester City and Wolves are now the only two teams in the Premier League that the Cherries have failed to beat.
50 – Jordon Ibe made his 50th start for the Cherries in all competitions against Spurs.