Pablo Fornals scored two goals and assisted the other to earn West Ham United sixth place and a spot in the UEFA Europa League with a 3-0 win over Southampton.
Saints missed good chances to open the scoring as Takumi Minamino clipped an effort past a post on 11 minutes before Kyle Walker-Peters poked wide from Ibrahima Diallo’s pass.
Fornals put West Ham ahead on 30 minutes when he followed up Alex McCarthy’s parry of Jarrod Bowen’s shot.
Vladimir Coufal teed up Fornals to score again three minutes later with a low finish.
Lukasz Fabianksi saved from Minamino and substitute Nathan Tella before West Ham wrapped up the win on 86 minutes through Declan Rice’s near-post finish from Fornals’ pass.
West Ham secured a first top-six finish in 22 years with 65 points. Southampton drop one place to 15th, with 43 points.