Homegrown hero Harry Kane scored Tottenham Hotspur s last goal at White Hart Lane as they bade farewell to their home with a 2-1 victory over Manchester United on Sunday.
The story of the match was certainly Tottenham's victory in their final game at White Hart Lane but United's season now hinges on one match, something manager Jose Mourinho has been keen to point out in the last week.
That was enough to guarantee Mauricio Pochettino's side second place in the Premier League and a spot in the Champions League group stage.
"What a way to finish".
Wayne Rooney halved the deficit but Spurs held on to secure three points in their last-ever game at White Hart Lane.
There was some concern that this Spurs team, after a disappointing match against West Ham last weekend, might slide in the same way that they did at the tail end of last year's title challenge against Leicester. We're growing and getting better, so third, second, hopefully next year we'll be the number one.
We doubt this Spurs fan will miss the old White Hart Lane as much as some. It has been an unbelievable stadium for us, especially this season having gone unbeaten.
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"You can t play two big competitions with 15 players", said Mourinho, who made eight changes to the team that had edged Celta Vigo in the Europa League semi-finals on Thursday. The ground opened its doors in 1899, and hosted the 2,533rd and final match against a United side that had already essentially checked out of the Premier League this season.
"Second position is fantastic for us".
A 12-week demolition process will begin straight away as Spurs get set to move to Wembley next season while their new 61,559-seater stadium is completed on the same extended site as the current ground.
"When we're out there, we'll try to play exciting football, press high like we do here and that should get the crowd on their feet. The Lane has been home to some of the most unbelievable moments in the history of not just our club but in the history of football".
"However, it is also a sombre occasion upon which the Club formally hands over its home of 118 years - one filled with so many special memories for us".
"You cannot play against Arsenal, you can't play against Man City or Southampton and play four or five kids".