Spurs beats Man United in stadium finale to secure 2nd spot

Posted May 17, 2017

HARRY KANE admitted to feeling emotional after scoring Tottenham Hotspur's last ever goal at White Hart Lane.

Victor Wanyama had the home side ahead inside the opening 10 minutes of the contest and Harry Kane's goal just after half-time put the result beyond doubt, despite a consolation tap-in for Wayne Rooney.

"What a way to finish". "We've got to make sure next season it's going to be our home for the year so we've got to make it as much of a fortress as White Hart Lane has been".

"There's no way I can see Daniel Levy letting him go with Spurs to move to a new stadium next year", Neville told Sky Sports.

"We were simply trying to find balance, even with some players not in their best position, trying to organise a team to give minutes to people who need minutes and protecting people who needed to be protected".

Tottenham's win means they have gone unbeaten at home for the first time in a league season since 1964-65.

"Of course we will miss it a lot because White Hart Lane is special", said Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.

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"Tottenham deserved this victory but chants from the United fans stating Spurs "nearly won the league" is a timely reminder of what the really big clubs consider important", Crooks wrote on BBC Sport. "Of course there will be rumours over the summer but I'd be very surprised if most of us ain't still here next season". It has been an wonderful stadium for us, especially this season having gone unbeaten.

With a Champions League place already guaranteed, Pochettino said their final home match was all about making it a special day for the fans.

They can still qualify for the Champions League if they win the Europa League, but Mourinho will have to settle for fifth or sixth place.

Spurs got off to the ideal start as they went 1-0 up on six minutes through Wanyama who headed in Ben Davies' cross from close-range. Because all together we worked so hard together to achieve all that we have achieved this season.

However, the Lilywhites held on to seal a deserved win in their last game on home soil before a new stadium is built on the same site. "There are not many better clubs to be at around the world".

"You cannot play against Arsenal, you can't play against Man City or Southampton and play four or five kids".