Spurs see off Man U in White Hart Lane finale

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"For now it is to say to the fans and everyone that we will give our best and try to fight again next season to try to win the league".

With the legends out in the centre a local choir sung "Oh When the Spurs" before a tenor belted out an unfamiliar rendition of 'Glory Glory Tottenham Hotspur'.

Club chairman, Daniel Levy, has been working on the project of a new stadium dating back a number of years and his plans are finally coming to fruition. 'To score the victor, to win the game and finish unbeaten here is something special, ' Kane said.

THERE was no time wasting at White Hart Lane yesterday as demolition crews set to work less than 24 hours after Tottenham played their last game there. The Argentine continued to explain that, "We had the control of the game and played better".

"We've got to get the fans behind us, we've got to keep the fans believing and, look, we have got to just believe in ourselves".

Tottenham locked down second place by beating Manchester United 2-1 in its final game before leaving its north London home of 118 years.

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There was not a dry eye in the house as stars from the past were paraded on the pitch in an emotional ceremony after the final whistle.

The stadium, home since 1899 and already being swallowed up by the new 61,00-seater ground rising around it, will be demolished with the club playing at Wembley next season before returning in the 2018-19 campaign. "I am not too anxious, I don't think the players are too anxious".

The farewell ceremony began with a history of White Hart Lane narrated by Tottenham fan Sir Kenneth Branagh and finished with Mauricio Pochettino and his players performing a lap of honour.

The result also saw Pochettino's men secure second place in the Premier League this term which is their highest ever finish in the top-flight, and attentions will slowly be turning to next season and the trails and tribulations that come with it.

Mourinho told Sky Sports after the match: "When people say that we gamble by going for the Europa League, well we didn't gamble".

"It's an unbelievable stadium and we just have to make sure we feel comfortable there".