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

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

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

Tottenham's Victor Wanyama, right, vies for the ball with Manchester United's Michael Carrick below a display screen during the English Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United at White Hart Lane stadium in London, Sunday, May 14, 2017.

Tottenham Hotspur played their final game at White Hart Lane at the weekend, defeating Manchester United 2-1 in an emotional farewell fixture.

"What a way to finish".

The demolition of White Hart Lane began on Monday and Spurs will play all of next season's home matches at Wembley Stadium.

"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.

He added: "We've just got to next season go out and try and win some trophies, and go into the new season as proper title contenders and players who can win trophies".

It was Spurs' 14th successive home league win - equalling the club record, set over two seasons in 1987 - and meant they finished a league campaign unbeaten at home for the first time since 1964-65.

"But at the same time we welcome the new stadium". Their 2-1 win over Manchester United was followed by a pitch invasion from fans desperately trying to take home a souvenir from the famous old ground.

We need to feel that Wembley is our home and we need to find a balance between White Hart Lane and there.

Vincent Janssen posted an image of himself on the White Hart Lane pitch after the final game at the stadium - and Tottenham fans took to Twitter to share their faith that he will make a big impact next season.

"But we have one (the Europa League final) that is more important than others". Everything about Mauricio Pochettino's side points forward at the moment: a forward thinking, aggressive mentality on the pitch; a new stadium; their best ever Premier League finish; another shot at the Champions League next year. We wanted a win so badly in our last game here. That was one of the reasons I made a decision to join the club and I loved my time there.

"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. We've been third and second so hopefully we can be first next year".