Spurs beat Man United to finish as Premier League runners-up

Posted May 19, 2017

Kane was the last player to score at White Hart Lane in the 2-1 victory over Manchester United on Sunday and after a great campaign - one which highlights their progression under Mauricio Pochettino - the England global is confident they can win silverware.

Mauricio Pochettino described Tottenham Hotspur's final day at White Hart Lane as "perfect", but said moving into their new stadium would take the club to the next level.

"What a way to finish".

Moreover, it was their last game at White Hart Lane, and what better way to pay homage to their spiritual home than beating the Red Devils in their last appearance there. "(I'd thought before the game that) to score the winning goal or something like that would be special, and for it to happen is just wonderful", he told Sky Sports News.

"We've got a very bright future, a great squad, a team that's hungry to win and to learn and to get better".

Spurs are building a new £800m ground next to White Hart Lane, so have to go to the national stadium next season - where they lost two and drew one of their four "home" games in Europe this season.

Tottenham will now move to Wembley for the 2017/18 campaign, ahead of their move to their new stadium in time for the 2018/19 season. It's emotional now, I'm sure when we all get home it will start to sink in a little. "We so badly wanted to win this game". I am not too anxious about moving and I don't think the other players are too anxious either.

HARRY KANE insists Tottenham are ready to embrace the biggest changes in the club's history. The Argentine manager was pleased with his side's performance, and the win clinched second place in the Premier League table behind champions Chelsea. Winston Reid, of West Ham United, was the final goalscorer at Upton Park (last May) and the last player sent off at White Hart Lane (last November).

"It is true that we will play in the new stadium and we will take the last step to win something". We're young but we're getting more experience year in, year out.

"But we fight for titles and probably other clubs finishing in the top four, probably they would like to be in our position to try and fight for the title".