Tottenham bid farewell to White Hart Lane in style with a solid win against Manchester United.
The victory ensures Spurs remain unbeaten at home in the Premier League this season, and guarantees their second place finish.
It was an emotional final 90 minutes for Spurs at the Lane before moving on to their shiny new stadium for the 2018-19 season.
For now, Mauricio Pochettino’s side will have to make do with calling Wembley their temporary home.
Crikey, let’s hope that Wembley curse is lifted.
Spurs were really up for this one, and opened the score inside seven minutes thanks to a powerful header from Victor Wanyama.
It’s fair to say that the home side dominated the first-half, but didn’t add to the score until after the break when Harry Kane flicked home a lovely Christian Eriksen cross.
Kane’s goal means he’s now scored against 24 of the 25 teams he’s faced in Premier League football.
The only team he’s failed to score against in the top-flight, you ask?
You can impress your Tottenham supporting mates with that stat later.
DREAM TEAM POINTS
Spurs: Lloris 5, Trippier 6, Alderweireld 6, Vertonghen 6, Davies 7, Dier 7, Wanyama 8, Eriksen 7, Alli 6, Son 6, Kane 7
Subs: Dembele 6, Walker 6, Nkoudou 5
Man United: De Gea 6, Bailly 6, Smalling 7, Jones 7, Blind 6, Carrick 6, Tuanzebe 5, Lingard 5, Mata 6, Rooney 7, Martial 7
Subs: Herrera 6, Mkhitaryan 6, Rashford 5
Star Man: Victor Wanyama