Goals from Victor Wanyama and Harry Kane ensured victory in Spurs' last-ever match at their home since 1899 and the final whistle was greeted by a pitch invasion by some of the 31,500 supporters inside the stadium for the final time.
Tottenham Hotspur played their final game at White Hart Lane at the weekend, defeating Manchester United 2-1 in an emotional farewell fixture.
Spurs will play at Wembley Stadium next season with a move to a newly built stadium for the 2018-19 campaign.
A lucky omen, perhaps, but Spurs haven't needed much luck this season as they have stormed to a second place finish in the top flight, their highest in the Premier League era.
"What a way to finish".
The striker who grew up supporting Tottenham will go down as the north London club's last scorer at its White Hart Lane home after 118 years. "We've got the team, we've got the belief, so next season hopefully it's our year".
The Lilywhites have gone the entire season at home unscathed and will hope to sign off in front of their own fans on a good note. It's emotional now, I'm sure when we all get home it will start to sink in a little.
Spurs's new stadium will in theory be open for business in time for the 2018/19, and will somewhat cheekily be 1,000 seats bigger than Arsenal's Emirates Stadium.
"We were aggressive and played to win".
"Because of my respect for them (Tottenham), I didn't rest more people", said Mourinho, whose side visit Southampton on Wednesday.
All of that, said Pochettino, contributed to this day being the one that he'll remember the most from his three years at White Hart Lane.
"We've just got to go and make it happen".
Mauricio Pochettino has admitted Tottenham Hotspur have no regrets despite finishing behind Chelsea in the race for the Premier League title.
"For us it is more important to win titles than to finish top four", said Mourinho, who has already collected the League Cup this season.
Arsenal's late surge had put Juergen Klopp's side under huge pressure but they responded in style and will definitely finish in the top-four if they beat relegated Middlesbrough at Anfield on the final day of the season next Sunday.
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