Harry Kane hailed Tottenham's 2-1 victory over Manchester United in the last ever match at White Hart Lane as the ideal finale for the club's loyal fans.
It's enough to bring a tear to the eye of any Spurs fan.
Spurs will finish above United this term for the third time in four seasons and Jose Mourinho's side have little motivation to spoil the farewell party.
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Tottenham striker Harry Kane shoots at goal against Manchester United at White Hart Lane on Sunday. "Because with the training ground, the new facilities and the new stadium will put the team and the club in the last level in Europe", Pochettino said.
The Tottenham fans have taken to Twitter to express their views on the right-back pairing, with the majority stating that the elder statesman is the superior of the two players.
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However, the Lilywhites held on to seal a deserved win in their last game on home soil before a new stadium is built on the same site.
Pochettino said; "It was a very emotional game and ceremony".
"We have a special bond at Tottenham that you don't always get elsewhere".
"These last five matches of the season, four very hard matches away from home and we managed with this situation at least to keep some balance, to fight for results and to give a positive image of dignity".
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has handed over the keys of White Hart Lane to the main contractor for the construction of the club's new stadium.
The construction teams have already been working on the new ground for most of the season and there is no room for sentimentality as the old White Hart Lane is tore down to make way for the rest of it.
"There were no injuries and one less match to play because in this moment the Premier League for us is just matches we didn't want to play". "I am not too anxious, I don't think the players are too anxious". But we are going into bigger and better things and the new stadium is going to be unbelievable.