Mauricio Pochettino's men now have a seven-point cushion over third-placed Liverpool and boast one of the best home records in the country, winning their last seven games in all competitions at White Hart Lane.

White Hart Lane is due to be demolished when the season ends to pave way for Spurs' new state-of-the-art stadium. We had to do it because, if I have Ashley Young, Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo, Ibrahimovic, Tim Fosu-Mensah, if I have these guys, I can rotate, I can go for every match. Marouane Fellaini is suspended for the match as well, and Paul Pogba will also be absent after he returned home following the death of his father.

If the delays were only for the early part of the season then Spurs could request for fixtures early in the season to be played away from home, as Liverpool did this season as they waited for completion of their new Main Stand at Anfield. "We are determined that it will be a worthy successor to White Hart Lane and a fitting stage for our current and future great teams".

Here's what fans on social media had to say about his performance at White Hart Lane. He is the only Spurs player with more than two key passes per 90 minutes, of players with at least 1000 minutes played, according to

Kane, who has now scored against every club in this season's Premier League, added: "What a way to finish".

"It will be very emotional but at the same time it will be very exciting to welcome the new stadium".

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has admitted that today's final match at White Hart Lane will be a "sad occasion" but is adamant that he will make his mark at the new stadium.

They can also go unbeaten at home in a league season for the first time since 1964-65.

Kyle Walker has been linked with a move to either Manchester club this summer, while reports have emerged linking Manchester United with interest in Eric Dier.

"We're disappointed after losing out on the title again, but we're growing and getting better". United squeezed out into the Europa League final with a 1-1 draw against Celta Vigo. Despite having two games remaining in the league, manager Jose Mourinho is sure to rest a number of key players ahead of the Europa League final on May 25 AEST.

But there was no denying Mauricio Pochettino's men after the break and it was Kane who made it 2-0 with a clever finish, poking the ball past De Gea from close range after shrugging off Chris Smalling.