Homegrown hero Harry Kane scored Tottenham Hotspur's last goal at White Hart Lane as they bade farewell to their home with a 2-1 victory over Manchester United on Sunday. Despite the honour of scoring the final goal at the stadium - which first hosted top-flight football in 1909 against the same opponents - falling to Wayne Rooney as United nearly rescued a point with a late salvo, Pochettino paid tribute to the club's supporters for providing the impetus for their memorable final season at the Lane.
Matteo Darmian is hoping to spoil Tottenham's farewell party when Manchester United arrive for the final match at White Hart Lane. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Marcos Rojo, Ashley Young, Luke Shaw, and Timothy Fosu-Mensah are ruled out for the season and will not feature in the 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.
"I was so lucky because I played the last game at Espanyol's Sarria Stadium. 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".
DAVID GINOLA stole the show in true French fashion at White Hart Lane as he walked onto the pitch filming the farewell celebrations. The match will take place at the White Hart Lane and it is scheduled to begin at 9 pm IST. "At the moment, the Premier League matches are the ones we don't want to play".
The Portuguese has ruffled feathers during a campaign in which impressive cup runs have been set against Premier League struggles.
"It's not a day to think too much about the result, certainly not a day to think too much of Manchester United - cast in the role of awkward guests at a private gathering".
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"We need to feel that Wembley is our home and we need to find a balance between White Hart Lane and there".
United will head into the match after booking their place in the final of the Europa League with a nervy 2-1 aggregate success over Celta Vigo.
"It will be very emotional but at the same time it will be very exciting to welcome the new stadium".
"The season so far has been good, but when you don't win you feel disappointed", Pochettino told a news conference today.
The club continue to enact a strict wage structure however, leading to reports that many of their key players will seek to move at the end of the season. Four of the seven games since have finished 0-0 (L3).