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Live Reporting

By Shamoon Hafez, Caroline Chapman and Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. Farewell White Hart Lane

    Tottenham Hotspur

    And the doors shut at Tottenham Hotspur's stadium for the very last time.

    Spurs sign off from their 188-year home by beating Manchester United.

    The bulldozers will be in on Monday morning to begin the demolition work.  

    Read the match report here

    Goodbye, farewell White Hart Lane and thank you for the memories.

    WHL
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    A lap of honour by the current crop of players, including Kane junior in the hands of his father Harry.

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    An actual rainbow over White Hart Lane as the ceremony comes to an end.

    Nice.

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    No joke...

    The guy from the Go Compare adverts has taken the stage to sing the final song.

    "Glory glory Tottenham Hotspur..."

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    An orchestral version of "Oh when the Spurs, go marching in" is being sung.

    They've all got raincoats on as it is currently chucking it down at White Hart Lane.

    All that effort to get dressed...

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    "Scorer of the greatest FA Cup winning goal of all time" Ricardo Villa.

    And finally, the last man to enter is...

    Chris Waddle.

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    Teddy Sheringham!

    What a #player.

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    We are upto R with Paul Robinson entering the pitch.

    Nearly there folks.

    It's like the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games.

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    Not sure if this stadium goodbye is better or West Ham's last season. To be honest, that was pretty cringe.

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    Robbie Keane is here and so is Spurs royalty in Ledley King.

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    Wow, the roof has come off.

    What a reception for David Ginola.

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    Erm...

    I am awaiting the selections for Garth's Team of the Week but he has just walked out onto the pitch at White Hart Lane.

    I may be waiting a while for him to email me his copy.

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    It is a guard of honour for Tottenham legends:

    Clive Allen, Paul Allen, Les Allen, Darren Anderton, Steve Archibald.

    Right, I see where this is going so I can't bothered writing all the player names out.

    I'll just give you the good ones.

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    Diego Maradona

    When Diego Maradona played at White Hart Lane...

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    We are half way through the video, being voiced by the dulcet tones of Sir Kenneth Branagh.

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    The supporters are being made to sit through a video on montage of the history of White Hart Lane.

    They are on 1899 at the moment.

    We could be here a while.

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    The singers and orchestra are now on the pitch at White Hart Lane for the closing ceremony.

    A few have left the ground but the majority have remained to enjoy the occasion.

  18. 'Just another game'

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    Manchester United

    Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney:

    "To be honest it's another game against Tottenham. It was special for their players and fans but for us it was another game at White Hart Lane.

    "We wanted to win the game, we went out and tried to win the game. Tottenham played well but we could have done better.

    "White Hart Lane always was one of my favourite grounds to play at. I have good memories here."

  19. 'It wasn't enough'

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    Manchester United

    Manchester United's Daley Blind: "It wasn't enough, they were more dominant and scored from set plays and we have to be sharp on that.

    "We have to move on to next game. We need to finish the season as strong as possible. We know the [Europa League] final is a big match and I don't want to talk about that yet. We know what is at stake and we will be prepared."

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino: "It was a perfect performance and I am happy for the victory for our fans. It was a fantastic victory which the fans deserved.

    "We had the control of the game and played better. It was another great performance at White Hart Lane and now we have to focus on the last two games.

    "We are playing against Manchester United and they have very good players. They have been prepared to win the league and win big things. It is great to achieve second position and it is fantastic for us. We have been unbeaten at home all season so there are a lot of things to be happy about.

    "It is true that we will play in the new stadium and we will take the last step (to win so,ethign). We need to feel that Wembley is our home and we need to find a balance between White Hart Lane and there. Next season we will feel it is our home.

    "We will be proud of our achievements and we fought for the Premier League."