Tottenham fans flooded the pitch at White Hart lane after their side’s 2-1 win over Manchester United, secured second place in the Premier League and the team’s highest finish in 54 years.
The final goal at the 118-year stadium came from Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney but Victor Wanyama and Harry Kane had already scored to ensure it was a joyful send-off by the hosts.
After a season at Wembley, the north London club is due back at White Hart Lane for the start of the 2018-19 season.
For United, the loss left Jose Mourinho’s side relying on winning the Europa League to qualify for the Champions League.
Liverpool kept their top-four destiny in their own hands as Philippe Coutinho’s double earned them a 4-nil win over West Ham United that moved them back above Manchester City into third place.
Arsenal’s late surge had put Juergen Klopp’s side under immense 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.
Anything other than a victory at West Ham’s London Stadium would have left Liverpool relying on other results.
Liverpool have 73 points with one match remaining, one ahead of Manchester City and four more than Arsenal who both have two games left to play.