Tottenham 2-1 Manchester United: Spurs end White Hart Lane era with pitch invasion, party

Tottenham played its last match at White Hart Lane on Sunday, beating Manchester United 2-1 in Premier League play as fans and players celebrated the stadium's existence after the match. There was a pitch invasion, a ceremony and more after the victory saw Spurs stay in second place in the league and finish the campaign undefeated at home. 

Harry Kane scored the winning goal in the match early in the second half before the party started:

There was a tremendous atmosphere as the match went on, and things got nuts at the final whistle: 

Here's a cool video showing the invasion sped up:

Tottenham played its first match at White Hart Lane in 1899. Next season the team will play at Wembley Stadium and then in its new stadium, which is under construction. Sunday was a day to remember the club's history and look towards the future, and the club looked sharp in doing it and will be partying all night long.

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