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White Hart Lane: A Gallery From Tottenham’s Last Game At the Lane

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White Hart Lane in north London, May 14. IAN KINGTON/AFP/Getty

The end has finally come. Tottenham Hotspur went out in style after 118 years playing at White Hart Lane in north London, beating Manchester United 2-1 before an on-pitch parade Sunday evening.

The current squad, led by manager Mauricio Pochettino, was joined on the pitch by former Spurs players and managers, including Glenn Hoddle, Ossie Ardiles and David Ginola.

White Hart Lane will be demolished on Monday, less than 24 hours after the final game that ensured Tottenham would finish second in the Premier League table, its highest finish in the division.

Next season, the club will play at Wembley Stadium, home to the English national team, before returning to the new 61,000-seater stadium in north London, which has been half-built adjacent to the current ground throughout this season.

Here, Newsweek presents a gallery of images from Tottenham’s final day at White Hart Lane:

Memorabilia 'I Was There' T-shirts sold outside White Hart Lane, London, May 14. BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty

The Finale Anthony Martial at White Hart Lane, London, May 14. BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty

Fan Invasion Fans invade the pitch at full-time at White Hart Lane, London, May 14. IAN KINGTON/AFP/Getty

David Ginola David Ginola at White Hart Lane, London, May 14. BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty

Spurs Legends Ossie Ardiles, third left, Edgar Davids, middle, at White Hart Lane, London, May 14. IAN KINGTON/AFP/Getty

Glen Hoddle Glenn Hoddle at White Hart Lane, London, May 14. BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty

Mauricio Pochettino Mauricio Pochettino at White Hart Lane, London, May 14. BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty

Alderweireld Mobbed Toby Alderweireld, center, mobbed at the final whistle at White Hart Lane, London, May 14. IAN KINGTON/AFP/Getty

Dele Alli Dele Alli at White Hart Lane, London, May 14. BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty

New Lane Cranes constructing the new White Hart Lane can be seen at Tottenham's ground, London, May 14. IAN KINGTON/AFP/Getty

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