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It's all over at White Hart Lane, where today's 2-1 win over United means Spurs have gone an entire top-flight league campaign unbeaten at home for the first time since 1965. It was perhaps slightly nervier at the end than it should have been following Wayne Rooney's 71st-minute strike, but Mauricio Pochettino's men have succeeded in giving their grand old stadium a fitting send-off. Fans stream onto the pitch in their thousands at the final whistle.
Well, well. Could we have some genuine tension in the final 20 minutes here? Despite spending most of the match on the back foot, United have looked lively in their rare forays forward all afternoon and have halved the deficit. Martial beats Trippier on the left and drills in a low cross which Rooney pokes beyond Lloris.
Tottenham finally have the breathing space their first-half performance merited courtesy of Kane, who smartly connects with a curling Eriksen delivery into the box and deflects it past De Gea. Exactly what Mourinho didn't want to happen so early in this second half.
Tottenham deservedly lead and at times De Gea has been the only man preventing a demolition at White Hart Lane. Victor Wanyama's early header separates the teams and Heung-Min Son, Harry Kane and Dele Alli have all gone close, but at the other end United have created some dangerous moments of their own. This isn't over, even if it should be.
The finale has its perfect start. Davies curls a pinpoint cross in from a deep position on the left and Wanyama rises highest to meet it at the back post, powering a header back across the helpless De Gea, who throws up his hands in frustration as his net bulges and White Hart Lane erupts.