• Goals from Victor Wanyama and Harry Kane seal victory for Tottenham in their last ever match at White Hart Lane.
  • Wayne Rooney pulled a goal back for United late on but were unable to prevent second consecutive defeat in north London.
  • United remain seven points off the top four.
Harry Kane

That's it! Tottenham have won their last ever game at the Lane.


Full-time: Tottenham 2-1 Manchester United


Two minutes of the five added on remaining.


Chance for Rashford right at the death! Carrick lifts a ball over the top with three Tottenham players trying to keep pace with the United forward. He gets to the ball first but gets his shot all wrong, scooping it high and wide.


Spurs are back on top with minutes remaining. United do know they are still a goal behind, right?


Off the line by Jones! Alli pings one on goal but the United centre-half gets himself back to head it away with De Gea beaten.


Just over five minutes remain at White Hart Lane.


Trippier isn't able to continue after that knock; Kyle Walker comes on for him.


There's a break in play so Trippier can get some treatment, also allowing Mourinho to make his final change. Enter Marcus Rashford; he's on for Juan Mata.

Wayne Rooney

There might be life left in United yet.


Martial embarks on another tricky run down the left and this time is hauled down by Wanyama, who gets a booking for his trouble.


Game on? Martial does brilliantly down the left, ghosting past Trippier like he wasn't there before pinging an inviting ball into the box. Wayne Rooney gets there ahead of Vertonghen and hammers past Lloris from close range.


Goal! Tottenham 2-1 Manchester United (Wayne Rooney, 70)


Close from Martial! The Frenchman cuts inside Trippier and bends a wicked effort towards the top corner with Lloris leaping over the try and reach it. He doesn't make it, but luckily for him the shot doesn't have quite enough bend on it to take it inside the post.


Jose is making changes, Ander Herrera and Henrikh Mkhitaryan come on for Tuanzebe and Lingard.


Woeful from Lingard. In what is probably United's best move of the match, Bailly is freed down the right, looking inside for Martial who threads a neat ball into Lingard on the edge of the box. His shooting technique is terrible and sends his shot five or six yards wide of Lloris' post.

Harry Kane

Kane's brilliant finish has doubled Tottenham's lead and there looks like there could be more to come.


Close from Kane! Tottenham lurch forward on the counter attack through Kane, who easily skips inside Jones before pinging one towards the far corner. He can't quite bend it inside the post, however, and de Gea watches it veer wide.


Brilliant from Harry Kane! Eriksen pings a corner kick in towards Kane who produces a brilliantly improvised finish, clipping the ball into the far corner with De Gea rooted to the spot. While it was a superb finish, it was dreadful defending from United's perspective; not a single player attacked the ball as it came in with Chris Smalling's marking on Kane all over the place.


Goal! Tottenham 2-0 Manchester United (Harry Kane, 48)


A dodgy kick out from Lloris invites Blind to come forward down the left, winning a corner for his side. Dier is on the end of it, however, outjumping Rooney to clear.


And we are back underway for the second half.


Half-time: Tottenham 1-0 Manchester United


Rooney pushes over a Tottenham player, conceding a free kick. You don't need to be a lip reader to work out what he said to referee Jonathan Moss; it rhymed with 'duck off'.