Spurs beats Man United in sta­dium fi­nale

Cape Breton Post - - Sports -

LON­DON - Tot­ten­ham signed out of White Hart Lane, and Hull left the Premier League. Sun­day’s re­sults meant there’s only Cham­pi­ons League qual­i­fi­ca­tion at stake en­ter­ing the fi­nal week of the sea­son. Tot­ten­ham locked down sec­ond place by beat­ing Manch­ester United 2-1 in its fi­nal game be­fore leav­ing its north Lon­don home of 118 years. Tot­ten­ham’s hopes of catch­ing newly crowned cham­pion Chelsea ended a week ago, but it was still able to se­cure its high­est fin­ish in 54 years. Tot­ten­ham’s tri­umph ended Jose Mour­inho’s hopes of United mak­ing the top four, leav­ing three teams chas­ing the last two Cham­pi­ons League spots: Liver­pool, which beat West Ham 4-0 on Sun­day, Manch­ester City and Ar­se­nal.

The three rel­e­ga­tion spots have also been filled. Hull joined Sun­der­land and Mid­dles­brough in drop­ping into the sec­ond tier af­ter los­ing 4-0 at Crys­tal Palace.

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