Tottenham put in a customarily fine team display against Manchester United in the last ever game at White Hart Lane. So how did the hosts perform individually?
Hugo Lloris, 7
A few risky passes aside, the skipper was generally comfortable. Could do little about the goal.
Kieran Trippier, 7
Got Spurs up the pitch as often as possible and dealt with Anthony Martial on all but one occasion, which led to the goal.
Toby Alderweireld, 7
Enjoyed a mostly leisurely afternoon, only really troubled by a couple of long balls over the top late on.
Jan Vertonghen, 7
Strode forward with complete confidence time after time. Unfortunate not to stop Wayne Rooney’s goal.
Ben Davies, 8
Controlled the left side and won almost every 50/50 challenge. His cross for the opener was a peach.
Eric Dier, 7
Effortlessly dropped in between the centre-backs and kept United’s attacking players quiet in midfield.
Victor Wanyama, 8
Opened the scoring with a cracking header and wrapped up an excellent debut season by controlling the midfield throughout.
Christian Eriksen, 8
Made the second goal with a perfectly delivered free-kick. Constantly found gaps to exploit the visitors.
Dele Alli, 7
Found himself in plenty of promising positions but often wasn’t picked out. Would have grabbed a goal or two on another day.
Heung-Min Son, 7
Caused United plenty of problems. Should have made it 2-0 in the first half but struck straight at David de Gea.
Harry Kane, 8
Held the ball up effectively and took his goal brilliantly well — fittingly the final winning goal at the Lane.
Mousa Dembele, N/A
Gave the hosts a bit more control, coming on straight after United’s goal.
Kyle Walker, N/A
Replaced Trippier with ten minutes left and contributed with some experienced defending.
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, N/A
Ran down the clock as a stoppage time arrival.