Harry Kane scored, what could be the most important winner of the season as we beat Newcastle 1-0 at Wembley to ensure a top-four finish in the PL and Champions League football next season.
Kane scored his 28th Premier League goal of the season and it was a fantastic finish in the 50th minute but Newcastle started the brighter of the two teams and Jonjo Shelvey even saw a free-kick come off the post.
Newcastle didn’t have much to play for as they were safe from relegation but we needed to win to ensure there were no last match nerves on the final day of the season. The win ensured Champions League participation for a third consecutive season.
Twitter was certainly full of excitement from the fans and some club legends. Even though we did not win a trophy this season, we can build on this and hopefully get some silverware next time around.
I said it before and I say it now more loudly than ever: Very very proud of MP and the boys @SpursOfficial . Big very big congratulations. 3er consecutive year in CL. Best team in London. Superb achievement. And playing at Wembley. Now going home. COYS COYS COYS
— osvaldo ardiles (@osvaldooardiles) May 9, 2018
— My Football Facts (@myfootballfacts) May 9, 2018
— Lucy Jones (@thisislucy) May 9, 2018
If spurs can finish 3rd it will be only the 2nd time in their entire history they have come in the top 3 in 3 consecutive seasons since Bill Nic era 60-63. Let’s do this 💯⚽️ pic.twitter.com/y6OohSbfv6
— TAS🔵⚪️ (@coys100) May 9, 2018
— WeAreTottenhamTV (@WeRTottenhamTV) May 9, 2018
Not only have we played 37 games away from home, we’ve also faced teams treating us as their cup final and raising their game at Wembley.
— Matt Storey (@mattjps) May 9, 2018
— Steve Nash (@SteveNash) May 9, 2018
Before Poch Spurs highest ever premier league pts tally was 72. We’ve beaten that again. He is magic. He’s just raised expectations so high. #coys
— JaiP (@JaiP72) May 9, 2018
We survived the “Wembley Curse” and got into the Champions League, meanwhile Arsenal haven’t got an away point in 2018.#COYS
— Robert Graham (@gingeryid76) May 9, 2018
— Lucas Ruske (@lucasruske) May 9, 2018
So many wanted us to fail.
One man insured m we didn’t.
Champions League football for the third consecutive season.
He’s overachieved and now is the time to back him to the hills.
— Marc Benamram (@MarcBenamram) May 9, 2018