Robbie Keane was among the Spurs legends invited back to White Hart Lane yesterday, to say goodbye to the old ground.
Spurs’ 2-1 win over Manchester United was their final game at the ‘Lane, before it's demolished and replaced by a new stadium on the same site.
The club laid on a celebration after the game, with a montage on the screens of famous moments at the Stadium over the years.
After that, club legends were introduced to the crowd, including the likes of David Ginola, Glenn Hoddle, Pat Jennings and Teddy Sheringham.
Ex-Ireland international Stephen Carr was there, alongside former teammate Ledley King:
But one of the biggest cheers of the day came when Robbie Keane was introduced to the crowd, alongside his son Robert Junior:
Keane scored 93 goals in two spells at Spurs between 2002 and 2011.