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The North London club face a battle to stay in the top four during the remaining Premier League games, while they have a two-legged Champions League tie with Manchester City just around the corner.

After an opening ceremony that involved choirs, tenors and fireworks the game itself took a while to spark into life - Son Heung-min writing his name in the history books with the first goal at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium before Christian Eriksen wrapped up a 2-0 win. "So we are going to keep going until we get both right".

Gate receipts from Premier League matches, played at Wembley Stadium while their home at White Hart Lane was being rebuilt, totalled £42.6m with an average of 68,500 tickets sold for each match. "I feel and believe it is the best stadium in the world", declared Pochettino.

Spurs are perhaps only one or two marquee signings away from getting their first piece of silverware under Pochettino and the manager certainly deserves it.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy appears to have kept his position as the highest-paid club executive in the Premier League, but his £3m pay packet in 2017-18 was half the £6m he earned the previous year after a stadium-related bonus.

"The emotion was unbelievable from the beginning". Now we need to touch the glory of lifting trophies. "We close one chapter and open another chapter and bring victory to our fans".

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They shared some photos alongside a caption welcoming fans to their new profile. "Welcome to our official Instagram ". The previous record was held by Korean pop star Kang Daniel , who hit the mark in 11 hours and 36 minutes in January.

"The idea was to move to the new stadium and the second year be in the Champions League".

"It's just fantastic. What an unbelievable stadium. The noise was just so loud", he said on Sky Sports.

Merson added: "I can't think of a worse game to play as the first at your new stadium".

"It feels incredible", he said on an emotional night for everyone connected with Spurs.

The 27-year-old has been a key player for the Eagles this season and he'll be desperate to start the match despite the injury.

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