"That's a great reward", Ajax chief coach Peter Bosz said after the win.
"We did things in this club that nobody did in the first season, like winning a trophy, like having the unbeaten record of Manchester United in the Premier League, like reaching a European final".
United will be without Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Marcos Rojo, Ashley Young, Luke Shaw and Tim Fosu-Mensah for the Europa League final through injury, while Eric Bailly is suspended following his moment of madness yesterday morning.
"Chelsea's coronation as Premier League champions on Friday confirmed what most of us have known for a while now", Collymore wrote in the Daily Mirror. They are friends and they support each other all the time.
"But if I was on your side and you are always looking for these kinds of capital letters, big headlines, I accept if you say that".
"Two bad goals conceded but a positive game for us because the players that needed to play 90 minutes, they did it, and it's important for them", Mourinho said.
"At the end of the day, if we go to Old Trafford and score the first goal, we are in the driving seat because if we score another one, they have to score two".
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"Of course, I have in my mind already what I think is going to be the team but the players can influence decisions with positive or negative performances".
United were the sideshow on Sunday as Spurs bid farewell to White Hart Lane and rubber stamped second spot - their highest finish since 1963.
"It was so difficult, so hard for me this season, so if we manage to do that it will be awesome".
'The boys gave everything they had, I'm really pleased for them. We want to fight for the result, I don't want to field a team where people think we are not fighting for the result. "If we win the trophy, David wins the trophy too".
Tottenham will have to get over their Wembley jitters to do that, but the future certainly looks bright as their new stadium takes shape. Regardless of the outcome of their final two matches, Claude Puel's men will finish the season with their lowest points tally in last four years and seeing the French manager leave the managerial post at the end of the campaign would hardly come as a surprise for anyone.
"That is our expectation, our idea".