The Hull City fans sang their appreciation for boss Silva, but it was gold all the way for us as Harry Kane powered his way to a second successive Premier League Golden Boot with his second hat-trick in three days - and his fifth of the season - as we humbled the already-relegated Tigers 7-1 at the KCOM Stadium.
The striker had put himself in pole position for the top scorer's title when we hammered Leicester City 6-1 on Thursday, but he made sure with one more treble while the team went one better to register our biggest-ever away league win on Sunday.
It means Harry finishes the 2016-17 campaign with 29 league goals and 35 in all competitions - four more than his previous personal best during his breakthrough campaign in 2014-15.
It's the 11th time a Spurs player has won the Goldon Boot in English football's top flight - Harry with two of those, with Jimmy Greaves responsible for four.
Dele Alli, Victor Wanyama, Ben Davies - with his first Premier League goal in our colours - and Toby Alderweireld joined the England ace on the scoresheet, with the only blemish a deflected Sam Clucas shot in the second half that robbed Hugo Lloris of a share of Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois' Golden Gloves prize, the Frenchman having played two games less.
All told, we've finished second in the table on 86 points, our highest league placing since 1963 and our biggest-ever points total by some margin - a fine achievement for Mauricio Pochettino's irresistible side.
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