Harry Kane has congratulated Leicester City on their title success after Tottenham blew a two-goal lead at Stamford Bridge to end their Premier League hopes.
England striker Kane and Son Heung-min put Spurs ahead in a feisty encounter but the Blues fought back.
Gary Cahill and Eden Hazard scored to level the match and hand their crown to 5000-1 outsiders Leicester.
Kane admitted he was hurting but still had time to congratulate the new champions and his team-mates for all they had achieved this season.
He tweeted: “I’m so proud of this team and club. We put it all on the line but unfortunately it just wasn’t enough. We learn and come back stronger!
“Congratulations to Leicester on what they achieved. Finally thanks to all the fans! Let’s finish the season strong now!”
He later posted: “It hurts now and will do for a while! But all I can say is how proud of this team I am!”
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino , who now wants to seal second place, said: “I want to congratulate Leicester Football Club, Claudio Ranieri, all the players.
“It’s not the right moment to analyse the game. Our players are feeling very disappointed and sad now, but this is a good feeling. It’s a feeling we need to feel and for the future.
“We’re the youngest squad in the Premier League and we’re in a position that is fantastic.”