Berbatov said: “For 90 minutes out there, I will have no friends from Leverkusen even though I had some memorable times there.
“It will be strange to score and if I do I will celebrate in my usual way by raising my hand. I am a professional and my job is to help Spurs win.
“My career in Germany is over now. Hopefully I will have the same good times at Tottenham that I had while I was at Leverkusen.”
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