Forward Lucas struck his first treble since moving to Europe and joining Paris St Germain in 2013 as Spurs cemented their position in the Premier League top four with a thumping win over the already-relegated visitors at their new stadium.
Five points from safety, Cardiff travelled to fellow relegation candidates Burnley knowing they need to start picking up points with time running out this season, but they found themselves behind just after the half-hour mark. It was very emotional for him and I am so happy for him and his family. Eriksen was the architect for the first, drilling an excellent cross from the right which the Brazilian finished from 10 yards, and in stoppage-time he latched onto a lovely through-pass from substitute Son Heung-Min to flash a spectacular effort past the helpless goalkeeper.
Although Kane has quick powers of recovery, returning ahead of schedule on a number of occasions, Pochettino has said it will be tough for him to play again this season.
Even in the absence of Kane, Alli and Son, it was an exercise of attack versus defence from the off as Spurs were camped in Huddersfield's half, but with 10 men behind the ball the visitors were initially hard to break down.
"I have no words to explain this moment", Lucas said.
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West Ham have been unsafe this season without consistency and the quality of their players is high", he added. From a technical point of view, no. "And I hope that I can stay here [next season]".
"I'm so happy here".
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"I'm so happy because I did well", he added.
Injured in the first quarter-final match of the Champions League against Manchester City, the Tottenham striker Harry Kane will miss three months, MSN reported. "We'll see and we'll take a decision that is best for everyone".
Surgeon Mark Davies, a leading specialist at the London Foot and Ankle Centre who has operated on Premier League footballers, says that going under the knife could help restore the strength of Kane's ligament to what it was before his first injury.