After the final whistle, Lucas brought his one-year-old son out onto the pitch, savouring every moment of this special day for him.
It was a comfortable win for Spurs in the end, although there were a number of notable absentees from the game, with Harry Kane and Dele Alli both picking up injuries during Tottenham's 1-0 win over Manchester City in the quarter final of the Champions League.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino told reporters on Friday that the England global saw a specialist on Thursday after damaging his hand when he fell heavily in their 1-0 win over City in the first leg of their quarter-final clash on Tuesday.
"I'm more optimistic about him being available for Manchester City in the second leg".
The win was Tottenham's third in succession in all competitions, lifting them to third in the Premier League, and Pochettino admits he was "pleased" with his side's display.
The race for the top four is very much alive.
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The return game is scheduled for April 17 in Manchester.
A ball was played into Llorente and it found Wanyama unmarked, as the Kenyan midfielder waltzed into the box, around Ben Hamer and tapped home to make it 1-0.
"We have a strong squad, rather than rest tomorrow we want to provide the team good energy and fresh legs to be sure we can approach the game in the best condition and be sure we are going to get the three points". "It was a hard moment for him". He had a scan yesterday. "There is five weeks [of the season left], it is going to be hard".
"He broke his hand and we need to assess today and see if he can be involved", he explained.
"It looks like a similar [injury he suffered against United], but next week we'll have a proper answer because he needs to see the specialist and see his rehab. Nothing to do with what he's (had) in the past".
Serge Aurier, Eric Dier and Erik Lamela are Tottenham's other confirmed absentees for the visit of relegated Huddersfield.