Tottenham hat-trick hero Lucas Moura shares heartfelt moment on the pitch with his son Miguel after smashing three past Huddersfield
- Lucas Moura was in red-hot form as Tottenham defeated Huddersfield at home
- The Brazilian scored a hat-trick as Spurs went on to record a 4-0 victory
- Following the match Lucas brought his two-year-old son Miguel onto the pitch
- Lucas spoke of his delight an appreciation to score his first European hat-trick
Tottenham winger Lucas Moura had a day to remember after scoring his first hat-trick for the club and celebrating on the pitch of Spurs pristine new stadium with his young son Miguel.
Lucas was in blistering form as Spurs took apart Huddersfield in ruthless fashion, hitting the back of the net three times in a 4-0 win to register his first hat-trick in European football.
As the final whistle sounded inside the new Spurs stadium, Lucas diverted his attention to a section of the crowd where he knew his wife Larissa Saad and offspring were located.
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Tottenham winger Lucas Moura had a day to remember after bringing his son onto the pitch
The Brazilian brought little Miguel onto the field after helping Tottenham to a 4-0 victory
Lucas was smiling from ear to ear after helping his side to another crucial victory
Spurs fans stayed behind after the final whistle to applaud the winger for his performance
The 26-year-old was full of emotion following his majestic performance in north London
The fans parted to allow Lucas to get to Miguel, hoisting the youngster aloft and bringing him onto the pitch.
Lucas then kicked a football around in a special father-son moment, as the Spurs supported stayed inside the ground to applause and show their appreciation for his performance.
Saad herself also captured the action, filming her husband and son on the turf and uploading the footage to social media platform Instagram.
The emotional moment was captured by Lucas’s wife Larissa Saad and uploaded online
‘Papa scored three goals’ wrote Saad as she filmed her husband and son out on the pitch
The winger was left jumping for joy in the match as his tormented Huddersfield over again
The former PSG man scored his first hat-trick in European football inside Spurs new stadium
Speaking following the match, Lucas told Sky Sports: ‘It was a special day for me, it was a good moment. First hat-trick in Europe as well, I don’t have the words to describe.
‘All I can say is thank you to God, I’m very happy here and now we must push on to create history in this stadium. It’s a day I will never forget.
‘That’s my job to help my team, to score some goals because I know a striker needs to score and I practise this.
‘I’m happy today because I finished very well. We need to keep going like this, because if we can keep this intensity we can win a lot of things.’