That's all from me for now.
- Wanyama dribbles coolly around Hamer to open scoring
- Moura scores first hat-trick at Spurs' new stadium
- Spurs move back up to third in table
- Huddersfield already relegated
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino speaking to Match of the Day: "I am so pleased. Football is about the squad, the collective, of course we had some injuries after Manchester City like Alli and Kane and we were forced to make changes and we needed to provide fresh legs and it's good because we have a tough period ahead and the performance was very professional.
"It's always important to open the game and score in the first half to give belief and confidence, after a few minutes we score the second goal and lift the stadium and fans - it's fantastic to play here and gives the players fantastic energy and belief."
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Huddersfield manager Jan Siewart speaking to Match of the Day: "Four goals are too much today, that doesn't reflect how we played. They have a crucial possibility to punish you but the result doesn't represent the way we played today.
"I can't hear it anymore - we know we are relegated so let's keep fighting until the end, we changed things a few times and it made me really proud but I told the boys I want them to get a profit out of these chances.
"We had to score today, there were good possibilities and I try to keep them motivated to keep trying to make chances and score for the rest of the season.
"The lads are better than the points are showing at the moment - that's my message. It's still about this season, to represent us the best we can until the end of the season."
Christian Eriksen registered his 60th Premier League assist in the game, eight more than any other player since his debut in the competition in September 2013Copyright: AFP
Tottenham's Victor Wanyama speaking to Match of the Day: "I think today we started well and everyone was on to it and I'm glad we got the maximum points. It was important to get that fast goal to break them down, once we got that they were more open and we got our chances. I'm going to enjoy it, it's a special goal for me.
"Lucas has been fantastic, whenever he gets chances he tries to help the team. Everyone expected us to win but these games are very dangerous and we need to be focused. The team today was very organised and we tried to focus on our task and we did that well"
Sherbert: A little less conversation, a little MOURAction.
Michael Povey: I think you mean excellent punditry Matt.
Yes Michael, spot on!
Ex-Aston Villa striker on BBC Final Score
Spurs are looking good. All they can do is win their games and I have a feeling they will be in the top four at the end of the season.
Nick H: When you dance down the pitch with a ball at your feet That's a Moura. Apologies to Dean.
You lot have sent multiple variations on the Dean Martin classic.
Tottenham's Lucas Moura speaking to Sky Sports: "That's my job, to help my team and score some goals because a striker needs to score. I practise all the time and I'm so happy today because I did very well, good passes, good finishes and if we play like this as a team we can win a lot of things.
"It was a good combination from everyone, good possession, I need good movements to receive a good ball and that's why I need to be in a good position and today I think I did that very well.
"Now we have a good battle in Manchester, we need from now to recover for this game and prepare very well. It will be so hard there but if we play like we did today we can go there and get a good result and we can qualify."
This was the lovely moment at the end.
Lucas Moura celebrating his hat-trick with one-year-old son Miguel.Copyright: ReutersCopyright: Getty ImagesCopyright: Reuters
I asked: Lucas Moura is the fourth Brazilian to net a Premier League hat-trick.
Who were the others?
Niall McLoughlin was fastest.
The answers were Afonso Alves, Robinho and Roberto Firmino
Anthony: Moura that, please.
Mark: Sure Moura wanted four, but three is Moura less what he deserved.
Top pun work.
Little Britain to GREAT BRITAIN: I can not want anymoura
Lucas Moura is the fourth Brazilian to net a Premier League hat-trick?
Name the others.
You have five minutes.
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Four shots, three goals for Moura.
Barry: 4-0, job done. Oh and by the way Spurs should definitely not move from Wembley this season, might disrupt them too much
Ruz: Three games, three wins, six goals scored, none conceded. Welcome home
Aleksander: Huddersfield are becoming one of the worst Premier League teams of all time, only Derby 07-08 worse in my opinion
Anyone come up with a better pun than David's 'That's Moura like it'?
David Randall: That’s Moura like it.