A one-two is the oldest trick in the book.
It is a simple passing technique to get round an opponent, in every book you read it will say it requires two players; one to pass it and one to receive it.
Not in Lucas Moura’s world.
Some brilliant solo work from Lucas resulted in Harry Kane nodding in Spurs’ first goal against Huddersfield.
Shortly after he scored a second to make it five league goals for the season, but make no mistake his first was all about Moura’s endeavour and innovation.
He picks up the ball with the Huddersfield defence in all sorts of bother.
Moura doesn’t control it properly at first but it’s no problem as he audaciously bounces the ball of Terence Kongolo’s back and bursts past him to pick up the rebound.
It was a moment of outrageous brilliance.
As one of the smallest players on the pitch the diminutive Brazilian showed Hulk-like strength to brush of Kongolo in the box before laying it back to Kieran Trippier.
And in scenes reminiscent of the glorious World Cup, the right-back put in a pearler of a cross for his international captain to thump his header in.
Back to Lucas and Kongolo realised he had been mugged off so badly that instead of facing up for the rest of the match he had to go off immediately.
Then he might have just been injured by coming into contact with Moura’s steel frame.
Either way, you don’t see one-two’s like that very often.
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