The array of glorious goals, particularly from man-of-the-match Son and Eriksen, was a fitting way for Spurs to say farewell to Cup competition at White Hart Lane. We just want people to enjoy the game.
"But, we've earned the right to pit ourselves against one of the best in the country".
Son's hat-trick heroics helped to gloss over an early injury scare to star striker Harry Kane, though Spurs showed no signs of struggle against the League One side.
Millwall arrived with a 17-match unbeaten run that included FA Cup upsets of Bournemouth, Watford and Leicester, but facing a team of Tottenham's class was a different proposition altogether. We knew very well that it could be a hard game as before they had beaten three Premier League teams. I was here for the last couple of gave where they embarrassed Stoke in the first half and were 4-0 up.
There were no major incidents inside the stadium, but an injury to Harry Kane took plenty of the gloss of Tottenham's victory and certainly made Son and Janssen's goals all the more timely. But it's important for the players who can play in his position like Son and Vincent find the net and score goals.
Lord Ouseley, chairman of anti-racism group Kick It Out and a Millwall fan, told the Associated Press news agency: "If complaints are made they will have to be looked at to see if they have any validity to see if it stirs up racial hatred". But let's be positive and try and help him.
"Yes, it's about the team".
Son has had a particularly big influence in front of goal for Spurs this season and has scored 12 goals in 37 games this season after settling for a bit-part role at the club in the past. My job is to select only 11 players in every game, but I was always happy with Sonny.
The England forward won the award by edging out Manchester City duo Gabriel Jesus and David Silva, West Brom defender Gareth McAuley, Hull City goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic and Everton striker Romelu Lukaku. We have different opportunities to play, use different formations.
His plight brought sympathy from his team mate Dele Alli, who told the BBC: "It is always terrible to lose a player like Harry.We wish him a speedy recovery". "It's hard for me to understand you in the press conference".