Huddersfield Town 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur

Business as usual for Spurs as Kane ends September in style
Harry Kane finished his September off the way he started it, by scoring a brace which helped Tottenham to a 4-0 away win over Huddersfield. This comes in a month where the English man has scored 13 for both club and country.
Tottenham opened the scoring after only 9 minutes played. Kieran Trippier’s long header fell kindly to the feet of Kane who ran into the Huddersfield box to neatly slot the ball home to the goalkeeper Jonas Lossl’s left-hand side.
Only 7 minutes later, Tottenham doubled their lead. After precise passing from the Tottenham team, the ball fell to full-back Ben Davies whose smart finish rounded off a great build-up play.
Much like the Pochettino’s Spurs, we have seen over the past couple of seasons, any chance of a Huddersfield comeback was quickly ended.
Once again at the hands of Harry Kane. Provider again Kieran Trippier fed the ball into Kane’s feet, 20 yards out …
APOEL Nicosia 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur
Kane steals the show once again as his first hat-trick of the season continues Spurs’ winning streak
Harry Kane provided Tottenham with all three points in Cyprus against APOEL Nicosia last night, with his first hat-trick in the Champions League Spurs made it two wins out of two in their opening group fixtures.
Kane now has five Champions League goals to his name in this year’s competition- with only two games having been played.
The man of the moment provided the visitors with a first-half lead. Latching onto the end of a long through ball played in by defender Toby Alderweireld in the 39th minute; Kane dispatched coolly with his weak foot to beat the goalkeeper Boy Waterman who looked in total disgust as the linesman did not rule Kane offside.
However, the first half was by no way straight-forward for the lilywhites as APOEL only grew in confidence as the half went on; forcing Tottenham to play on the counter much like they did against Borussia D…

Ten man Tottenham hold out to claim all three points

West Ham 2-3 Tottenham Hotspur
Harry Kane bags a brace as Serge Aurier is shown a red card on Premier League debut

Going into the game Tottenham were looking to extend their excellent away form, whilst West Ham were looking to find some form following a 0-0 draw away to West Brom the previous time out.
Goals from Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen proved to be the difference in the London derby as Spurs made the most of some poor defensive work from the Hammers, despite a late push for a point from the hosts' Spurs hung on to claim all three points. The in-form Tottenham and England striker opened the scoring in the 34th minute of the game, with his second coming just four minutes after. Putting Tottenham’s Wembley woes to one side.
His first came as a miss-placed pass from Andy Carroll was transformed into a dangerous Tottenham attack. A pinpoint through ball by Christian Eriksen was met by the forward-thinking Dele Alli down the right-hand flank. With his cross being netted home by a…