On the other hand, Spurs are still struggling to put together any kind of form at Wembley Stadium but fortunately for Pochettino, his players seemingly have little issue in delivering results when on their travels.
Nicholas was asked if Kane could "achieve everything in the game" at Tottenham. The home side started strongly, controlling the tempo of the game and leaving no chances for Hotspurs to capitalise upon but Harry Kane was the man again for Tottenham as he gave his side 1-0 lead with a near post finish.
"I'm delighted with the win, it's been a great week for the team, and we've just got to continue that after the worldwide break".
Tottenham Hotspur's Ben Davies scores his side's second goal. With many of their players in top-notch form, this should be a good opportunity for the club to pick up the crucial three points. The home side's back line has been very strong this season, so they will hope to restrict Kane as much as possible.
"Until today Huddersfield only conceded three goals, and we scored four". "He is in an awesome moment, he is scoring goals and his energy is fantastic".
Premier League will be on a break of two weeks as global fixtures will begin from this week. But it was clear that, by about the hour mark, both teams were relatively happy with what they had: Spurs with the win, Huddersfield with a scoreline that fell short of absolute humiliation.
Harry is now Tottenham's 14th all-time highest goal scorer with 110 goals in 172 total appearances.
David Wagner: "This is the first time we meet an opponent with this quality".
Huddersfield have proven to be surprisingly durable in defence this term, keeping four clean sheets in their opening six league matches, but that was long forgotten during a 90 minutes they will want to forget.
Kane now has 13 goals for Tottenham Hotspur and England in September including a Champions League hat-trick. I want to test myself against the best and they have been the best in the last few years, without a doubt.
Such generosity is rarely seen at Premier League grounds but Kane is a rarity himself - a world-class English player in a league dominated by foreign imports. It's thus not a surprise that, when up against the best in the Premier League, they might take the odd thrashing. The Terriers have, however, had an easy schedule to start the campaign, playing Crystal Palace, Newcastle, Southampton, West Ham, Leicester and Burnley.