In attempting to press their opponents it only meant that Spurs were able to stretch the Huddersfield team and create pockets of space. "Goals to games it is probably the best month I have had, especially after (a dry) August", said Kane.
Town tried to rally admirably and should have had a penalty when Elias Kachunga was knocked over by Davinson Sanchez in the box.
His boss admits that it is difficult to find anything else to say about the England international when he is performing so well week in, week out, praising the forward for his work ethic after Saturday's victory.
It was a mark of respect from an audience who are now sure they are witnessing greatness.
"This type of action doesn't help him, doesn't help the team and doesn't help football". That is so important. He bears down on goal and you don't only think he's going to score.
After seven one-touch passes, the ball bobbled loose to Davies 16 yards out and he had all the time in the world to clip a shot past Lossl. A relief for the home fans, less so the ones who (quite understandably) decided to leave early.
Huddersfield saw more of the ball as the game went on with the away side looking to keep things solid.
"He has the quality and capacity to play and use the demand of the game and read it".
Tottenham's hitman has been in similarly strong form to Morata so far this season.
Ben Davies has been first choice left back at Tottenham ever since Danny Rose got seriously injured at Sunderland in January.
Huddersfield certainly did not give up but they lacked the class needed to get back into the contest. According to the report, Madrid would like Kane in January itself, but with Spurs also strongly placed to qualify from their group, Daniel Levy would definitely not sell.
"Harry Kane was obviously man of the match, but Ben Davies could have been man of the match", he told Sky Sports' live post-match coverage of Tottenham's clash with Huddersfield (broadcast on 30th September 2017 from 11:30 am).
Not many of the 13,000-odd hardy souls who were here that February day might have a recollection of a relatively anonymous kid called Kane scoring or being sent off. He trudged off that day, dejected, with barely a passing glance.
The England forward, in a rich vein of form in domestic and European competition, has scored nine goals in five games, including a hat-trick at APOEL Nicosia in the Champions League on Tuesday.
However his own side are also proving to be a match for whoever they face at the moment.