Tottenham’s fine form on the road continued, as they dissected Huddersfield Town to seal a sixth successive away win in the Premier League.
In the build-up to this game, David Wagner said that Huddersfield would make no plans to stop Harry Kane. However, The Terriers’ manager would’ve wished he had, as Kieran Trippier played a headed pass into Kane, who took one touch before burying the ball past the Huddersfield keeper to give Spurs a 1-0 lead.
Tottenham would soon have their lead doubled, as Christian Eriksen’s attempted dribble ricocheted into the path of Ben Davies who delicately chipped the ball over the advancing Jonas Lossl and into the far corner of the net to make it two.
September has proved to be a superb month for Tottenham’s Harry Kane, and the 24 year old rounded the month off in superior style, as he received the ball on the edge of the box and swivelled before lashing a stunning effort into the top corner from range, as Tottenham went into the break three goals to the good.
Laurent Depoitre was determined to show that Huddersfield had some fight in them, as he charged into the Spurs half in the 42nd minute and rattled a powerful shot off the crossbar.
That was all the resistance Huddersfield could muster, as the second half was uneventful. Alli received a yellow card for simulation after he was adjudged to have dived.
Moussa Sissoko’s club form has gradually improved over the last month, and the 28 year old soon had reason to celebrate, as Ben Davies’s cut back fell to Sissoko who tucked the ball into the back of the net, to open his account for the club, and cap off an excellent away performance.
Spurs head into the forecoming International break with 10/12 points, as well as a 100% record in the Champions League thus far. When the Lilywhites regroup after the international break, they will turn their focus to a struggling Bournemouth side, who they’ll face at Wembly.