5 talking points from Tottenham’s win at Huddersfield


Harry Kane is without doubt world class

If there was any doubt before the start of this match that Harry Kane isn’t the most lethal striker in world football at the moment, he once again proved it. The Spurs front man added another brace to his tally to make it a hugely impressive 11 goals in 6 games for his club in the month of September.

Danny Rose stops Googling ‘Ben Davies’

The Welshman has been in the form of his life this season and has done so well that we aren’t even asking ourselves when Danny Rose is going to be back fit. Today he was really good. Solid, as always, defensively and offered lots going forward. Took his goal superbly and will leave Rose knowing he has his work cut out to reclaim the left-back berth.

The kick-start he needed?

Finally, after 44 attempts, Moussa Sissoko has finally scored a goal for Tottenham. Admittedly, it was hardly a ‘goal of the month’ contender but they all count. Hopefully, the French midfielder can now find the confidence to push on and finally prove his worth.

No more diving, Dele

Probably the only negative point to our display was Dele’s dive attempt to try and win a penalty. This didn’t exactly go down well with boss Mauricio Pochettino who was critical of the action and claimed that Dele ‘needs to learn’.

Welcome back, Eric Dier

It was refreshing to see Eric Dier revert back to his old self. Playing nice, simple passes. Outmuscling the Huddersfield midfield by winning headers and breaking up play. Keep it simple, Eric!

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  1. what a special team played like stars and harry cane one of the best in the world you really make my weekend and the rest of the week . up the Spurs

  2. seen on aus tv west hame, Apoel and now Huddersfield. After a couple of stumbles at Wembley, these last few games seem to be getting VERY near to the Spurs side of last year, the exhibition against Huddersfield was as good as I have seen for many a long day. If ONLY they could play like that at Wembley

    John Cobb, Melbourne, Australia


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