• Harry Kane nets sixth goal in three games inside 10 minutes.
  • Ben Davies doubles the lead with calm finish.
  • Kane curls home third.
  • Moussa Sissoko nets first league goal for Spurs in stoppage time.
  • Tottenham claim sixth straight away win in the Premier League.
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Well that is all we have time for on this particularly live blog. But we have coverage of the five Premier League 3pm kick-offs here, so head that way to keep abreast of all the goals.


Full time: Huddersfield 0-4 Tottenham

A sixth win in a row on the road in the Premier League; Tottenham are turning into the away day specialists. Harry Kane was at the epicentre again with two goals, with Ben Davies scoring one and setting up another for Mousa Sissoko in added time.

The result is a thump down to earth for Huddersfield, but they will go into clashes with Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City all the wiser. Nine points from seven games represents a good start nonetheless.


GOAL! Huddersfield 0-4 Tottenham (Moussa Sissoko)

The cherry on the top of the cake for Tottenham, who get their fourth after a flowing move. Davies clips the ball across unselfishly for Sissoko, who via a deflection off Schindler finds the net for the first time for Spurs in the Premier League.


Harry Winks has quietly gone about his business today but there was nothing quiet about the challenge he put in a few moments ago to prevent Huddersfield from breaking. You fancy had the game been on a knife he may well have seen a yellow card there.


Substitute Moussa Sissoko attempts to put the gloss on the victory but instead of finding Kane, or the net for that matter, Lossl makes the save.


A distinct lull in proceedings now. Huddersfield will want to see this half through and prove they can go toe-to-toe with a top class Premier League side for at least 45 minutes; which is no mean feat for a newly-promoted side.


Lossl has been at sixes and sevens today and he almost gets himself into a complete mess when he tries to dispossess Eriksen on the byline, only for the Dane to shake him off but his cross finds the hands of the grateful Huddersfield stopper.


Sound advice from the former England marksman.


Tottenham have run out of steam a little bit, understandable given the trip to Cyprus in mid-week, with Huddersfield enjoying bit more comfort in this second half.


Dele Alli booked for diving after appearing to go over a challenge by Lossl. Correct decision by Craig Pawson as the replay later shows. Not the ideal thing to do the week after being banned or one match for an offensive gesture.


Harry Kane almost has his second perfect hat-trick in as many games, but can't enough contact on Eriksen's corner.


Back under way at the John Smith's Stadium.


Half time: Huddersfield 0-3 Tottenham

A half to remember for Harry Kane and Spurs. Two goals for the Premier League's leading marksman and Spurs. He had two and added to Ben Davies' simple finish the visitors are heading for victory. Huddersfield have offered plenty of heart but have not been able to keep pace with their opponents.


Harry Kane rejoices after making it 3-0.

Harry Kane
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OFF THE BAR! Huddersfield with their best effort of the half as we approach half time. Depoitre scampers forward and from 25 yards smashes goalwards, with Lloris beaten but the bar coming to his rescue.


Kane has the ball in the net for the third time this afternoon but the linesman's flag is up. Davies' cross finds the England striker and he volleys home, but he was just beyond the last defender. You can't help but feel that second hat-trick of the week isn't far away.


Not the time for a post-mortem, but it doesn't look good from a Huddersfield point of view.


AGAINST THE POST! Tottenham almost get a fourth inside the half hour. Dele Alli turns inside Jorgensen in the box and strikes the foot of the upright. The visitors have been simply untouchable.


Sums it all up really.


Ben Davies celebrates doubling Tottenham's lead.

Ben Davies
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GOAL! Huddersfield 0-3 Tottenham (Harry Kane)

This is getting silly now. Spurs are three up and Harry Kane at the centre of things once again. He turns onto his left foot and though he is 25 yards he curls a beauty into the far corner beyond Lossl. The best number nine in Europe right now? Little doubt about it I am afraid.


Harry Kane celebrating - not doing a robot dance - after scoring the first Tottenham goal.

Harry Kane
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Huddersfield have been outclassed in this opening 20 minutes but they almost let Tottenham in again through a mistake of their own. Lossl is pick-pocketed by Kane but the Terriers 'keeper recovers and make a good save, with Eriksen pleading for the ball.


Craig Pawson waves away appeals for a Huddersfield penalty as Sanchez leans into Kachunga. The Colombian gets nowhere near the ball and is perhaps a tad fortunate to escape without being penalised.