It's all over at The John Smiths Stadium. This was Huddersfield's toughest test of the season - and perhaps a wake-up call to the quality that awaits them this season. Tottenham, meanwhile, were resplendent, with Eriksen and Kane proving to be standout performers.
- 2nd Half
- 1st Half
Huddersfield Town - Tottenham Hotspur
Premier League - 30 September 2017
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Schindler might be credited with an own goal for that one. Sissoko's finish certainly wasn't clinical.
GOAL: Alli breaks once again and he finds Son, who picks out Ben Davies who delivers a great ball to Sissoko. His shot deflects off Schindler on its way to the net.
Alli breaks on the right and tries to dribble his way past Whitehead, but the Huddersfield man wins it back.
Van La Parra wins a corner, which Thomas Ince takes. Dier heads it clear.
Van La Parra pushes forward and is brought down by Winks. He escapes punishment.
SUB: The Kane hat-trick will not happen today as he's replaced by Son. Just the five goals this week for the England striker, then.
Alli steals the ball during a Huddersfield attack and pushes forward. He finds Sissoko in the box, whose shot is blocked by Lossl.
Huddersfield certainly haven't played badly - and they are still winning the ball and enjoying possession. But they were simply no match for Tottenham in that breathtaking opening 30 minutes.
SUB: Trippier makes his exit for Kyle Walker-Peters.
SUB: Jonathan Hogg replaced by Dean Whitehead.
Alli dinks a high ball over the Huddersfield back line towards Kane, but Lossl collects.
Alli has been lively today, but...
SUB: Sissoko replaces Eriksen.
Huddersfield break from the corner, forcing Lloris to come out of his area to put the ball in the stands.
Eriksen swings in a corner, which falls to Dier. His shot deflects for another corner.
Based on today, Rob Green has to fancy his chances of getting a start for Huddersfield.
The proverbial foot has been taken off the gas, but Spurs still press on. Eriksen pressures his countryman Lossl into dropping the ball from a catch. It's his second near-calamity of the game.
Van La Parra gets two bites of the cherry to put in a cross from the left. Three Huddersfield players are available in the middle, but Spurs extinguish the opportunity.
Understandably, Harry Kane is the top trend on Twitter right now. The verdict: he is very good at football.
Eriksen glides past several Huddersfield defenders and is invited to take a right-footed shot on the edge of the box. It flies straight into Lossl's arms.
Vertonghen is brought down by Kachunga right in front of the linesman. The Belgian's scream is picked up on the microphone. Kachunga sees yellow.
Double sub for Huddersfield: Scott Malone and Philip Billing replace Mooy and Lowe.
Vertonghen picks up a loose ball just past the half-way line and has a speculative long shot. It goes high over the bar.
Alli booked for simulation. He beats Schindler and looks for contact from Lossl. It appears to be a fairly blatant dive.
The pace of this encounter has slowed. Huddersfield patiently knock the ball around their defence until it is put out of play during an attempt to push forward.
Chat over, Tripper is back on.
Trippier receives treatment. The Spurs doctor has a lengthy chat with him to determine his ability to continue.
After some neat passing triangles, Alli nutmegs Smith as he runs down the left channel, but the ball rolls too far.
CHANCE: Eriksen finds Kane on the edge of the six yard box but Schindler blocks. The ball rolls out for a corner, but Kane squanders his chance for a perfect hat-trick when the corner lands at his feet.
Spurs patiently knock it around the back three before ALderweireld tries to pick out Kane from distance. He is unsuccessful.
The second half starts. Kane's day is going much better than the last time he faced The Terriers:
Referee Neil Swarbrick brings the first half to a close. Tottenham have been magnificent. David Wagner has quite a team talk ahead of him.
Nothing meaningful comes from the corner but Huddersfield break. Depoitre's attempt to scurry away is foiled by Alderweireld.
Kane wins a corner when his cross is deflected behind the goal.
CHANCE! Depoitre breaks free and gets himself half a yard away from Alderweireld. He has a shot form 25 yards that smashes the bar. It's Huddersfield's best chance of the game.
Trippier puts in an inswinger which nearly finds Kane's feet.
Eriksen passes to Davies on the left, whose cross is put out for a corner.
Lossl hasn't covered himself in glory today. He's trending on Twitter...
Kane stretched and puts in a beautiful volley, but he is correctly ruled offside.
Eriksen breaks away rapidly and finds Kane, who finds Alli, who nearly volleys in the fourth goal.
Alderweireld concedes a foul to Kachunga on the edge of the area. Mooy puts the set piece straight into the ball.
Van La Parra charges down the right flank into the box. His attempt at a cutback is intercepted.
This opening half hour from Spurs is as good as anything we've seen in the Premier League so far this season.
CHANCE! Eriksen comes down the right and picks out Alli in the box. Alli loses his defender and his shot hits the post. Another beautifully executed movement.
Mooy takes a short corner and then has a shot, which falls straight into Lloris' arms.
Huddersfield attack with Lowe down the left flank. His cross hits the side netting with a deflection.
Huddersfield win a corner. Mooy's effort is cleared by Kane. (Is there nothing he can't do?)
Kane's second goal really was something special. Left-footed, under pressure from three defenders and curled in with unfaltering accuracy.
In less than 25 minutes, Huddersfield have conceded as many goals as they had in all previous Premier League games.
The travelling Spurs fans sing: "One season wonder, he's just a one season wonder!"
GOAL: It's that man Kane again! Spurs pass comfortably around the middle third before Kane is picked out. He beats three men on the outside of the box and curls in a left-footed shot from 25 yards. Absolutely outstanding.
CHANCE: Lossl has a nightmare. He miskicks and the ball and it slips into Kane's path. He does well to smother the ball at Kane's feet.
Huddersfield have started well - they probably don't deserve to be two down at this point - but Spurs' goals came from real moments of quality.
CHANCE: Kane volleys an Alli set-up from distance. It hits the roof of the net.
GOAL: Kane flicks a pass to Eriksen, who finds Ben Davies running into the box from the left. He slots low past Lossl. Incredible build-up play and movement from Spurs.
CHANCE: Smith puts in a cross, Mooy's shot is blocked by Alderweireld.
It's end-to-end stuff here. Van La Parra wins back possession on the right flank, but his attack mounts to nothing.
Smith puts a dangerous cross in from the right that's punched away by Lloris.
Trippier concedes a free kick for a high studs challenge on Van La Parra.
Kane's goal was assisted by Trippier, who headed clear a Lossl goal kick straight into Kane's path.
That was Kane's 12th goal for club and country in September.
Lossl probably could have done much better with Kane's goal - he left a lot of space at his near post.
GOAL: On the counter, Harry Kane breaks away with Lowe nowhere near him. He slots home at the near post.
Tommy smith intercepts a Dele Alli pass and charges forward. Van La Parra shoots from the edge of the area and wins a corner.
Huddersfield are working hard to shut the ball down in Spurs' back three today.
Huddersfield mount another attack, but Lowe's cross sails over the bar.
CHANCE: In Huddersfield's first meaningful attack, Tommy Smith strikes low from distance. Lloris deflects it away.
It's a cracking atmosphere at the John Smith's Stadium - both sets of fans are in full voice.
Kane is brought down by Zanka around 40 yards from goal.
Harry Winks has already had two touches. His latest is deflected out for another corner.
Kieran Trippier plays a pass to Harry Kane in the box. His shot is deflected for a corner.
And we're off! Tottenham kick from left to right in their dark navy away strip.
The teams are out on the pitch and there are beautiful blue skies in West Yorkshire this Saturday lunchtime.
Poch knows how to take points from the new boys:
Huddersfield are without a win in four Premier League games, but they are also undefeated at home, claiming five points from three games.
Reminder: these teams haven't played each other since 1972.
If you ever find yourself in a pub quiz being asked about things that come from Huddersfield...
Huddersfield boss David Wagner on the challenge ahead: "We want to pull them down to our level on Saturday and then neutralise their offensive abilities. It's important that we play for three points against Spurs; we will try everything to do that."
Mauricio Pochettino isn't underestimating the competition: "Today we have a tough game, they do not concede too many goals. It’s a massive challenge. They are a very energetic team with a lot of good-quality players. I admire Huddersfield, they are fantastic. It is important to recognise that."
Twenty-five minutes to go until we see the Dier-Winks-Eriksen midfield in action in West Yorkshire. To whet your appetite, here's some people getting off of a bus:
Tottenham are searching for a fourth successive away win of the season. They have scored eight goals in three road games - but today they face a team that has only conceded three goals. Only the Manchester sides have a better defensive record than the Terriers.
Tottenham haven't beaten Huddersfield in over 45 years. To be fair, their last meeting was on 6th September 1972 (a 2-1 League Cup win for Spurs at White Hart Lane) but don't let that stand in the way of a scary-sounding stat. Spurs last won in the town of Huddersfield in 1954.
HUDDERSFIELD: Lossl, Smith, Jorgensen, Schindler, Lowe, Mooy, Hogg, Kachunga, van La Parra, Ince, Depoitre. Subs: Malone, Whitehead, Billing, Sabiri, Cranie, Green, Hadergjonaj.///TOTTENHAM: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Davies, Dier, Winks, Eriksen, Dele, Kane. Subs: Vorm, Font, Walker-Peters, Sissoko, Nkoudou, Son, Llorenteóm
The visitors' team is out: Harry Winks is given the start over Moussa Sissoko.
David Wagner makes one change to the team that was held at Burnley last weekend:
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's live commentary of Tottenham's Premier League visit to Huddersfield. This is Ryan Bailey (@ryanjaybailey) taking you through all the action from The John Smiths Stadium.