When he was replaced in the final moments of the game, the Huddersfield fans showed their appreciation for the England striker with a standing ovation.
Spurs continued their assault on the Huddersfield defence in the second half, and Kane nearly immediately claimed his hat-trick, after somehow failing to get on the end of what would surely have been a tap-in from Christian Eriksen's devilish corner.
There could've been more!
That rules him out of the home fixture with Slovenia on Thursday, but Pochettino is backing the 21-year-old to answer his critics as Spurs target a club-record sixth successive Premier League away victory.
For Huddersfield, Van La Parra is the only change as he comes back in.
A stunning bending effort from the edge of the area made it 3-0, Kane's tally for September matching the best totals of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in a calendar month.
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Christian Eriksen has improved his health from sickness and ready to play the match against Huddersfield.
Pochettino seemed to notice Spurs letting up on Huddersfield, as he was spotted on the touchline barking orders with his side up comfortably midway through the second half. Substitutes: Moussa Sissoko (for Eriksen): 7, Kyle Walker-Peters (for Trippier): 6, Son Heung-min (for Kane): 5.
Spurs were content with their lead, seemed to drop off, and were happy to just play out most of the second half.
Spurs, after 23 minutes, scored as many goals as Huddersfield had conceded in the first six matches of the nascent season.
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My word, that was fun! They'll be able to shrug and move on, knowing there wasn't a huge amount they could have done about it: had this come in their first game or two, that might not have been the case.
A similar performance to Winks from England global Dier whose game was built on breaking up any meaningful attacks that Huddersfield tried to build and if you look at the few chances the home side had then you'd say he'd done a great job.
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