Spurs comfortably beat the south coast side, and Kane was crucial to their success, as he showcased his ruthless finishing.
The striker capitalised on some poor goalkeeping from Bournemouth stopper Artur Boruc to score three times in the fixture, and take his total to four goals for the season.
It ended the 22-year-old's six game run without a goal for club and country, and Lineker took to social media to say that the striker's return to form was inevitable.
Welcome back @hkane28 . A nice little nice hat-trick. It was only a matter of time.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) October 25, 2015
Kane will be hoping that the hat-trick will be enough to help him get back to his best, after what has been a disappointing campaign for him so far.
The Spurs front-man had scored just once in his first 13 games, but he appears to be back in business now.
Kane's first chance to build on his performance against Bournemouth will come next weekend, when Spurs take on Aston Villa.