Kane was teed up by Christian Eriksen to put Tottenham ahead, before a late Mousa Dembele winner sealed all three points, with the Belgian visitors having equalised in the second half.
And Fowler lauded the young striker's 'magnificent' goal, also emphasising the fact he didn't shy away from his responsibility in the final third when the goals didn't flow in recent weeks.
Fowler said during ITV Football's Europa League highlights show: "He’s never hid. He’s always been getting on the end of chances. His movement [v Anderlecht] was brilliant.
"That is a magnificent goal and, for me, good forwards always get the ball on the half-turn."
The encouraging news for Tottenham fans is that Kane has now scored in three back-to-back games.
Eriksen's re-introduction after coming back from injury has been vital in terms of the Dane working with the 22-year-old and creating chances for him.
But Kane's luck in front of goal also seems to have changed and he is snatching at his opportunities a lot less.
Last season, Kane was Tottenham's hero as Spurs beat Arsenal in the north London derby at White Hart Lane. On Sunday, the young striker will likely feature at the Emirates Stadium. Can he produce another iconic celebration there?