The striker is finding his form once again.
They earned retribution for their defeat in Brussels with a 2-1 win, but almost through it all away.
Poor defending cost them an equaliser from the Belgians when Imoh Ezekiel snuck in behind Jan Vertonghen at the back post.
But Mousa Dembele hit a sweet right-foot half-volley in hope more than expectation late on which sailed beyond Silvio Proto in the Anderlecht goal.
But it was Harry Kane who got the ball rolling. He scored his first goal in Europe this season with an instinctive strike off an assist from Christian Eriksen. He was certainly happy with the goal and took to Twitter to share his enjoyment at scoring last night, and his excitement for meeting up with the England national team next week:
Great result last night! It was a tough game but we worked hard to get the win! Also I'm delighted to be called up for @england again!— Harry Kane (@HKane) November 6, 2015
It was about this time last season that Kane first began to fire the goals home for the club and Tottenham fans will now be hoping he can produce a similar run of form.
Starting this weekend against Arsenal in the North London derby.