As expected, Tottenham Hotspur got the better of Huddersfield Town away from home at the John Smith's Stadium in the Premier League.
Tottenham were in control of the the match from start to finish and deservedly picked up all three points from the encounter.
Harry Kane continued his hot streak and was among the goals again, as the England international continues to play a key role for Spurs.
Newcastle United great Alan Shearer was following the match between Huddersfield and Tottenham as well, and he has boldly predicted that if Kane maintains his current form, then he could become the first player to score six goals in a Premier League game.
Bloody hell @HKane slow down a bit. You're making us Tottenham has-beens look bang average.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) September 30, 2017
This is getting a little silly now. I make that 16 goals in @HKane's last 7 away games. That is mental arithmetic and actually mental.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) September 30, 2017
No player in the history of the Premier League has scored six goals in a single match. A number of players have found the net five times in a Premier League fixture, including Sergio Aguero and Shearer.