Tottenham put in a solid performance as they thrashed Huddersfield 4-0 at John Smith's Stadium last Saturday, according to the Telegraph. Harry Kane was just good enough to seal the victory for Spurs on the road. The other goalscorers for Tottenham were Ben Davies (16') and Moussa Sissoko (91').

Mauricio Pochettino's side was apparently tactical in the game and utilized every chance they had in front of goal. The defeat marked the Terriers first loss at home since they were promoted to the Premier League this season. The victory means that Tottenham is third, while Huddersfield is eleventh with nine points.

Here's the match report in detail.

Huddersfield Town outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Jonas Lössl (5.32). Defender - Tommy Smith (six points), Zanka (6.44), Christopher Schindler (6.79), Chris Löwe (5.26). Midfielder - Aaron Mooy (6.11), Jonathan Hogg (6.35), Elias Kachunga (5.58), Tom Ince (5.92), Rajiv van La Parra (5.59). Forward - Laurent Depoitre (6.46). Used substitutes - Philip Billing (six points), Dean Whitehead (5.88), Scott Malone (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: Huddersfield often stole possession from Spurs players, but they couldn't create any clear chance when in possession. Instead, they were often caught offside and committed lots of individual stumbles.

Style of play: David Wagner's side played with width, attacked down the right side, favored long shots and long crosses.

Tottenham Hotspur outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Hugo Lloris (7.42). Defender - Jan Vertonghen (7.18), Toby Alderweireld (7.20), Davinson Sánchez (7.48), Kieran Trippier (eight points), Ben Davies (8.50).

Midfielder - Harry Winks (7.21), Eric Dier (7.68), Christian Eriksen (seven points), Dele Alli (7.54). Forward -

Harry Kane (9.23). Used substitutes - Moussa Sissoko (7.57), Kyle Walker-Peters (6.17), Son Heung-Min (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: Spurs were effective at creating goal bound opportunities through individual efforts and solid in front of goal.

Style of play: Tottenham showed no specific pattern or style of play throughout the match.

Man of the Match

Harry Kane was on target for Tottenham as he continued his scoring output. In the post-match interview, Kane said he has probably had his “best month” after bagging a total of thirteen goals in September. Furthermore, the England international's second strike was the best of the Spurs' goals on the night.

Scheduled Week 8 matches for both teams

Huddersfield will be seeking revenge when they hit the road to take on struggling Swansea City on Saturday 14 October. Tottenham play hosts to Bournemouth the same weekend.