Tottenham Hotspur took a 2-0 victory over Huddersfield Town on Saturday and the major talking point from the game was Harry Kane who answered some critics by bagging himself a brace on the day.
His first-half double moved the club up to fourth place in the Premier League table after some recent wobbles, and it was our third win on the spin as Kane moved past Jermain Defoe in the all-time scoring charts, taking his own tally to 145.
With his performance on the day, it was no surprise to see statistic website WhoScored give him their star man rating with a score of 8.41 for the game.
Three shots on target and a pass accuracy of 71.4% from only 44 touches, tells a story of its own but special mentions for Paulo Gazzaniga and Kieran Trippier who also helped themselves to an 8+ rating on the day.
Davinson Sanchez and Danny Rose completed our top five best performers on the day, so onto Barcelona now – if we have any players left fit with injuries biting.