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Both teams have a 100 per cent record from their opening two matches after Kane's ideal hat-trick gave the North Londoners a 3-0 win over Apoel Nicosia in Cyprus on Tuesday night.

The England striker has also scored 11 goals for club and country this month, having failed to score in August.

"He scored three goals, he is one of the best, he is unbelievable", he said after Kane reached 34 goals for his club during the calendar year, three more than the Portuguese. Since then, they are winless in their five encounters (D2 L3) vs Dutch teams, conceding 13 goals overall.

Spurs started the match without seven players for various reasons but Kane described their replacements as "fantastic" and there was a palpable sense of relief from manager Mauricio Pochettino that they had avoided the group banana skin.

Since Kane's breakthrough season of 2014-15, he has scored 79 league goals in 108 matches, collecting two Golden Boot awards making him one of football's hottest properties. He has something special.

Pochettino had said he was "in love" with Kane after the striker's double in the 3-2 win over West Ham on Saturday and he joked he should be more careful in future.

Add the likes of long term absentees Danny Rose and Erik Lamela and tonight's Spurs lineup was probably as stretched as it's ever been during Pochettino's tenure.

Moments later Tottenham broke the deadlock through that man Harry Kane.

Tottenham now have six points, along with Real Madrid who beat Borussia Dortmund 3-1 in Germany. "I think we have a strong squad and tomorrow is a good opportunity to show that we are strong". I am not a manager who cries because some players are not in the squad or can not play.

"We did that today, 3-0 away from home no matter who you play is a fantastic result".

"The first one was a close one, I'm not sure if it was offside or not but Toby's (Alderweireld) played a great ball in, I've touched it inside and I was always going to take it on with my left foot".

"It's a special night for everyone, but perhaps all the more so for them". They are yet to drop points away from home this season and have lost only 1 of their games thus far. "At the end, I am very happy with scoring the two goals that won us the game".

"We'll see now", he said, quoted by the Evening Standard.