- Kane's double takes tally to 13 in eight games
- Davies converts after slick Spurs move
- Sissoko prods in from close range late on
They think it's all over... it was after the first half.
That was easy for Spurs.
Former Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko scores his second goal in 101 matches! It's also his first Tottenham goal.
Having had an earlier chance blocked this time his effort from close range takes a big deflection off Christopher Schindler and trickles in.
We are approaching that exciting point of the match - stoppage time.
Guess how many minutes...
Harry Kane is hauled off!
What a terrible match he's had - having now scored 13 goals in a single month!
He gets applause from all sides of the John Smith's Stadium - no doubt out of sympathy.
He's replaced by Son Heung-min.
Huddersfield looking to end the match on a high, well, more of a mid-level.
Their attack breaks down as Laurent Depoitre puts a little bit too much on his cross from the left.
Speaking on BBC Radio Leeds former Huddersfield Town goalkeeper Matthew Glennon believes it hasn't all been doom and gloom for the hosts this afternoon.
He said: "David Wagner will be happy with certain performances today as weird as it sounds.
"Laurent Depoitre, Tom Ince and Scott Malone. There will be certain elements he'll be happy with.
"It's just the lack of concentration and inability to put challenges in at times."
Dean Whitehead - age? - comes on for Jon Hogg.
Kieran Trippier is replaced by Kyle Walker....Peters.
This is boring now.
We were spoilt in the first half.
Christian Eriksen makes way for Moussa Sissoko.
About 15 minutes plus stoppage remaining.
Tommy Smith - playing in his 150th league game for Hudds - is on the turf.
He's OK though and Spurs have a corner.
They have another after Eric Dier's shot takes a deflection.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino looks a little agitated. Perhaps he's having a flashback of when the Hammers came close to completing a fightback from 3-0 down.
By this stage West Ham had scored.
It's been a slightly less entertaining half than the first.
There have been fewer goals - fact.
Elias Kachunga goes into the book for a late 'stud up on ankle' challenge on Jan Vertonghen, who understandably yelped out in pain.
Aaron Mooy is off and Phil Billing is on.
Chris Lowe is off and Scott Malone is on.
Dele! Dele! Dele!
That was poor.
The England midfielder stakes his claim for a Golden Raspberry for his dive as keeper Jonas Lossl comes out to try to claim the ball from him.
Ref Neil Swarbrick does not hesitate to show him yellow. Alli does not complain.
But he's being examined on the sidelines because it was a head collision.
He's come back on.
We're back to XI v XI.
Kieran Trippier of "I've got two assists in this game" is down on the deck.
He came off worst in a collision with Tom Ince.
Yes. No. Yes. No.
First Harry Kane and then Christian Eriksen try to work an opening in the Huddersfield area but no luck this time.
The subsequent corner sees Kane just fail to hit the target with a flick.
Ol' RvlP has had a good game for Huddersfield. He looks Town's most effective player in attack.
Aaron Mooy just hasn't been at the races today.
We are back under way.
Liverpool and England women's player Casey Stoney is watching Manchester City take on Arsenal at Academy Park this afternoon.
She said: "I think City are worthy of their lead. They'd have been disappointed to go in 1-1 at half time.
"This game came alive before the break."
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba's hamstring injury will keep him out "long term", says manager Jose Mourinho.
It was initially thought Pogba would be out for between a month and six weeks following the injury on 12 September.
Mourinho would not however give a specific timescale on his return.
Former England defender on BBC Football Focus
It's difficult. People have different personalities at country and club level.
He's managed at the highest level and in terms of tactics and knowledge I'm sure he'll have enough about him. But it's going to be hard.
You'll always concede when you're down at the bottom, but if you're not scoring it makes it very hard.
BBC Radio 5 live
Our live commentary at 15:00 BST this afternoon comes from Old Trafford - join Ian Dennis and Chris Waddle for the full package.
You cannot miss this!
He looks relaxed in that pose.
Ex-Everton player Leon Osman features too.
A harsh lesson? Learning experience? Welcome to the Premier League?
Those cliches and more will be trotted out.
Laurent Depoitre surges forward, lights his foot and launches a fierce strike which smacks off Hugo Lloris' crossbar.
If they get one...
Spurs have a corner but Huddersfield, like they did earlier in the half, clear easily.
It's just the moments after those first few minutes where the defence has gone AWOL.
Harry Kane - what a player!
Final Score pundit Leon Osman will be discussing the striker's exploits and the rest of the day's matches on Facebook Live during half-time. There will also be the latest 60-second challenge.
You can then watch Leon, Garth Crooks and Jason Mohammad on Final Score on the Red Button and online from 14:30 BST.
Charles: Methinks someone has Trippier in their fantasy team!
I don't - :( sad face
BBC Radio Leeds have former Huddersfield Town goalkeeper Matt Glennon watching at the John Smith's Stadium today and he reckons, despite the scoreline, the hosts will keep fighting.
He said: "Nobody will give up in this Huddersfield Town side. If they score a goal this place will erupt."
Harry Kane lifts himself off the ground to divert a cross from the left past keeper Jonas Lossl.
But he's flagged offside or was he flagged for being greedy?
He was offside, by the way.
Well at least it's something.
A low cross from Rajiv van la Parra from the right takes a deflection which takes it away from Tom Ince who was in a goal-poaching area.
The England midfielder performs a mini-Cruyff turn near the six-yard area and is agonisingly close to slotting in number four.
Huddersfield have a corner!
Let's see what they can do with this...
Oh my word!
Harry Kane is Harry Pain for Huddersfield.
The England man scores an absolute 'universey'.
The striiker drifts along the 18-yard area before bending a beautiful shot past the reach of Jonas Lossl.
Spurs are watching a fantasy film. Huddersfield are watching horror show.
Assist: That man Trippier again.
This is not pretty for the home supporters.
Jonas Lossl receives a back pass and tries to play the 'cool keeper' as Harry Kane bears down on him.
But in attempting to clear the ball he air-kicks - Kane snatches possession but Lossl recovers to snuff out the shot.
Lucky. Very lucky mate.
Great build-up with a touch of fortune at the end.
Dele Alli, Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen combine - I've heard that one before!
As Eriksen looks to find Ben Davies, Chris Lowe unintentionally does his work for him by playing the ball into the path of the Spurs player in the area, who holds his nerve to fire past Jonas Lossl.