The mid-week stuffing of Red Star Belgrade was just the tonic Mauricio Pochettino and his band of merry men needed after a series of poor results left many asking questions of the Lilywhites.
It was vital a comprehensive performance was displayed by Kane and co especially as next up is a trip to face unbeaten league leaders Liverpool.
It won’t get any harder than this in the Premier League for Spurs but fortunately the clubhead into the clash with an injection of much-needed confidence.
So, with the Super Sunday clash in mind, how do the Lilywhites stack up against the Reds of Liverpool?
Head to head stats
Both sides have been ever present in the Premier League and spent much of their existence in the top flight of English football.
Therefore, it is of little surprise to learn that there is a rich history of competition between the two.
Overall, Liverpool have a distinct advantage over Spurs in the head to heads having won a total of 83 games in all competitions. Tottenham have claimed 48 wins against the Reds with a total of 42 draws.
However, it was Tottenham who won the first ever game between the pair 1-0 in a 1909 Division One clash in North London.
Who can forget that the last time the pair met was in June’s Champions League final?
Jurgen Klopp’s men won 2-0 that day to complete a trio of wins over Spurs in the 2018/19 season.
Perhaps more worrying for Tottenham is that you have to go all the way back to the 15th May 2011 for the last time Spurs won at Anfield when Rafael van der Vaart and Luka Modric both netted to hand Harry Redknapp’s side the win.
That win was in the midst of a five-game unbeaten run for Spurs against Liverpool that stretched from November 2010 to November 2012.
Although, if Liverpool draw or win on Sunday, it will mark a current five-game unbeaten run against the Lilywhites.
Kick off is at 16:30 on Sunday.
Enjoy the game.