The highlight of the game for the right wing back was a rather simple assist, as from his headed clearance the ball found it's way through to Harry Kane to score the first goal.
Huddersfield had been impressed with their displays in the Premier League, especially at home, actually started the game on the front-foot but somehow found themselves trailing with less than 10 minutes played. We are going there to win, not just to get a result.
One man in particularly impressive form ahead of today's clash was Spurs striker Harry Kane, who had put his August struggles firmly behind him to embark on a scintillating goalscoring spree in September.
The visitors will incorporate the rested Delle Alli and Jan Vertongen back to the starting lineup, that Harry Kane will lead the hunt for goals.
Kane grabbed his second of the match in the 24th minute with a left-footed strike from 20 yards that ended up in the top-left corner.
Record signing Steve Mounié's heel injury is taking longer than expected but he could be in line for a return to action against Swansea City after the global break.
It wrapped up unbeaten United's fourth 4-0 win in seven league games.
After a goalscoring drought in August, Kane has scored nine goals in five games in September, with a brace in each of Tottenham's two away league victories and their Champions League opener against Borussia Dortmund.
When he picked the ball up on Saturday you could nearly hear the home fans gritting their teeth, bracing themselves for the inevitable goal.
Harry Winks made his first Premier League start since April on Saturday and barely looked as if he had been away. "It's the next step and we are excited to see if we can make it a successful one".
"It is true that we are in very good form away from home and I hope that will go well in the future too". I want to test myself against the best and they have been the best in the last few years, without a doubt.
Huddersfield will provide a different type of challenge to that of Newcastle, Everton, West Ham and APOEL from the perspective of the Terriers not having much pressure on their shoulders to force the game, a style of play which has flummoxed Pochettino and his players at Wembley. It's thus not a surprise that, when up against the best in the Premier League, they might take the odd thrashing.