Harry Kane scored his third and fourth goals of the campaign as Kane led Tottenham in a 2-0 victory against Nottingham Forest at City Ground on Sunday.
Kane took his side to the lead in the first minute when Kane scored from the corner on the left side from outside his box within the fifth minute.
He then completed his game during the closing minutes to keep Tottenham's undefeated start to the campaign.
Forest conceded an offside in the second half, following a handball made by the defender Steve Cook, however,
this time Henderson blocked Kane and gave the goalie successive penalty saves in the home stadium after deflecting West Ham's Declan Rice two weeks back.
However, Forest's home team could not get to come back into the game. Tottenham was promoted to third place in the table. Forest is currently in 12th.
The difference-maker Kane admitted after the game that, despite winning the team felt that his team did not perform at their best in the match.
"We did not play at our best, and we're aware of this. We fought hard and I'm sure we've played a couple of games
similar to that in the past. We won three points, but we're confident that we can be better," Kane said.
"Any Premier League game we are expecting a challenging game, particularly at home. We had a fantastic preseason and are physically feeling great.
We're not showing it yet. The team is still winning, and that can be the biggest aspect. We're growing stronger as the season gets harder.
It's been a long season and we're still churning out wins even when we're not at our best , which is vital.