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Harry Kane takes September goal tally to 11 to banish memory of goalless August

After going scoreless in August yet again, Harry Kane now has 11 goals in seven appearances for club and country in September.

Here, Press Association Sport reviews the Tottenham and England striker's magical month.

September 1: Malta 0 England 4 (Kane 2)

Kane broke his season's duck early in the second half and rounded off a flattering England win in stoppage time with the last of three late goals.

September 4: England 2 Slovakia 1

Kane took a back seat as Eric Dier and Marcus Rashford scored the England goals to overhaul Slovakia's early opener.

September 9: Everton 0 Tottenham 3 (Kane 2)

Kane's mishit cross brought him his first club goal of the season and Christian Eriksen's strike put Spurs in control by half-time before Kane netted again in the first minute of the second period.

September 13: Tottenham 3 Borussia Dortmund 1 (Kane 2)

Son Heung-min's opener was cancelled out by Andriy Yarmolenko but Kane restored Spurs' lead and netted again on the hour to make the game safe.

September 16: Tottenham 0 Swansea 0

Paul Clement's men frustrated Tottenham and Kane, who was denied by the crossbar in the second half.

September 23: West Ham 2 Tottenham 3 (Kane 2)

Kane struck twice in four first-half minutes and Eriksen added a third after Kane's free-kick hit the post, one of two efforts against the woodwork in addition to his goals. A late Hammers fightback came up just short.

September 26: Apoel Nicosia 0 Tottenham 3 (Kane 3)

Kane's first Champions League hat-trick came when he tucked away Toby Alderweireld's through-ball in the first half, stroked home a second just after the hour and then timed his run perfectly to nod in Kieran Trippier's cross.

September 30: Huddersfield v Tottenham

For good measure, Kane has 11 goals in his last five Premier League away games - can he extend that run and round off the month in style against the Terriers?

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