Kane's drought in the Premier League didn't really translate into other competitions, considering the English striker had previously scored five goals for Spurs in the UEFA Europa Conference League, as well as one goal in the Carabao Cup.
The 28 year-old also scored three goals with England in the European World Cup qualifiers this season.
''It's nice to get off the mark,'' Kane said after the game.
''There is always a lot of talk when I go a few games without scoring but I'm a man who wants to score in every game I play. At the same time, I don't panic when there's a few games I don't score.
Whether it is Premier League, Europe, international, or whatever it may be I am ready for every game and every chance I get. I think this was my 10th goal this season and hopefully I can add a few more in the coming games.''
🎙 "Thankfully the medical staff, the fans and some of the players reacted really quickly."— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 17, 2021
Harry gives his thoughts on a difficult afternoon at St James' Park and analyses the team's winning performance 👇 pic.twitter.com/4IJZ91NSG4
Firstly hopefully the fan who needed medical attention is going ok. Everyone at Tottenham sends their best wishes!— Harry Kane (@HKane) October 17, 2021
Great away win and a good performance, time to keep this momentum going. pic.twitter.com/0JGUL2rWDJ