The in-form striker capped a week to remember in our impressive 4-0 win against West Brom last weekend - his hat-trick just a week after becoming a father for the first time.
That made it 13 goals in 16 games in the Premier League for the England hitman and stretched the team's winning run to six on the trot in the competition. That matches our best winning sequence in the Premier League from 2011 and last season.
Forget the record books though, Harry is more concerned with the task in hand in the 5.30pm kick-off at the Etihad.
"That’s six wins in a row now and we have to maintain that form, keep doing what we're doing and winning games," said Harry. "City away now is another game for us to go and play like that (we did against West Brom) and try to get the three points. That's all we're looking at."
Harry took home his fourth matchball after his fourth treble for Spurs, the icing on the cake after one of the most complete performances you'll see.
The thing is - where will he put his memorabilia now baby Ivy Jane is around? Is there still room? "The ball will go in a frame in a box with my shirt and the Man of the Match award as well but thinking about it, that room will probably end up being the baby’s room soon with all the toys and all the pink going up - but I’m looking forward to that!"