The feel-good factor of Silva proudly showing off his healthy baby boy who arrived prematurely last December was seized upon by the City's swashbuckling band of football globetrotters, who made a decision to use their opening home of the new campaign to treat their fans to an exhibition of passing, engaging football.
And his son's presence brought out the best in Silva, who capped a stunning performance with a superb 30-yard free kick just after half time.
And the rout continued when Hamer fumbled a routine Mendy cross and Aguero pounced, tapping in from six yards.
City continued to push for more goals in the remaining stages of the half, and they were rewarded with five minutes remaining when Huddersfield defender Terence Kongolo's deflected Leroy Sane's shot into his own net to make it 6-1.
"Klopp wants high-energy players who probably haven't got the technical quality of a De Bruyne or a Silva".
It is understood City bosses have not been approached by Spurs about the problem and have had no dialogue.
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City suffered a blow this week with playmaker Kevin De Bruyne suffering a knee injury in training that will rule him out for around three months. Aguero and Jesus dropped deep to pull Huddersfield apart, John Stones and Aymeric Laporte spent more time in the opposition third than their own while both Silva stars picked and probed all afternoon.
"You can have a fantastic movie while respecting others", Mourinho told Sky Sports in his pre-match interview. Next up for the Terriers is Cardiff, and Wagner will be looking for a morale-boosting result ahead of the winnable tie against the newly promoted side.
The Belgium global is set to miss City's first four Champions League games as well as the Spurs clash and another potentially key game against Liverpool on October 7.
Former Man City man Aaron Mooy will have a point to prove against his old side. The Australian is one of the few players capable of making a pass under pressure and his composure was missed in the centre of the pitch.
The former Spain global, who this week announced his retirement from his national team, curled a magnificent 25-yard left-foot free-kick into the top right-hand corner of the Huddersfield goal.