Tottenham began their pre-season with an entertaining 3-3 draw against Seattle Sounders at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.
Lewis Holtby opened the scoring with a fine header from Harry Kane's cross before Seattle equalised from the penalty spot, Michael Dawson having been harshly ruled to have committed a foul at a corner.
The Sounders took the lead right after half-time through Osvaldo Alonso, who scored a stunning goal from some distance that Brad Friedel could do little to stop.
Roberto Soldado, entering as a second-half substitute, then won and scored a penalty to level the match at 2-2 before Tristan Bowen once again gave Seattle the lead.
Iago Falque made it 3-3 with yet another penalty in the 78th minute.
Here are six things we learned from Tottenham's first friendly of the pre-season.