Tottenham Hotspur drew 1-1 against Sevilla in a friendly in South Korea, in which host Son Heung-min excelled in the ranks of Spurs by passing the first ball to international striker Harry Kane.
The Tottenham star, the South Korean son, played alongside Kane and played 72 minutes before leaving the stadium to the applause of 43,000 spectators.
Tottenham opened the scoring 5 minutes after the start of the second half with a pass from Son to Kane, who followed into the net.
Croatian Ivan Rakitic equalized for Sevilla in the 64th minute after a shot from outside the penalty area.
Tottenham’s draw came three days after a massive 6-3 victory over Korean league stars, including two goals from Son at the stadium in Seoul.
Returning to England on Sunday, Tottenham Hotspur finished fourth in the English Premier League last season, managing to qualify for the Champions League after fighting hard against their London neighbors Arsenal, who finished fifth by two points.