Earlier this morning Tottenham made their bow in the International Champions Cup as they took on Juventus in Melbourne. Juventus had already played last week and ended up losing on penalties to A-League side Melbourne Victory.
That game saw Juventus play a relatively fringe side but this time around there were a few more household names including new signing Mehdi Benatia after his transfer from Bayern Munich.
For Spurs they were without their Euro 2016 representatives which made for a large portion of the first team last season so this for all intents and purposes was very much a mixture of backup players and youth team members. Although Victor Wanayama and Vincent Janssen were also given the opportunity to play alongside their new team mates.
If you were at work and have yet to see the game, I won’t ruin it for you but below is all you need to know.