With the start of Premier League looming, a Harry Kane brace and a deft, bending strike by Erik Lamela in the first half was enough to power Tottenham’s first preseason friendly victory over Inter Milan, 6-1, Friday at Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo, Norway.

Spurs endured two difficult losses to Juventus and Atletico Madrid while Kane and many other top players rested after long runs at Euro 2016, but the 23-year-old striker lit up Milan with a penalty strike in the fifth minute and converted Erik Lamela’s cross into a second smash goal in the 56th.

Lamela sent Tottenham to halftime with a 2-1 lead after his goal in in the 39th minute, a spectacular bend just outside the box that crept up to the top right corner of the net past Milan keeper Samir Handonvic.

With Milan unable to answer or maintain possession, midfielder Dele Alli doubled Spurs lead with a strike to the far corner following striker Vincent Janssen’s set up in the 51st.

After Alli subbed out, the pile on continued thanks to his replacement, striker Shayon Harrison, who converted his first touch into the stellar 6-1 advantage in the 76th. It marks the first goal of the 18-year-old Harrison’s senior career.

Milan winger Ivan Perisic netted the Serie A’s club only goal, slipping down the left flank and firing off a left-footed shot high into the net past Spurs Michel Vorm in the 23rd.

But the Italians side remained listless after Perici’s personal triumph, and Spurs unleashed their onslaught before opening Premier League play against Everton on Aug. 13. Milan will start their domestic season eight days later against Chievo Verona.

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