23 Jul, 10:27
Harambee Stars skipper Victor Wanyama was introduced in the second half as Tottenham Hotspurs thrashed 10 man Paris Saint Germain 4-2 in an International Champions Cup played on Saturday 22 July in Orlando.
Edison Cavani put the French side ahead at the six minute. Christian Eriksen 30 yard screamer at the 11th minute leveled matters while Eric Dier blocked Trapp’s ball which rolled back in the net and put the North Londoners into the lead seven minutes later.
Javier Pastore levelled the scores for a two all draw as the clock hit the halftime break.
Wanyama was introduced at the 46th minute to replace Dier. At the same minute PSG keeper Trapp was sent off for handling the ball outside the 18 yard box.
The English Premier League side managed to break 10 man PSG at 82nd. Wanyama set up Toby Alderweireld who sent another 25 metre screamer straight into the net for 3-2 lead.
Kane scored the final goal after Blaise Matuidi was penalized for handling Kieran Trippier's cross. His goal came at the 88th minute.
They are set to face Roma, Manchester City in the ICC.