Harry Kane scores as Tottenham draw with Sevilla after Heung-Min Son and Gonzalo Montiel start half-time melee

Tottenham Hotspur drew their second pre-season game in South Korea 1-1 with Sevilla – but we’d never call it a friendly.

Harry Kane and Ivan Rakitic got the goals but the Premier League giants clashed with the Spanish side and a number of tough tackles flew in during the first-half.

Richarlison was on the receiving end of most of them as Sevilla appeared to target their new signing.

On at least four occasions the Brazilian won fouls thanks to heavy challenges, while others went unpunished.

Close to the end of the opening period, which saw Kane have a cracking long range strike ruled out for offside, Heung-Min Sonthen found himself in the thick of it.

Playing in his homeland, he went into a challenge with Gonzalo Montiel with his opponent coming off worse and left bleeding.

And when the whistle was blown for half-time, the defender then hunted down his foe.

The pair traded words and a minor shove before their teammates stormed in.