Harry Kane continued his campaign to begin the new season as first choice in the Tottenham Hotspur attack by scoring in the win over Chicago Fire to help end the club's North American tour with a win.
Kane netted after five minutes from Lewis Holtby's square pass before Aaron Lennon sealed the win late on to give Spurs a second straight win as they return to British shores unbeaten this summer.
Tottenham face matches against Celtic and Schalke 04 before beginning their Premier League campaign against West Ham United on 16 August.
Despite signing Michel Vorm and Ben Davies from Swansea City, new Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is still to address the club's attacking frailties.
Emmanuel Adebayor has endured a disrupted pre-season, having only recently been discharged from hospital after recovering from a bout of malaria, which forced him to miss the club's pre-season tour.
Roberto Soldado's future is still unsure after an awful start to life in English football and after the departure of Jermain Defoe, Kane, 21, remains the leading candidate to lead the attack in Tottenham's opening game at Upton Park.
Former Tottenham midfielder Darren Anderton has led calls for Pochettino to add to his attack but the Argentine boss says the club's transfer dealings will be limited this summer.
Kane, the England Under-21 international, scored three times during the back-end of last season under Tim Sherwood to provide evidence he can lead the line.
Speaking about Spurs' win over Chicago Fire, Kane said: "We played well and it was tough out there, very humid, very hot and we had to keep the ball.
"It was good to get the 2-0 victory and for me, it's always good to get on the scoresheet.
"It doesn't matter what game it is, whether it's pre-season or Premier League, a goalscorer wants to score goals and it was great to be able to do that."
"It was great pressing from Lewis and he had the composure to slide me in and I just had to stick it in the net."