There were 10,000 inside the Weston Homes Community Stadium to see Sanchez Watt hit a post inside the opening two minutes.
For Tottenham Andros Townsend looked bright but newly signed Sam Walker was alert in the home goal to avert the danger.
Freddie Sears had a late first-half sight of goal but fired well wide.
In response, Harry Kane stung the palms of Walker before Jermain Defoe blazed over.
Kane could have won it late on but his header hit a post.
Michu, Nathan Dyer, Pablo Hernandez, Rory Donnelly and Alejandro Pozuelo were all on target as Swansea comfortably beat Yeovil 5-0 at Huish Park.
The rout was far from one-sided as the score suggested with Michel Vorm pulling off at least three smart stops to ensure Michael Laudrup’s side kept a clean sheet.
Derby County kept a first clean sheet in pre-season as they eased to a 2-0 win against Bristol Rovers.
Jamie Ward opened the scoring with a rasping 22nd minute free-kick from 35 yards before Johnny Russell doubled the advantage in the 52nd.
Ward turned provider of sorts for his side’s second as Russell followed up his blocked effort to grab his fourth of pre-season.
Matt Harrold could have halved the deficit with 67 on the clock but Rams’ keeper Lee Grant recovered to block his effort having initially afforded Harrold the chance following miscommunication between the keeper and Craig Forsyth.
Reading saw off Olhanense 5-1 in their final game of their Portugal pre-season training camp.
Reading were a goal down inside the opening quarter of an hour following a Pele strike but strikes from Adam Le Fondre and Kaspars Gorkss gave the Royals the advantage at the interval.
Royston Drenthe fired in with 56 on the clock to give the visitors a two goal advantage before late strikes from Garath McCleary and Jordan Obita put added gloss on an already polished performance from the Championship side.