Christian Eriksen and Toby Alderweireld scored screamers as we kicked-off the first of three International Champions Cup (ICC) matches on our tour of the USA with a 4-2 win against PSG.
Edinson Cavani opened the scoring early for PSG but Eriksen levelled matters with a thunderbolt on 11 minutes, crashing home off the underside of the crossbar from 30 yards.
Eric Dier then blocked Kevin Trapp's attempted clearance and the ball rolled into the empty net for 2-1 on 18 minutes. It would be an eventful night for the German goalkeeper.
Javier Pastore finished well to level the scores at half-time but the game quickly changed after the break as Trapp handled outside his box - denying Harry Kane a clear goalscoring opportunity - and was sent off.
It took until the 82nd minute for our superiority to tell against the 10 men and the second cracker of the night as Alderweireld arrowed home from 25 yards.
Kane finished it off after Blaise Matuidi was penalised for handling Kieran Trippier's cross in the box - the striker blasting home from the penalty spot for 4-2 with two minutes remaining.