Christian Eriksen scored for Denmark in their win over Montenegro.
Christian Eriksen inspired a fightback as Denmark beat Montenegro 2-1 in an international friendly.
The visitors had gone 1-0 up through a goal from Manchester City's Stevan Jovetic, before Eriksen struck a second half equaliser.
The Dane's first time shot was one which really should have been saved, but squirmed into the net. Young Ajax prospect Viktor Fischer scored a late penalty to win the game for the hosts.
The goal was Eriksen's sixth goal in 51 games for Denmark, and he will be hoping to add to his tally this weekend.
He plays his final game of the season before a much deserved summer break, when Denmark host Serbia in a Euro 2016 qualifier, who they beat 3-1 away from home back in November.
The Danes are currently joint second in their group with Albania on seven points, two points behind leaders Portugal.
Spurs fans will simply hope he can come through the match against the Serbs with a clean bill of health, before he rests up ahead of the club's pre-season campaign beginning a month later.