Seaman in losing start
By Paul Higham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Colin Larkin scored the first goal past Seaman when he volleyed The Stags into the lead, before Nicolas Anelka converted a penalty to level the scores.
Wayne Corden grabbed a penalty for the home side in the second half to give Mansfield a memorable victory over their Premiership rivals.
Portuguese striker Helder Postiga scored his second goal for Tottenham as Glenn Hoddle's men overcame Wycombe Wanderers 3-2 at Adams Park.
An own goal from veteran goalkeeper Dave Beasant and a Simon Davies goal gave Spurs the win over Lawrie Sanchez's men, with Richard Harris and Billy Harding replying.
David Dunn got his Birmingham City career off to a flying start as he grabbed a brace in a 4-0 victory at Burton Albion.
Stern John got the other two goals as Steve Bruce's boys gave themselves a boost ahead of their trip to the Far East.
Portsmouth did not have the best of starts in their pre-season warm up for the Premiership, as they were on the wrong end of a 5-4 thriller at Bournemouth.
The good news for Harry Redknapp came as Teddy Sheringham twice found the net for his new side, while Svetoslav Todorov and Nigel Quashie grabbed the other two.
New Pompey keeper Harald Wapenaar had a shocking start and had to pick the ball out of the net five times in his debut for his new club.
Cherries fans were spoilt by the hosts as a Warren Feeney double, along with goals from Carl Fletcher, Steve Fletcher and Aron Skelton saw them defeat last season's Division One champions.
Peter Reid took his troubled Leeds United team down to the West Country as they travelled to Bristol City, and David Batty played almost an hour of the goalless draw at Ashton Gate, after he failed to make an appearance last term following a fall-out with Terry Venables.
Reid also gave trialists Joel Sammi and Sebastian Ruster a game as they both came off the bench against the Division Two outfit.
Kevin Davies was on target for Bolton Wanderers as they ran-out 4-0 winners against Irish outfit Portadown, and the former Southampton man tries to impress Sam Allardyce enough to earn a move to The Reebok.
Lewis Guy struck twice for a Newcastle XI as they beat Berwick Rangers 2-0, while Jason Euell's opener handed Charlton a 1-1 draw at Welling United and Arsenal were held 0-0 by Barnet at Underhill.