By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Mali international scored with a low drive on 27 minutes before Dirk Kuyt pulled the Rotterdam club level with a deflected strike just before the break.
He then headed home the winner in the second half of the Kappa Cup semi-final, as Spurs boss Jacques Santini gave a debut to Swedish left back Erik Edman (pictured).
A second half goal from Anthony Stokes gave an Arsenal XI a 1-1 draw at non-league Boreham Wood.
A brace from Scott Dobie gave Premiership new boys West Bromwich Albion a 3-1 win at League One side Bristol City.
Riccardo Scimeca got the other goal for The Baggies after Leroy Lita had put The Robins in front after three minutes.
Crystal Palace earned a 2-1 win at nearby Bromley while Norwich City got a spectacular equaliser from loan signing David Bentley to earn a 1-1 draw at Peterborough United. Calum Willock scored for The Posh.
Mark Fish and Hermann Hreidarsson scored for Charlton Athletic in a 2-2 draw at Colchester United, with Ben May and Wayne Andrews scoring for The U's.
Emile Heskey score his first goal for Birmingham City, as they defeated Conference club Exeter City 2-0 in Devon. Mikael Forssell scored Blues' first goal in the match.
Derby County finished their pre-season campaign before facing Leeds United on Saturday to open their Championship campaign with a 2-1 win over Aston Villa.
Carlton Cole gave Villa the lead before Junior and former Villa player Ian Taylor won the friendly for The Rams.
Ivica Mornar and Gary O'Neil scored as Portsmouth won 2-1 at League Two club Rushden & Diamonds. Alex Hay replied for the home side.
Everton returned from the United States to defeat Sheffield Wednesday 6-3 at Hillsborough.
Leon Osman, Kevin Campbell, James McFadden, Kevin Kilbane and a brace from Steve Watson gave David Moyes's side the win. Adam Proudlock and a brace from Guylain Ndumbu-Nsungu replied for The Owls.
Finally, Southampton earned a 2-1 win at Swindon Town, with goals from Brett Ormerod and Peter Crouch after Sam Parkin put the home side in front.
There was an injury setback for The Saints, as Marian Pahars limped off 10 minutes into the match after being on the wrong end of a challenge from Rory Fallon.