Was there to be any bad blood after West Ham's victory in the race to be the owners of the Olympic Stadium after the 2012 games?
It was a committed game with a handful of bookings, but there was nothing to suggest that these lads gave a monkey's about the stadium.
The highlight of the first half was Gareth Bale being told to change his knickers - the laws of the game require that if they show they should be the same colour as the shorts.
Why was this not sorted out before Bale got anywhere near the pitch?
Lennon came closest to scoring in the first period when, having changed to the left wing, he cut inside onto his right foot and fired against the post, Defoe missed the rebound.
In fact this was the day when Defoe saw numerous chances to score hiis 100th goal go wanting. One of those days.
Anyway, everyone seemed to have the right undercrackers on when they emerged for the second half.
It was on the 85th minute when Spurs came closest with a Bale free kick which Green turned onto the bar.
But the two ex-Pompey managers - Harry and Avram - had to make do.