Vidic returns in Man Utd draw
Nemanja Vidic featured in Manchester United's draw with Valerenga on Sunday, while Tottenham beat Watford and Everton lost at Blackpool.
Vidic completed an hour in his first outing since recovering from a cruciate knee ligament operation and was joined by Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck, Nani and Ashley Young, all playing their first games since Euro 2012, in United's opening game of their tour of Scandinavia.
Summer signing Shinji Kagawa impressed as a substitute and pulled the strings as United pressed forward with Antonio Valencia, Anderson and Javier Hernandez all going close to grabbing late winners.
Meanwhile, Edin Dzeko scored twice as Manchester City beat Limerick 4-0 at Thomond Park in their final friendly ahead of next weekend's Community Shield encounter with Chelsea.
City broke the deadlock on the half hour when a weaving run from James Milner created space for the England international to roll the ball into the path of Dzeko, who bundled home from close range.
The visitors doubled their lead on 42 minutes when defender Dedryck Boyata received the ball from youngster Denis Suarez and calmly slotted home.
And Dzeko found himself clear of the Limerick defence just a minute later, firing low and hard to put the Barclays Premier League champions 3-0 up.
The second half was played out at a more steady pace, only reigniting on 78 minutes when 21-year-old Italian midfielder Luca Scapuzzi fired home a fourth for City.
Elsewhere, Jermain Defoe scored the only goal of the game as Tottenham beat Watford in Lloyd Doyley's testimonial at Vicarage Road.
William Gallas' header, that flew over Manuel Almunia's bar, and a Joe Garner effort that was blocked in the box were the only chances of note in a poor first half.
Spurs made four changes at the break and it paid off as Andre Villas-Boas' men took the lead 10 minutes after the restart when Kyle Walker's cross was headed past Almunia by Defoe.
Former Spurs man Mark Yeates went close twice for the home side but a host of changes from Hornets' boss Gianfranco Zola and Villas-Boas disrupted the flow and neither side was able to add to Defoe's strike.
Steven Pienaar and Steven Naismith were on the wrong end of a 2-0 defeat in their first pre-season appearances for Everton at Blackpool.
The Merseysiders were hoping for a third victory of the summer but Alex Baptiste and James Caton netted in the second half to secure victory for the hosts.
Wigan fell to a 2-0 defeat against La Liga side Mallorca despite dominating possession at the DW Stadium.
Franco di Santo and Victor Moses both came close for the Latics in the first half but it was Mallorca who broke the deadlock just two minutes after the break when V?or Casades?ashed a fierce shot into the top corner past Ali Al Habsi.
Mallorca secured the win in the 87th minute when Sergi Enric got in behind the home defence and squared to Kevin Garcia, who smashed the ball home.