Tottenham got a worrying glimpse of life without Gareth Bale on Saturday when they were crushed 5-2 by Monaco in a pre-season friendly.
Welsh star Bale is widely expected to complete a world record move, valued at around €100m, to Real Madrid in the next few days and the 24-year-old did not travel to Monaco for the game.
Spurs, who were also without new €30m recruit Roberto Soldado, struggled throughout to contain Monaco, now coached by former Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri and who were promoted back to Ligue 1 last season.
They were worthy winners with Radamel Falcao, their €60m signing from Atletico Madrid, grabbing two goals.
Monaco were a goal ahead after 15 minutes when Italian defender Andrea Raggi volleyed beneath Hugo Lloris in the Tottenham goal.
In the 49th minute Falcao scored his first goal of the night, a simple tap in from a pass by Ocampos.
Kane pulled one back for 3-1 just before the hour, but Falcao restored the three-goal cushion with a 15-yard drive which screamed past Lloris.
It was 5-1 after 71 minutes when midfielder Mounir Obbadi finished off a three-man break.
Andros Townsend hit a long-distance screamer with five minutes left to reduce the deficit to 5-2.