Chelsea ended their Far East tour with a massive victory as they cruised to a 8-1 triumph over Indonesia All Stars in Jakarta on Thursday.
Jose Mourinho's men went into the half-time break with a four-goal advantage after goals from Eden Hazard, Ramires, Demba Ba and John Terry.
And they replicated that feat after the interval as a Romelu Lukaku brace and efforts from Bertrand Traore and Ramires gave them an unassailable lead.
The hosts managed to pull one back in the 69th minute, however, when young right-back Tomas Kalas put the ball in his own net.
Hazard opened Chelsea's account on 22 minutes from the penalty spot, after Terry was fouled in the area.
The opener was followed by further goals from Ramires, Demba Ba and Terry as the London outfit put their less illustrious opponents to the sword.
And they showed no signs of letting up after the half-time interval, Traore finding the back of the net with a well struck, curling effort on 52 minutes.
Belgium international Lukaku opened his account in the 53rd minute before Brazil international Ramires notched his second of the game just four minutes later.
Lukaku popped up again in the 66th minute to stretch the Blues' lead to eight goals before Kalas diverted the ball past summer signing Mark Schwarzer to hand Indonesia All Stars a consolation goal.