Zlatan Ibrahimvoic scored a hat-trick as Paris Saint-Germain finished their pre-season preparations with a 6-2 win over Kitchee.
In what served as their last warm-up game before Saturday's Trophee des Champions clash with Guingamp in Beijing, PSG produced a clinical display against the Hong Kong Premier League champions Kitchee.
Kitchee had taken the lead early through Spanish striker Juan Carlos Belencoso, but their joy was short-lived as the Ligue 1 title holders ran riot at the Hong Kong Stadium.
And it was last season's top scorer Ibrahimovic who did the damage, the Sweden striker in ominous form ahead of the new campaign as he produced another finishing masterclass.
Forward Jean-Christophe Bahebeck also continued his run of scoring in every pre-season game by netting a double, making a further case for his inclusion in the first team after spending the last two campaigns out on loan.
Hervin Ongenda was also on target for Laurent Blanc's side, who should head to the Chinese capital in search of their first trophy of the season in good spirits after a dominant performance.
Kitchee grabbed a shock lead after just five minutes when Belencoso headed in from close range following good work from compatriot Jordi Tarres on the left flank.
But that advantage lasted only seven minutes, Bahebeck teeing up Ongenda for the equaliser with a low cross to the far post.
Bahebeck then turned goalscorer in the 22nd minute as he lashed into the top corner after Ibrahimovic had turned Javier Pastore's lofted ball into his path with an exquisite volleyed backheel.
Two quick strikes from Ibrahimovic followed as PSG made it 4-1 after 28 minutes.
First, the 32-year-old slotted home after a botched clearance from Kitchee goalkeeper Wang Zhenpeng, before converting with a fine first-time finish from Bahebeck's pull back.
Half-time brought welcome relief for Kitchee, but the onslaught continued after the interval when Bahebeck scored via the post in the 58 minute.
Ibrahimovic completed his hat-trick 15 minutes later with a powerful downward header from debutant Serge Aurier's right-wing cross.
The only downside to PSG's display was their poor defensive work, which was encapsulated by Alexander Akande's 90th-minute consolation as the Ligue 1 side lost possession cheaply before the Nigerian was played in to score.
1 - 0
1 - 1
1 - 2
1 - 3
25' Z. Ibrahimovic
1 - 4
1 - 5
1 - 6
A. Akande 90'
2 - 6
|12||Lo Kwan Yee|
|10||Lam Ka Wai|
|Coach: José Molina|
for Wang Zhenpeng 46'
for C. Annan 46'
for Lo Kwan Yee 65'
for M. Lam 65'
for Kyung-Jin Jang 66'
for Belencoso 76'
for Lam Ka Wai 87'
for Tarrés 87'
|O´Neill delighted with second-half display|
|First-half dominance pleases Deschamps|
|Muller criticises Germany profligacy|
|Euro 2016 Qualifying Review: Portugal go top, Gibraltar make history in defeat|
|Liverpool the only English club I could play for - Suarez|
|France 2 Denmark 0: Lacazette off the mark in routine victory|
|Republic of Ireland 1 Poland 1: Long rescues vital point|
|Portugal 2 Serbia 1: Coentrao puts hosts top of Group I|
|Strachan hails ´terrific´ Gibraltar|
|Lafferty back playing with a smile on his face - O´Neill|
|Toure to reveal Ivory Coast future over coming days|
|Georgia 0 Germany 2: Reus and Muller on target for world champions|
|Northern Ireland 2 Finland 1: Lafferty inspires fourth qualifying success|
|Scotland 6 Gibraltar 1: Casciaro´s historic moment outshone by Fletcher´s hat-trick|
|France 2-0 Denmark: Lacazette and Giroud on target|
|Firmino hopeful of Copa America spot|
|Hummels considering options at Dortmund|
|Suarez goalless on Anfield return, but Balotelli nets stunner|
|Casciaro scores first competitive goal for Gibraltar|
|Fleetwood Town 1 Preston North End 1: Ball stunner claims share of derby spoils|
|Italy v England: Judge me on results, says Conte|
|Colombia v Kuwait: Falcao seeking another strong showing|
|Brazil 1 Chile 0: Firmino settles scrappy affair|
|Luxembourg v Turkey: Let´s kick on, urges Terim|
|South Africa 1 Nigeria 1: Zungu strikes late to earn draw|
|Smalling wants long-term United stay|
|South Africa 1-1 Nigeria: Last-gasp Zungu goal cancels out Musa strike|
|Italy call up Santon and Abate for England friendly|
|Switzerland v United States: Klinsmann eyes learning curve|
|Netherlands v Spain: Hiddink has players´ support, says Wijnaldum|
|A-League Review: Sydney end Wellington run, Adelaide suffer injury blows in Jets win|
|Henderson eyes long-term Liverpool future|
|I have nothing to prove - Bale|
|Brazil 1-0 Chile: Firmino gives Selecao battling victory|
|South Korea v New Zealand: All Whites looking to future|
|Japan v Uzbekistan: Hosts eye another win under Halilhodzic|
|MLS Review: Kaka nets in Orlando draw|
|Mexico 1 Ecuador 0: Hernandez, Corona help Herrera´s men to victory|
|Deschamps calls for France response|
|Dunga unfazed by pressure|
|Montenegro fan turns himself in after flare incident|
|Injured Messi not ready - Martino|
|Hodgson: Rooney not close to Charlton|
|Terim proud of Turkey|
|Hiddink happy with point|
|Euro 2016 Qualifying Review: Netherlands and Italy stage late escapes|
|Debutant Eder delighted with Azzurri bow|
|Argentina 2 El Salvador 0: Mancuello nets debut goal in straightforward win|
|Kovac not satisfied despite Croatia victory|
|Netherlands 1 Turkey 1: Huntelaar spares Hiddink from historic home loss|
|Ghana 1 Senegal 2: Konate brace downs Black Stars|
|Bulgaria 2 Italy 2: Controversial debutant Eder rescues Conte´s men|
|Morocco 0 Uruguay 1: Cavani spot-kick seals win|
|Al Sadd say talks with Xavi ongoing|
|McClean slams Sunderland´s handling of poppy controversy|
|Ghana 1-2 Senegal: Black Stars continue Afcon hangover|
|Cheltenham player diagnosed with cancer|
|Palace takeover talk premature - Parish|
|Odegaard becomes Euro qualifiers´ youngest starter|
|Job not done yet, Bale warns Wales|
|Israel 0 Wales 3: Brilliant Bale bags brace as Wales go top|
|Dunga backs Neymar to overhaul Pele´s Brazil goal record|
|League Two Review: Hartlepool climb out of drop zone, Cheltenham go bottom|
|El Salvador 0-2 Argentina: Martino's men triumph without Messi|
|League One Review: Canavan leaves it late to deny County|
|Freddy Adu signs with 11th team in as many years|
|Besiktas deny Cech, Danny rumours|
|Puerto Rico v Canada: Haber targets more momentum|
|Miranda not contemplating Atletico exit|
|Austin relaxed over England prospects|
|Manchester United should sign Ibrahimovic - Schmeichel|
|Ibe eyes Liverpool run-in|
|Bertrand called up by England as withdrawal of four players confirmed|
|A-League Review: Risdon nets stunner, Germano tames Roar|
|Panama v Costa Rica: Unbeaten run a secondary concern for Wanchope|
|Italy coach Conte shaken after death threats - FIGC chief|
|Barca fears over Alba eased|
|Schweinsteiger to start Germany qualifier|
|Akinfeev thanks fans after flare incident|
|Injuries offer Kane chance of first England start|
|Russian Football Union to protest following Montenegro abandonment|
|October comeback the target for injured Foster|
|Van der Vaart looks set to leave Hamburg|
|Bale focused on Wales - Coleman|
|Kluivert helps Curacao to victory|
|Hamstrung Alba returns to Barcelona|
|Macedonia v Australia: Confident visitors eye victory|
|Akinfeev to return to Moscow with Russia squad|
|Brnovic: Montenegro have no chance of qualifying|
|Russia had to resume after Akinfeev incident - Capello|
|Terim: Robben absence important|
|Brazil - Chile Preview: Winning is 'our only option' - Dunga|
|France - Denmark Preview: Olsen hits out at 'disrespectful' hosts|
|Morata keen to keep working|
|Canada 1 Guatemala 0: Haber heads Floro´s men to win|
|Difficult to find a place for Kane in starting XI - Hodgson|
|Difficult to find a place for Kane in starting XI - Hodgson|