Arsenal added the Premier League Asia Trophy to their silverware cabinet on Saturday by cruising to a 3-1 win over Everton in the final.
Theo Walcott, Santi Cazorla and Mesut Ozil scored goals for the Gunners, while a 75th-minute strike from Ross Barkley denied Petr Cech a clean sheet on his debut.
Having used the semi-final against a Singapore Select XI as an opportunity to give some of his less establish players a run out, Gunners boss Arsene Wenger named an extremely strong side to face the Toffees.
Arsenal’s team of stars thoroughly dominated the final. It took them 22 minutes to make their superiority show on the scoreboard.
Walcott, who started the game as a winger, drifted inside and used his frightening pace to latch onto a lofted Cazorla through pass and poke a shot beyond Joel Robles.
Steven Naismith almost equalised for Everton, but Cech made a stunning save onto the crossbar – his biggest contribution so far following his summer switch from Chelsea.
Arsenal doubled their lead 13 minutes into the second half when Cazorla added a fine goal to his earlier assist.
Cazorla was involved in Arsenal’s third goal moments later too, linking up with Ozil who finished coolly amid some questionable Everton defending.
Everton fans did witness one incident to make them cheer late on, as Barkley beat Cech with a powerful effort, after Alex Oxlade-Chamerlain had surrendered possession tamely.