Chelsea ended their tour of the Far East with a 100 per cent record after demolishing Indonesia All Stars 8-1 in Jakarta.
Eden Hazard opened the scoring from the penalty spot in the 22nd minute after a foul on John Terry, and there were further goals for Ramires, Demba Ba and Terry before half-time.
There were a host of changes at the break, but that did not disrupt Chelsea's rhythm as Bertrand Traore curled in a wonderful fifth, Romelu Lukaku struck twice and Ramires added his second of the game.
Tomas Kalas' own goal gave the home side something to cheer, but at the final whistle it was Jose Mourinho left celebrating an impressively ruthless performance.
Like in Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur, the stadium was blue for the third and final match of Chelsea's Asia tour, before pre-season preparations begin in earnest in the United States next week.
There, Mourinho's squad will be augmented by David Luiz, Oscar, Juan Mata, Fernando Torres and John Obi Mikel - excused from the Asia tour following the Confederations Cup - but there was plenty of talent on show.
Hazard, Ba, Ramires and Victor Moses spurned chances before Terry was felled by Hamka Hamsa, giving Chelsea a penalty.
Hazard sent goalkeeper Kurnia Meiga the wrong way and Chelsea's onslaught continued with Nathaniel Chalobah, who was starting in midfield, and right-back Wallace each hitting the post.
A second followed when Hazard's trickery on the left found Ryan Bertrand in the box and his cushioned header fell for Ramires to turn and blast into the net.
Ramires was then denied his second, but Meiga parried only to Ba, who netted Chelsea's third.
Meiga was the only All-Star to put up any real resistance and saved from Marco van Ginkel, before retrieving the ball at the feet of Hazard as the Belgian forward tried to round the goalkeeper.
There was a fourth before the interval when Bertrand's inswinging free-kick was met by Gary Cahill and Terry headed in.
Traore, one of a host of half-time substitutions, curled a left-footed effort into the top corner for a fifth and Lukaku converted a cross to make it six after great work down the left by Chelsea.
The Blues continued to forge forward and Lukaku romped down the left on the counter-attack and fed Ramires, who fired in.
Having created one, Lukaku then scored his second before Chelsea's defence was breached as Nwokolo reached the byline and his cross into the six-yard box went in off Kalas.