Melbourne City have ended their UK tour with a win, beating a Bolton Wanderers reserve side 5-1.
After Bolton's Conor Wilkinson took a fifth minute lead, City dominated the rest of the match and scored through Patrick Kisnorbo, David Williams, Aaron Mooy, James Brown and Mate Dugandzic.
Bolton, who play in the second-tier English Championship, used mostly reserve and under-21 team players for the match played at County Ground, Leyland.
The resounding win caps a successful tour for Melbourne City, who were unbeaten across three games.
John van `t Schip's earned a 1-1 draw with third-tier Oldham Athletic and 2-2 draw with fourth-tier Bury in previous matches, training at parent club Manchester City's Carrington training base.
Van `t Schip has also used the tour to blood new signing Damien Duff.
The Irishman, who won two English Premier League titles with Chelsea, played the first 45 minutes against Bolton and set up Mooy's goal.
The touring squad leave Manchester on Thursday morning (UK time).
City's first match of the upcoming season is against Sydney FC in the FFA Cup on August 12.