Chelsea proved their attacking prowess by trouncing BNI Indonesia All-Stars 8-1 in Jakarta, with six different players finding the net.
Indonesia All-Stars did manage to notch a consolation when the unfortunate Tomas Kalas diverted a low cut-back into his own net.
The hosts did not help themselves with a series of defensive howlers and had it not been for the woodwork and Indonesia goalkeeper Kurnia Mega the scoreline might have been even more one-sided.
It was not expected to be a difficult night for Jose Mourinho’s men in Jakarta, with Arsenal and Liverpool proving earlier this summer that Indonesia were favourable opposition with wins of 7-0 and 2-0 respectively.
The Gelora Bung Karno Stadium was a sell-out, with 80,000 fans turning out to catch a glimpse of their Premier League heroes. And despite fielding a weakened team, Chelsea did not disappoint as they raced out the blocks to score four times in the first half.
Ramires should have headed them in front on 15 minutes but he inexplicably headed at Mega in the Indonesian goal from close range but the Blues soon won themselves a penalty when Terry was hacked down in the box by Hamsah.
Hazard sent Mega the wrong way from the resulting spot kick before the Blues nearly doubled their lead when the post denied first Nathaniel Chalobah and then Wallace.
The second goal eventually arrived when Hazard drove into the box and delivered a delightful chipped pass towards Ramires who swivelled and rifled into the roof of the net.
It was three moments later, when Ramires’ snapshot parried out by Mega to the feet of Demba Ba who tucked home with the goal agape.
Hazard looked set to make it four but after rounding the keeper he elected to cut back inside intent on humiliating his opponent, but instead only embarrassed himself as Mega sprawled himself at the Belgian’s feet to claw the ball from his spell.
The fourth did arrive in first-half injury time though when a dangerous free-kick was flicked on by Gary Cahill and turned in by the head of Terry.
Any idea that Chelsea might calm down after the interval was quashed within minutes of the restart when substitutes Branislav Ivanovic and Traore combined with the former curling a left-footed effort into the top corner.
Moments later it was six when Lukaku rose highest to head home as the Indonesia defence went missing. Ramires then picked the ball up 25 yards from goal and unleashed a cracking strike that flew into the corner just before the hour before Lukaku stroked home the eighth from inside the area after being fed by Lucas Piazon.
But just when it looked as though Chelsea would go on to get double figures, Indonesia forged an attack of their own with Greg bursting down the right wing and delivering a teasing cut-back which Kalas could only send into his own net.
The goal appeared to steady Indonesia and they managed to see out the remaining 20 minutes without conceding as the humid conditions took their toll on both sides.
Lukaku missed a couple of great opportunities to get his hat-trick, Mega making a fine save from the Belgian’s header before the striker mistimed another leap late on when well placed.