Jadon Sancho, Fred and Anthony Martial were all on target as Manchester United raced into a 3-0 halftime lead against Liverpool in Bangkok.
Sancho's goal came against the flow of play after Issac Mabaya, a young Liverpool full-back, failed to clear, and Fred scored with 30 minutes still on the clock with a beautiful chip.
Fred and Anthony Martial scored either side of the first round of wholesale changes as Jurgen Klopp kept his word to choose a different outfield 10 for each half of the game.
With a magnificent goal, one half of United's much-maligned midfield partnership stole the show, but McTominay also left his mark, which was rather unpleasant for a few Liverpool players.
United is now escaping with it. Tsimikas causes difficulties for Rhys Williams, a fellow substitute. He makes a complete mess of everything, and Martial charges in to calmly finish.
United supporters received their first glimpse of their new manager and his squad, who, to be honest, lacked any significant additions and kept their configuration from last season.
Fred and Anthony Martial scored either side of the first set as Jurgen Klopp kept his promise to use a different outfield 10 for each half of the game.
At the other end, South American magic happened when Fred picked up a loose ball on the boundary of the D and then executed a finish that left Alisson stranded.
a target that will undoubtedly come up during Brazil's next gathering. Martial then pushed defensive stand-in Rhys Williams out of the shot for a certain finish.