Hibernian winger Martin Boyle scored twice on his full Australia debut as Tim Cahill signed off on his international career.
Aberdeen-born Boyle hit two first-half goals and set up the third in a 3-0 friendly victory over Lebanon at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney.
The 25-year-old had been heavily involved in the equaliser after coming off the bench for his debut against South Korea days earlier, and he forced a good save from the Lebanon goalkeeper before opening the scoring with a powerful, deflected strike in the 19th minute.
The former Montrose and Dundee player - whose father was born in Australia - then showed good reactions to net a rebound after a corner just before the break.
Boyle’s cross then set up Matthew Leckie to volley home before former Millwall and Everton forward Cahill, 38, came on to a hero’s reception for his 108th and final cap, but he could not add to his 50 international goals.