The 3-0 scoreline wasn't harsh on Manchester City, but you do feel some sympathies for Willy Caballero.
Manuel Pellegrini gave the new Citizens shot-stopper a chance to shine in lieu of Joe Hart on Sunday, but his porous defensive line exposed him too early, too often.
He had absolutely no chance for Olivier Giroud's wonder goal either.
Neil Ashton of the Daily Mail reports that Pellegrini is still to decide if Caballero or Hart will play in the Premier League opener against Newcastle next weekend.
The City manager is quoted as saying: "All 22 players we have in our squad must demonstrate who is No. 1 in all positions. Joe finished last season playing well. We will see next Sunday who starts at Newcastle."
In the same article, Ashton notes Hart's form: "In a head-to-head, Hart has won two Premier League titles with City and is the established first-choice England keeper (not that that says very much)."
And Caballero’s: "At 32, Caballero’s last big trophy win was the Copa Libertadores with Boca Juniors in 2003. He was so far off the radar of Argentina coach Alex Sabella he didn’t even make their World Cup squad."