QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo's Australia fell to a one-sided 4-0 defeat against Brazil in Melbourne.
Things got off to the worst possible start when Diego Souza capitalised on some disorganised defending from the Socceroos to score within 12 seconds.
It was one-way traffic for the majority of the match, as Brazil kept Australia penned in, giving Luongo and co little time to get on the ball to try and make things happen.
Despite the pressure, it took until the 60-minute mark for Brazil to add to their lead.
However Thiago Silva and Taison scored two in the space of 13 minutes to seal the victory, before Souza grabbed his second and Brazil's fourth in stoppage time.
Despite the defeat, QPR man Luongo couldn't be blamed for the result, as Brazil simply out-classed the Socceroos in a David vs Goliath contest.
The team as a whole struggled to cope with the talent at Brazil's disposal, but Luongo did well at times to hold onto the ball to ease the pressure on his side.
The focus for Luongo now turns to the Confederations Cup in Russia, where the 24-year-old will be looking to secure himself a starting spot in their opener against Germany.