Germany continued their excellent international form with a 3-1 success over Switzerland.
Last summer's World Cup semi-finalists started confidently with recalled striker Kevin Kuranyi opening the scoring just eight minutes in.
Germany were deprived of the likes of Miroslav Klose and Lukas Podolski, but their absence gave Mario Gomez a chance and he netted on his debut on the half hour mark.
Clemens Fritz delivered the ball in the box and Gomez was well placed to head home past Swiss goalkeeper Diego Benaglio to double the home side's advantage.
Germany and Chelsea suffered a scare on the stroke of half-time when Michael Ballack was forced out of the game with a thigh strain.
Joachim Low's side continued to attack after the break and Torsten Frings wrapped up the success with a fine right-footed free-kick on 66 minutes.
Switzerland did give their travelling fans something to cheer when substitute Marco Streller scored shortly after coming on, but it proved nothing more than a consolation.