Christopher Long, Peter Hartley and Jake Carroll all scored as Motherwell ended their 2019 trip to Northern Ireland with a 3-0 victory over Linfield.
Stephen Robinson again made full use of his travelling party, giving minutes to the majority of the squad across the match at Windsor Park.
Both teams felt their way into the match before the visitors took control, with their deserved opener coming on the half hour mark.
Good pressing led to a Linfield defender misjudging the weight of his back pass, allowing Long to run in on goal.
Taking time to round the goalkeeper and pick his spot, the forward stroked the ball home to open the scoring.
A raft of half-time changes then led to two substitutes getting on the scoresheet.
Hartley was the first, heading home at the near post with two minutes on the second half clock. Liam Polworth’s free kick from the byline was powered home by the captain.
Then, with 65 minutes gone, Carroll got in on the act with a brilliant free kick which he curled over the wall from 20 yards and into the top corner.
Next up for Motherwell is a trip to Gretna on Tuesday night.