Easy does it: Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny tipping over a long range attempt by the Malaysian XI. Just in time: Malaysian defender Mahali Jasuli making a clearance right in front of the goal mouth. Spot check: An event assistant (centre) checking on spectators who did not observe their seat number. To the rescue: Mahali Jasuli once again playing the fireman's role, this time cutting out Arsenal midfielder Alexandre Song. Speedy customer: K. Gunalan ensured that Arsenal's Finnish defender Carl Jenkinson had a busy night with his darting runs down the left flank. Much awaited moment: A triple substitution to bring in Andrei Arshavin, Samir Nasri and Bacary Sagna. Sombre: The look on one of the Malaysian supporter says it all on the home team's performance. Break time: The crowds standing up at the half-time whistle. All out defence: Five Malaysian players needed to guard Nasri? Text book lesson: While all five Malaysian defenders were keeping an eye on Arshavin, Tomas Rosicky (second right) closed in unmarked. Despite the attention by Malaysain defenders, the ball was crossed in to met with a header from Rosicky for a goal. On to China: The next stop of Arsenal's money spinning tour where the team will play a match close to the city of Hangzhou. Overkill: A fan snapping pictures using an Ipad 2. Malaysia's world famous Federal Reserve Unit troopers or ‘red heads’ doing their rounds. Enough said. Finding the silver lining: Let's hope the lesson learned will prepare Malaysia for the Olympic qualifier against neighbouring Singapore. Tablet madness: Samsung Galaxy Tab or HTC Flyer? Fans staying behind for photo opportunities long after the players had walked back to the dressing room. Zealous bunch: The night is still early for a large group of fans drumming and humming to patriotic songs outside the stadium.