Last Updated: 20/07/13 12:32pm
The final whistle goes and Manchester United can celebrate their first victory under Moyes after crushing the A-League All Stars 5-1 in front of more than 80,000 fans in Sydney, There were two goals apiece for Lingard and Welbeck and a late effort by Van Persie, while Zaha also impressed on his first start.
Januzaj strikes the post from close range after some delightful build-up involving Zaha and Lingard.
Perhaps the only thing missing from United's performance has been a goal for Zaha, and the youngster fires narrowly wide following another fast break. He can be proud of the way he has played, though, as he has shown glimpses of the potential that makes him such an exciting signing.
GOAL! Van Persie gets in on the act to put the icing on the cake for United. He is released through the middle for the sort of chance he would usually take with his eyes closed, but on this occasion is initially kept out by Theo. The ball comes back to the Dutchman, though, and he lashes in a low finish from the edge of the area.
Januzaj has looked keen to impress since coming on as a substitute, covering a lot of ground and making some important tackles.
The All Stars make their final two changes, meaning all 20 of their players have had a run-out, as Chapman and Carrusco come on for Beauchamp and captain Emerton.
With United now cruising to victory the crowd are making their own entertainment, as a Mexican wave spreads around the stadium.
The All Stars mount a rare foray into United's territory but they cannot pick their way through a defence that has remained solid, barring that one slip-up, but has not been severely tested.
Evra hands the captain's armband over to Van Persie as he heads off to be replaced by Fabio at left-back.
Evra sees a poor cross from the left intercepted when there was a great chance for United's fifth, before Zaha's strong run is brought to a halt by Boogaard's well-timed challenge.
That proves to be Welbeck's final act of the night as he is replaced by Januzaj, while Anderson is brought on for Carrick.
GOAL! Welbeck joins Lingard on two gaols for the game as he gets in front of his marker to powerfully head home the corner high into the net.
Welbeck puts in a brilliant burst of speed to sprint clear of two defenders through the middle and skip round the goalkeeper, but this allows Boogaard the chance to recover his ground and he gets back to knock the striker's shot away from goal and behind for a corner.
As is often the case with friendlies, they can become disjointed after a series of changes, and at the moment the game has just gone a bit scrappy.
Moyes' nerves are quickly settled as Evra is able to continue, and his running does not seem to be affected.
There is some concern for United as Evra goes down in pain following a collision with Risdon. There was no malice there from either player but the United full-back landed awkwardly to pick up a knock and the physios come on to check him out.
The crowd rises to applaud as a host of changes are made, with Van Persie coming on for Giggs for United. For the All Stars, Grant and Bridge replace McGlinchey and Rose.
Rafael gets forward down the right and makes goalkeeper Theo work with a curling shot from 20 yards which requires a decent save.
There is an audible buzz around the ground as Van Persie gets his instructions down on the touchline and prepares to enter the fray.
United have an appeal for a penalty waved away after Zaha is sent tumbling in the box by a challenge from Beauchamp. It looks a clumsy tackle but on closer inspection of the replay he did appear to just get a touch of the ball.
GOAL! Lingard gets his second of the game to quickly restore United's two-goal advantage, and this one is an absolute belter. The youngster steps inside his defender before unleashing a powerful shot into the top corner from 15 yards.
Boogaard comes over and cynically stops a marauding Welbeck in his tracks with a shoulder barge. The referee begins to reach for his pocket but then remembers it is a friendly match and shows leniency.
GOAL!The All Stars reduce their arrears as Berisha is played in on the edge of the area and is given the chance to spin round and get a shot away which beats Lindegaard on his right-hand side and nestles in the bottom corner.
Keane has a chance to grab United's third from the corner but is unable to get his effort on target and the Al Stars breathe a sigh of relief.
Zaha shows good speed and skill to create room for himself in the box and deliver a low cross towards Welbeck, but it is turned behind for a corner.
United surrender possession far too easily at the back but the All Stars fail to capitalise as Broich's powerful shot from a narrow angle flies across goal and harmlessly wide of the far post.
United get the second half started and they be looking to keep up the intensity over the next 45 minutes and clinch victory. Surprisingly there only appears to have been one change for United, with Keane coming on for Ferdinand. The All Stars have made a triple change, replacing Covic with Theo in goal and bringing on Celeski and Risdon for Miller and Bojic.
The half-time whistle goes and United are in complete control at 2-0. Welbeck, who scored the second goal after Lingard's opener, loses a boot on the stroke of the interval and walks off gingerly, but it does not look to be a serious problem.
United carve out another opening but Welbeck is denied as his shot from a tight angle deflects off Covic and rolls agonisingly past the far post.
Zaha looks for a moment as if he has the chance to skip away from his defender on the halfway line and dart through on goal, but Boogaard reaches out a foot to get a vital nick on the ball.
The All Stars are desperate to give themselves a lifeline before half-time and they have a chance to pull one back as Berisha's shot is blocked by the outstretched leg of a diving Ferdinand, who is furious with the assistant referee for not giving an offside decision.
Welbeck has an opportunity to make it 3-0 to United as he skips round goalkeeper Covic, but Beauchamp does brilliantly to get back and slide in to prevent his shot from trickling over the line.
United launch a swift counter-attack and it is briefly 2 v 2 as Welbeck and Lingard link up to good effect, before the rest of the All Stars defence retreats and averts the danger.
The All Stars nearly play themselves into trouble as they pass it around at the back and lose possession, but they quickly regroup and there is no way through for United.
GOAL! Welbeck doubles United's lead with a neat low shot beyond the onrushing Covic from 12 yards after some intricate passing and a cushioned short final ball by Giggs. Welbeck timed his run perfectly to beat the offside trap and United are now firmly on course for victory.
Some patient build-up from United gradually pulls the All Stars defence out of position, but Giggs' final cross is just behind Welbeck and the home team survive.
United launch a long pass forward for Lingard to chase but Covic is alert to the situation and rushes quickly off his line, before shepherding the ball out of play for a goal-kick.
Welbeck has been full of running so far and earns another corner for United, which is this time well defended by the All Stars.
Evra gets forward well down the left but is tackled by Bojic, who then does well to ensure the ball goes out for a throw-in rather than a corner.
The All Stars are denied an equaliser following a slick attack as Lindegaard dives at full stretch to his left to turn away Bojic's well-directed poke at goal from 12 yards.
Welbeck's nice back-heel to Cleverley keeps a United attack moving but it eventually comes to an end as Lingard's shot in a crowded area is blocked.
United are pressing the All Stars well and forcing them into errors, and they win a corner as Covic fails to control a back-pass from Beauchamp that is far too heavy.
Goalkeeper Lindegaard is made to work for the first time as he comes off his line to neatly intercept a potentially dangerous right-wing cross from McGlinchey.
The All Stars enjoy a period of possession as they try to get a foothold in the game and pin United back inside their own half.
The All Stars look all at sea every time United win a corner and Evra could fill his boots if he gets his act together. Having already glanced a header wide a few minutes earlier, the French full-back now finds himself unmarked again but makes a mess of another chance as the ball ricochets off his shoulder more than his head and loops over from close range.
Zaha is certainly catching the eye with some of his touches in the early stages, as another nimble piece of footwork helps him glide past an opponent on the edge of the area.
United reassert their superiority with short spell of intense pressure as they win a free-kick just a foot or so outside the area, which comes to nothing, followed by another corner.
The All Stars have a chance to draw level almost immediately as Broich lets flywith a fizzing effort from 20 yards which goes narrowly off target.
GOAL! Lingard keeps his composure to fire United in front with cool low finish past Covic from the edge of the area after being found in oceans of space. It was a terrific dummy from Welbeck that set up the chance for Lingard, and United are looking impressive so far.
It is worth remembering that while United are building up for the new season, the A-League season does not start until October so their players are also lacking match fitness, and they are not used to playing together.
Covic is forced into action again as United continue to apply pressure, getting his angles right to deny Welbeck after a flowing attack. Evra has an opportunity from the corner but can only glance his header wide.
The All Stars struggle to deal with United's aerial threat and there is a half-chance for Jones at the back post, but Covic takes command to make a decent stop.
Rafael and Zaha combine nicely down the right wing before Carrick sees a cross charged down for a United corner, which gives the crowd the chance to show their appreciation to Giggs as he comes over to take the set-piece.
The All Stars win a corner which is only cleared as far as Bojic just outside the area, but his shot is wild and flies high into the stands.
It is a cool evening and that will come a major relief for United after the stifling conditions they endured in Bangkok, as they aim to build fitness and gain some confidence ahead of the new Premier league campaign.
Zaha instantly gets into the action with a tackle on Rose, followed by a neat piece of skill in midfield, as United look to get into their stride quickly.
The All Stars kick us off in Sydney and the sell-out crowd are anticipating a great night of football. Both sides will be keen to put on a show for the fans.
There has just been a delay of a couple of minutes here but the players are now lining up in the tunnel and about to come out to a rapturous reception.
There is a staggering crowd at the ANZ Stadium for this pre-season match, with more than 80,000 packed in to see Manchester United. It promises to be a fascinating game as Moyes continues to cast his eye over the Red Devils squad, and the likes of Zaha and Jesse Lingard will be desperate to shine after being handed the opportunity to start.
Moyes has made six changes to his United side from the match against the Singha All Stars, with the headline news being that Wilfried Zaha is given a first start following his switch from Crystal Palace. For the A-League All Stars, all ten of Australia's top-flight sides are represented in a squad of 20, with familiar faces including Brett Emerton and former United midfielder Liam Miller.
Man Utd: Lindegaard, Rafael Da Silva, Ferdinand, Jones, Evra, Zaha, Carrick, Cleverley, Lingard, Giggs, Welbeck. Subs: De Gea, Anderson, van Persie, Fabio Da Silva, Keane, Januzaj.
A-League All Stars: Covic, Beauchamp, Boogaard, Topor-Stanley, Rose, Bojic, Emerton, Miller, McGlinchey, Broich, Berisha. Subs: Theoklitos, Ifill, Risdon, Williams, Grant, Chapman, Carrusca, Bridge, Celeski.
Amid all the transfer speculation, Manchester United have a title defence to prepare for and there is sure to be a thrilling atmosphere for their latest game against the A-League All Stars in Australia. Get in touch with your views and predictions at Lewis.Rutledge@bskyb.com, or via Twitter @SkySportsLewis. What are you hoping to see from United today and for which players is it is particularly important to make an impression?
United's pre-season so far has been overshadowed by ongoing speculation about the future of Wayne Rooney, who had to leave the tour early to receive treatment back in England on a hamstring problem. Moyes has reiterated, and reiterated several times, that the striker is not for sale, but he is a target for Chelsea and a bid has been rejected. United, meanwhile, are trying to add to their squad and Moyes has revealed that a new midfielder is the priority after being linked with Barcelona's Cesc Fabregas.