Robbie Keane marked his record-equalling 125th appearance for Republic of Ireland with a double in a 4-0 win over 10-man Georgia.
The 32-year-old climbed off the bench to draw level with goalkeeper
Keane claimed his 55th international goal from point-blank range with 13 minutes of the game remaining and then took his tally to 56 three minutes from time to seal a comfortable victory with the Georgians labouring after keeper
Derby County defender
In the lowest of low-key friendlies, manager Giovanni Trapattoni will have been pleased with the efforts of his under-studies with midfielder
There was even a 25-minute cameo from experienced defender
Given that the game was being played on 2
His team started in accordingly slow fashion, but having worked its way into the game, took control early on and never looked like surrendering it.
It was aided and abetted in no small part by the premature departure of Loria, who trudged off the pitch with just 20 minutes gone after racing from his goal and upending strike
Loria had earlier kept the visitor in it with a fine save from skipper-for-the-day Long, who showed an impressive burst of pace to leave central defender Akaki Khubutia in his wake, only to be denied by a solid block.
Wilson demonstrated his return to fitness after a persistent hamstring injury by blasting two long-range efforts just off target, but it was McClean who almost broke the deadlock with 23 minutes gone.
The Sunderland winger took charge of the free-kick awarded for Loria's misdemeanour and curled the ball towards the top corner.
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Long drilled a stinging half-volley inches wide two minutes later as the 10 men tried desperately to regroup, a feat it managed to achieve briefly to frustrate its host.
But its resistance was finally broken three minutes before the break after Khubutia was penalised for a foul on Long wide on the right.
McClean curled the resulting free-kick into the box and Keogh climbed highest to send a downward header past Migineishvili and into the net.
Trapattoni sent on Keane at the break, but it was Cox who made an impact within three minutes of the restart when, having been moved to the right wing to accommodate the LA Galaxy frontman, he turned up in the right place at the right time to side-foot home McClean's driven cross.
McClean, who has endured an indifferent season with the Black Cats, was a constant threat as he repeatedly ran at fullback
But it was Hoolahan, making a rare start for his country, who split the Georgian defence wide open with 58 minutes gone as he slid Long in, but the striker was once again denied, this time by Migineishvili.
Hoolahan might have added his own name with the scoresheet on the hour when he got his head to Wilson's left-wing free-kick, but he glanced his effort harmlessly wide.
Cox smashed a 64th-minute volley across the goal after controlling Wilson's inviting cross on his chest, but the groans of disappointment turned to cheers within seconds when Dunne made his entrance.
Keane eventually got in on the act with 13 minutes remaining when substitute