Kylian Mbappe scored twice as Paris Saint-Germain cruised to a 3-0 win over Feignies-Aulnoye in their Coupe de France round-of-64 clash
PSG never looked in danger of suffering an upset against its fifth-tier opponent, and they went 2-0 up after 30 minutes through penalties from Mbappe and Mauro Icardi.
Former Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos was withdrawn at the interval on just his second appearance for the Parisians, perhaps not the best sign as he continues his recovery from injury, before Mbappe added a third goal early in the second period.
The Ligue 1 leader, which has lifted the trophy in six of the last seven seasons, continued to create chances but ultimately fell short of adding gloss to the scoreline.
PSG went ahead in the 16th minute through Mbappe's penalty after the France international had been brought down inside the area by Ibrahima Diedhiou.
Icardi, who had earlier seen an effort ruled out for offside, inexplicably struck the post from close range midway through the first half, although he made amends on the half-hour mark, stroking home from the spot after Mbappe had been fouled by Gary Gerard Marigard.
Mbappe blazed wide when clean through as PSG failed to add to its tally before the interval, despite taking a whopping 20 shots in the first half.
The 22 year-old grabbed his second in the 51st minute, slotting home Colin Dagba's cut-back from the right.
PSG teenager Ismael Gharbi was denied a first professional goal by substitute goalkeeper Jordan Fernand inside the final 20 minutes as PSG booked its place in the next round with the minimum of fuss.