Eagles skipper Mile Jedinak continued his fine form for Australia in 2014/15 as he netted a first minute free-kick in their 2-1 friendly win against Kyrgyzstan.
The Socceroos captain scored his fourth goal for his country in the past 12 months as they easily beat the Central Asian side in Bishkek, which was his 10th goal on his 60th appearance for his country, which saw him complete the 90 minutes.
After Jedinak's early opener - a free-kick from 25 yards out - Tommy Oar added a second which proved crucial as Almazbek Mirzaliev scored in injury time to reduce the deficit.
However the Aussies who finished a successful season with a win, which saw them win their first Asian Cup in January.
It has also been a great season in the gold shirt for Jedinak who became Palace's first ever World Cup goalscorer last June before scoring against world champions Germany in a friendly in September, and also scored in their Asian Cup opener against Kuwait to go alongside his five goals for the Eagles this term.