The Liverpool goalkeeper had absolutely nothing to do.
The Arsenal man provided natural width from left-back and popped up with the assist for Spain's fifth goal.
Spain's captain for the afternoon had a comfortable first 45 minutes before being replaced by Jesus Navas during the interval.
Never tested defensively, a threat in the air at attacking set pieces.
Switched off a couple of times early on but the Chelsea full-back kept offering an outlet on the right side.
The Arsenal man forced Roche into a sharp save in the first-half. Typically classy on the ball after switching to a deeper role in the second-half.
Kept Spain ticking in central midfield in the first-half before dropping back to central defence in the second period. Never tested.
Scored Spain's second goal with a perfectly timed run and classy finish into the bottom corner and sealed the scoreline with the final strike late on. Played some lovely through balls to runners in behind the Tahiti defence.
Enjoyable game for the Chelsea playmaker, who set up Torres' opener and fired home a goal himself in the second-half with his weaker right foot.
Spain's all-time leading scorer took his international record up to 56 goals with a hat-trick. His first two were close-range finishes and his third a tap-in after a goalkeeping error. Also produced a fine assist for Silva's goal.
The Chelsea striker scored four goals with some excellent finishing in the penalty area - although he still missed from the penalty spot in the second half.
Poor effort to stop Torres' opener and a howler for the seventh - but you couldn't help but feel sorry for him as the goals rained in. A very sharp save to deny Cazorla in the first-half, and he had a great relationship with the crowd.
The centre-back got tight to the Spain strikers early on, but didn't have a clue where they were once the goals started coming.
The captain made some impressive last-ditch blocks and tackles but simply didn't have the pace, athleticism or awareness to deal with Spain's attacking play.
Solid in the opening stages and made some good interceptions, but struggled to handle Spain's movement once the game opened up.
Ran with enthusiasm and energy throughout the game as his side's lone striker - but could barely get a touch of the ball.
Did not look daunted by the occasion of the arena. Held a good position protecting the defence and his passing was fairly accurate.
Brilliant block with his body to divert Albiol's header away from goal in the first-half and worked hard throughout, despite his side being outclassed.
Another Tahiti player who couldn't keep up with Spain's sharpness but gave his all. Handled the ball for the Spain penalty.
Valiantly continued in his attempts to close down the Spain midfielders but appeared exhausted by the start of the second-half.
Brought the biggest roar of the afternoon with a powerful run in the first-half which ended in him being brought down 25 yards from goal. Looked sharp and produced some impressive touches - could go on to play at a higher level than the Tahitian first division.
Tahiti's only professional player produced some neat and tidy passes, especially in the first quarter of the game as the minnows did their best to keep Spain at bay.