Leicester City fell to their first defeat of pre-season following a 4-0 loss against Paris Saint-Germain in their 2016 International Champions Cup clash at StubHub Center in Los Angeles.
Having already seen off Inter Milan and Real Madrid during the pre-season, the Ligue 1 champions were dominant from almost the first whistle to the last at the StubHub Center.
Leicester responded well and Mahrez forced a brilliant save from PSG goalkeeper Alphonse Areola from a free-kick before Amartey headed wide after the keeper punched a corner out to him.
PSG grabbed their second late in the first-half on the counter as Nanitamo Jonathan Ikone doubled their advantage to make it 2-0.
The Foxes should have pulled a goal back as striker Leonardo Ulloa saw his shot saved and then Musa failed to convert from eight yards out with the PSG shot-stopper out of position.
Substitute Lucas Moura headed in a third for PSG to extend their lead in the 64th minute.
Leicester City midfielder Marc Albrighton should’ve gotten on the score sheet but failed to hit the target from a promising position after being played in by Demarai Gray.
However, Odsonne Edouard scored a fourth for PSG in the closing stages to claim a convincing victory over the English champions.